When Carleton College wanted to enhance their patio areas for their students and faculty, they made the easy decision to partner with Max-R and our newly-acquired outdoor furniture lineup from Sister Bay Furniture. Best of all, they were able to coordinate with their existing Max-R receptacles.
As the first zero-landfill stadium in Major League Soccer, Subaru Park and Philadelphia Union employed Max-R bins to help drive their zero-landfill goals.
When Kroenke Sports & Entertainment partnered with Ball Corporation as their Official and Exclusive Sustainability Partner, they announced the ambitious goal of transiting Ball Arena to aluminum beverage packaging for 100% of the venue’s concessions. To engage fans and create an efficient means of collection, Ball Arena came to Max-R to design the venue’s new waste and recycle stations.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium had the lofty goal to become the most sustainable sports venue in the world. The beautiful, uniquely designed stadium was scheduled to open in August 2017. Prior to their opening, the Mercedes-Benz team came to Max-R to partner together on a bin design that supported all of their sustainability and recycling initiatives.
City of Austin
When the City of Austin was looking to overhaul their waste & recycle bins, they turned to Max-R to create a cohesive, durable system throughout the city. We partnered with them to replace all of their concrete, rusted steel, and mismatched containers with our maintenance-free, recycled plastic round waste & recycle stations.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
We worked with the University of Wisconsin-Madison to help them address an underutilized space on their campus. The outdoor area of UW’s Union South serves as a multi-purpose gathering space for students, faculty, and the community.
University of Alberta
The University of Alberta was drawn to working with Max-R because of their ability to customize the bin. It was important to them that the color be throughout the entire waste stream, not just on a door or graphic. They needed a coordinated solution that housed rolling carts for large volume collection in residential dining and smaller capacity supporting bins.
Max-R worked with the Chicago Cubs to help them furnish some new renovations to their Left Field Porch. As part of their 1060 Project, the organization is committed to making investments to Wrigley Field and the surrounding neighborhood to “improve the guest experience and keep millions of Cubs fans coming back to Wrigley Field every year.”
The San Diego Padres came to Max-R with the desire to upgrade their concourse and outdoor recycling bins. To align their bins with their organization and its recycling program, the San Diego Padres took advantage of our logo application option.
US Bank Stadium
Max-R partnered with the newly constructed US Bank Stadium to outfit their entire facility with waste and recycle bins.
Orange County Convention Center
Max-R worked closely with the Orange County Convention Center’s design team, facilities maintenance director and operations team to create a bin that would promote awareness of their off-site recycling efforts.
American Family partnered with Max-R initially at their Madison location and our bins have now become the standard, even expanding to other facilities with additional headerboard features and furniture after seeing great success. American Family also purchased furniture from Sister Bay Furniture – Max-R’s sister company – because of the sustainability focus.
As Capital One was looking to implement their environmental sustainability initiatives, they came to Max-R to outfit their corporate offices with updated waste and recycle bins.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Max-R first partnered with Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 2015 to design bins for the entire venue grounds. Red Rocks wanted to incorporate new compost streams into their existing waste and recycling program, along with including their brand standards in the designs.
Max-R first partnered with Bates College in 2015 to design bins for the campus food service areas. After receiving their initial order, Bates College reached out with a unique need. They wanted a waste and recycle bin that had a funnel to help collect liquids.