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First Zero Landfill Major League Soccer Stadium
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.
After meeting with the team at Subaru Park and learning about their zero-landfill goals, the Max-R team started creating several concepts to support Subaru Park’s initiatives
In order to support the zero-landfill initiatives, clear and consistent graphics needed to play a key part
in the design of Subaru Park’s recycle, compost, waste-to-energy bins.
The design team at Max-R created several concepts for the Subaru Park and the Philadelphia Union team to review and approve. Clear and consistent labels to identify what items belong
in each stream, along with messaging to support the stadium’s initiatives, were critical to the success of the new bins and zero-landfill goals.
Subaru Park deployed their new Max-R recycle, compost, waste-to-energy containers at key locations throughout the park. According to Subaru Park:
“These new, modern front-of-house three-stream waste containers will help patrons properly dispose of their waste from any event at Subaru Park. To ensure that the containers are being used properly, Subaru will provide ambassadors to help educate fans with waste disposal and share Subaru Zero Landfill project best practices. Once the waste is collected in the Max-R containers, the Union will be assisted in the waste removal process with the help of Spectra, Recycle Track Systems, Inc. (RTS), and Covanta Environmental Solutions.”
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