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The American football team Philadelphia Eagles (“Philadelphia eagles”) presented a solution to the problem of garbage for their “home” stadium Lincoln Financial Field. The territory will be equipped with containers in which will occur the aerobic decomposition of food waste. The players hope that this will help to cope with the avalanche of debris during major matches and other events, the magazine writes Environmental Leader.

The first such container, developed by BioHiTechGlobal, appeared at the training base of the team in September 2016. It is possible to prevent contact with landfill 9 tonnes of food waste. Per day the device is capable of processing 2,400 lbs (over 1 ton) of waste; most of the work done by bacteria, which wastes serve as nutrient base. Solid residues after aerobic decomposition is not, and a liquid harmless to the environment, discharged into the sewer .

Philadelphia Eagles parties to large-scale Go Green program, which works since the opening of Lincoln FInancial Field in 2003. It includes waste management, water conservation, clean energy production, restoration of the forest. During the year its author – BioHiTechGlobal almost 100% into 850 tons of waste, including generating energy from it.

However, the stadium Lincoln Financial Field wasn’t the only sports that use environmentally friendly technologies. So, planted roofs, biological treatment systems and infiltration basins will allow the new Audi stadium Field in Washington annually to collect more than 1500 cubic meters of rainwater. In addition, the domed stadium will be installed solar collector capacity of 884 kW and energy-saving and water-saving technologies will be applied throughout the territory.

Arena giant Levi’s in San Francisco, designed for 68 500 seats and covering more than 171 thousand sq. m, built from recycled materials and has an innovative system to drain the rainwater. Due to the filtration cover Parking, water does not linger on her, and leaks in the underground pipeline system is cleaned by microorganisms and further used for watering plants on the territory adjacent to the stadium.

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