Recycling Drive

LA Kings Team up With Coca-Cola and STAPLES Center for Earth Month Recycling Drive

Kings to restore 6,000,000 gallons of water in California & provide fans a chance to win two LA Kings playoff tickets for recycling cans and bottles at STAPLES Center before last home game
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AEG’s LA Kings are partnering with Coca-Cola and STAPLES Center to restore double the amount of water used at STAPLES Center during Earth Month.

During a typical April at STAPLES Center, nearly three million gallons of water are used. With the help of Coke and STAPLES Center, the LA Kings will restore double that amount to critically dewatered ecosystems in California.

Recycling Drive @ Hangout Fest for Tornado Victims

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Waste Management's Greenopolis is down in Gulf Shores, Alabama for Day 2 of Hangout Fest to benefit Alabama's tornado victims. It's just about to begin. Right behind Melissa McGinnis are the volunteers for the Greenopolis Drive including Shauna, Greenopolis volunteer extraordinaire. Shauna said it's about helping to relieve the suffering of tornado victims in Alabama. What's going on is that together, Hangout Fest attendees and volunteersmare going to recycle so much that they'll earn 1 million points throughout the whole festival, and when they reach that goal, Waste Management is going to donate 10,000 dollars to the fund. $10,000 for recycling at the Hangout Fest! To get this done, Greenopolis got the team to make it happen. Greenopolis will update you on the progress and if you want to be a part of this drive, leave a comment below, on Twitter, Facebook or at the http://www.greenopolis.com homepage and Greenopolis will contribute a hundred points per blog, per comment to this fund.

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Waste Management's Greenopolis is down in Gulf Shores, Alabama for Day 2 of Hangout Fest to benefit Alabama's tornado victims. It's just about to begin. Right behind Melissa McGinnis are the volunteers for the Greenopolis Drive including Shauna, Greenopolis volunteer extraordinaire. Shauna said it's about helping to relieve the suffering of tornado victims in Alabama. What's going on is that together, Hangout Fest attendees and volunteersmare going to recycle so much that they'll earn 1 million points throughout the whole festival, and when they reach that goal, Waste Management is going to donate 10,000 dollars to the fund. $10,000 for recycling at the Hangout Fest! To get this done, Greenopolis got the team to make it happen. Greenopolis will update you on the progress and if you want to be a part of this drive, leave a comment below, on Twitter, Facebook or at the http://www.greenopolis.com homepage and Greenopolis will contribute a hundred points per blog, per comment to this fund.

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