Glad Products Company to help improve recycling rates at NCAA games this fall
Glad will be providing a series of grants to colleges and universities that are members of the AASHE, and this will be used to improve public education campaigns, increase recycling receptacles at the stadiums and put a focus on the waste that is produced while tailgating. This initiative continues the environmental work that Glad has done with Keep America Beautiful (KAB) and other sustainable organizations that strive to make a green impact in their communities.
"We know that waste reduction isn't a problem that can be solved overnight, and we're committed to supporting new waste diversion efforts and educating consumers on small steps they can take against waste that make a lasting impact," Cheryl Hagedorn, brand manager for The Glad Products Company, told the news source.
To showcase its commitment to sustainability, The Glad Products Company will be on-hand for the October 29 home game for University of Southern California to showcase waste reduction and diversion techniques to tailgaters. Close to 80,000 fans are expected to attend the game, which provides the ideal opportunity to make an impact to help fans become a bit more green on game day and in the years to come.