Football’s ‘mini cities’ offer prime green testing ground – EURACTIV.com

June 25, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Stadiums are a great environment in which to trial sustainability measures because of the number of people who regularly attend sporting and entertainment events, according to those involved in their day-to-day running.

Plastic-free football matches, ample bike-parking facilities, clean energy and water-recycling systems are just some of the environmental ideas football grounds around Europe are looking to roll out.



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