Eco-friendly actress (and mom) Ali Larter worked with GLAD to help University of Southern California (USC) tailgaters take steps to better the environment at the USC home football against Stanford on 10/29 at a location near the LA Coliseum.
Ali Larter with the GLAD Recycle Bins
Larter spoke to a group of high school students interested in learning how to work on wasting less and recycling more.
The point of the event was Glad’s One Bag initiative– which the goal was to have each tail gate party recycle as much waste as possible and reduce the amount of stuff being sent to the landfill.
This event was a huge success! Ali Larter and the Glad team threw a great One Bag tailgate- literally sending only one bag to the landfill with the rest being diverted to recycling and compost.
Photo op for a group that had their stuff ready to recycle.
For interested college and high school students around the country, students can enter a grant program at gladtowasteless.com for a chance to win more than $250,000 to help “green” their schools.
You can also find more info about Glad’s One Bag initiative and download tips and tools for how to throw a One Bag party at home here. http://www.glad.com/waste-less/one-bag/
Let’s get smart and go green. Check out the Glad One Bag Initiative and see what YOU can do!
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