Greening The Gridiron

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  • 1. PERCs Mission AUDIOSPONSORSDial-in Number:PERC enables 270-696-1555Pennsylvanias colleges Access Code:and universities to share 1093687#knowledge and take actiontowards a sustainablefuture. 1

2. Meet the hosts . .hosts.Erik Foley yPresident, PERCDirector, CampusSustainabilityPenn State UniversityJosh HooperExecutive Director,DirectorPennsylvania EnvironmentalResource Consortium 2 3. 3 4. 4 5. 5 6. Webinar Agenda:Welcome W lPERC NewsScott Jenkins Seattle Mariners Jenkins,Dave Newport, University of Colorado at BoulderQ & A Q 6 7. Scott JenkinsSeattle Mariners, VP of Ball Park Operations 7 8. Dave NewportDirector of Environmental Center atUniversity of Colorado at Boulder8 9. Webinar Agenda:Welcome W lPERC NewsScott Jenkins Seattle Mariners Jenkins,Dave Newport, University of Colorado at BoulderQ & A Q 9 10. Scott JenkinsSeattle Mariners, VP of Ball Park Operations 10 11. Pennsylvania Environmental ResourceConsortiumScott JenkinsVice President Ballpark Operations Seattle MarinersMarch 10, 2011 12. Opportunities Trajectory of Green Develop Culture of Conservation Brand Value Bottom Line Savings Metrics Recycling, highly visible touch point Influence Supply Chain, procurement Transportation, key GHG issue p, y 13. Brand Value Four Seasons Hotel, Maui 14. # of Employees Working a GameOperations Booth3Engineering 4Medical 6Grounds crew 14Scoreboard Crew, A/V 16Parking30Housekeeping 40Ticketing40Security 59Fielders 69Merchandising90Police-Traffic Traffic 20-Ballpark26Event Staff-Wardrobe distribution5-Guest Service Guest 12-Elevator/Escalator31-Gate Hosts46-Premium Seating 90-Seating Hostsg 124Concessions1140 TOTAL: 1,858 15. Green Is Good Business Cost Savings Brand Value Corporate Social Responsibility T j tTrajectory of GreenfG Employee Morale Can We Afford Not To 16. Carbon Impact of a Game2010EarthDayGame CarbonOffsets100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10MetricTonsofCO20Hotell Garbage b NatGas Umpire Electricity FanMilesll Visiting Travel Team Travel 17. Bottom Line Opportunities Brand Value Utility Savings Waste Removal Costs 18. Default to Recycling 19. AnnualDiversionRate Annual Diversion Rate80 7070%60504038 3831%30 25 %20 1818% 12%10%0 2005 2006 20072008 2009 2010 2010 Diversion Cost Savings = $72,000 20. Recycling Rate = 81.9% CompostCompost 123.75123.75 Garbage 46.92 Cardboard/Paper35.33 Comingled(glass,plastic,metalcontainers) 22.09 PET(water,soda,beerbottles) PET (water soda beer bottles) 16.9516 95 ConstructionDebris 14.43TotalWaste=259.47Tons R l bl212 55 T 21. Coaching and Quality Control g y 22. Nightly Housekeeping ReportStand#Stand #StandName Stand NameCOMINGLEOK COMINGLEBAD COMINGLE OK COMINGLE BAD FOODOKFOOD OK FOODBADFOOD BAD GARBAGEOK GARBAGE OK GARBAGEBADGARBAGE BAD117 Ivars Seafood/Dixiebbq 3 2412 1126RollingRoof 2 1402 0132The Natural0 0000 0132AuntieAnne0 1100 1132TortillaJunction2 0212 0132Shiskaberrys 1 0100 0133 ThaiGinger 1 1102 0133TheGroundsCrew 0 1100 0135CheeseSteak3 2221 1141 HighCheesePizza 1 2301 1148KidValley 2 1201 1190RollingRoof 1 1200 0105RollingRoof 1 1410 2106KidValley 0 2031 1110 GarlicJims 2 0100 0212 BasesLoadedB L d d 1 1101 0214 Thegroundscrew1 0101 0216Bistro 1 0101 0219 Broiler 1 1101 0223RollingRoof 1 0101 0barsandwinebarbars and wine bar 3 0205 1 233 Espresso 1 0101 0 240Carvery 1 1202 0 244 RollingRoof 1 0101 0 247 beerexpress 1 0001 0 249 SoundSeafood Sound Seafood1 1111 1 SummaryTotal 3219 409 2810SuccessRate 62.7% SuccessRate 81.6%SuccessRate 73.7%%ofTotalWaste %ofTotalWaste%ofTotalWaste 36.96% 81.63%73.68% 23. LED Lighting Retrofits Suite Corridor Suites Team StoreTeam 24. Safeco Field Electrical Savings14,000,00012,000,00010,000,000 8,000,000 8 000 000Kwhh 6,000,000 4,000,000 2,000,000 0 20052006 20072008 2009 2010* 2011*Total Annual Electrical Use (kwh)Percent Savings fromYearBallpark Garage Total2006200512,542,128610,450 13,152,578200612,577,540617,210 13,194,750200711,103,127591,870 11,694,997 11.37%200810,863,485585,190 11,448,675 13.23%200910,436,035539,090 10,975,125 16.82%2010*9,657,137421,290 10,078,427 23.62%2011*8,985,733235,6009,221,333 30.11% *=estimated 25. Safeco Field Natural Gas Savings 350,000 300,000 250,000ms 200,000 200 000therm 150,000 100,000 50,000 50 0000 2005 2006 20072008 2009 2010* 2011* Total Annual Natural Gas Use (therms)PercentSavings from YearTotal2006 2005285,689 2006305,553 305 553 2007194,57436.32% 2008206,92932.28% 2009170,65144.15% 2010* 136,54355.31% 2011* 102,436 102 43666.48%66 48% *=estimated 26. Low-Flow Urinals: Reduce water use from 128 oz. to 16 oz. 27. Reduce Paper Use Press Box, 2000 copies/game, $5,000/yr Double Sided Copies, $1,500/yr Eliminate Reusable Cup Use $1 000/yr Use, $1,000/yr 28. 10 Ways To Get Started1. Get Support From Leadership - Form a Green Team2. Conserve Energy: Join EPAs Energy Star Program EPA s3. Increase Recycling: Join EPAs Waste Wise Program4.4 Reduce Water Use: Install Waterless Urinals AeratorsUrinals,5. Reduce Paper Use: Store Electronically, Double Sided Copies6. Adopt Green Cleaning Practices7. Green Supply Chain: Post-Consumer Recycled Paper Fiber8. Promote Public Transit and Car Pooling9. Buy or Produce Renewable Energy10. Raise Public Awareness & Promote Sustainability 29. Take Strategic Approach Money talks Low hanging fruit If you don t measure it you cant manage it dont it,can t League wide initiatives Establish th i ht ltE t bli h the right culture Leverage visibility of team Legislative change and public policy 30. GreenSportsAlliance.org 31. Pennsylvania Environmental ResourceConsortiumScott JenkinsVice President Ballpark Operations Seattle Mariners THANK YOU! 32. Dave NewportDirector of Environmental Center atUniversity of Colorado at Boulder38 33. Colorados Zero Waste Football Program Or Ralphies Green Stampede 34. 2010 A hl i D Athletic DepartmentSustainability Survey Results- Survey conducted in May, 2010 byProGreenSports- 73 out of 119 Football Bowl Subdivision(Division 1) schools participated in survey- Accuracy: +/- 6.1%- Full sustainability survey results includeover 90 questions- available for free atProGreenSports.com 35. Over 77% of schools say that campus-wide environmental initiativesare a High or Very High priority. HighVery High 36. Only 53% of athletic departments say that environmental initiatives area High or Very High priority. HighVery High 37. About 1 in 3 athletic departments have developed or are consideringdeveloping a sustainability plan with short and long term objectives 38. Over 80% of athletic departments expect the emphasis on p ppenvironmental programs to increase in the future. 39. When it comes to environmental programs, the biggest concernfor key decision makers in the athletic department is unclearreturn on investment. 40. Sustainability Practices NCAA Athletic Departments vs. Pro Sports Teams vs2009Survey Question/Sustainability Initiative 2010 NCAAProAthletic TeamsDeptHas formed or is firmly planning to form agreen team. 38.1%Has de eloped or is firmly planning todevelopedfirmldevelop a strategic plan with short- and long-36.1%term goals.Key decision-makers think environmentalprograms will have a positive effect on 16.7%bottom line.Key decision-makers think environmentalprograms will have a positive effect on fan 43.8%43 8%loyalty. 41. A partnership between Facilities Management,the Environmental Center, & Athletics the Center Athletics. 42. Folsom Field stats First BCS stadium to convert to zero waste,remove all public t h cans, eliminate non- ll bli trash li i tcompostable or non-recyclable materials. 199% i increase i diin diverted material --2007 todi l 20072008 30%* reduction in overall waste generation(including tailgate lots). > 80% stadium diversion rate Extended to all athletics events in 2009 43. Game Day Operations Inside Security Gates (13 Zero WasteStations) Stadium seats Concessions Outside Perimeter(Recycling/trash only) Vendor stands & carts All tailgate lots All kitchens Alumni & other tents Clubs & Suites Procession trash Field housecans Fl tiFlatirons Cl bClub Team House Press boxes Restrooms 44. The trends GREASE COMPOST RECYCLING LANDFILL 45. ExpensesThe bucksZW programRecycling onlyQuantity Unit rate ongoing costs one time costs Quant Unit rateOngoing costs One time costsstudent labor 539$10 $6,092 $0Meals 308 $5 $1,540 $1 540 $0consumables$3,248 $1,500Food packaging $7,000 $5,000labels/grade sheets $1,611$0Containers$5,000$0Management labor-Flabor F 216 $51 $11,00078$51$3,978Management labor-E 30$105$2,580 $0Grease disposal 2$0$0 2 $0$0Landfill fees 9 $30$27061$30$1,830Compost fees 15 $27$405 $0Total Expenses p$ ,$32,134 $ ,$6,611 $ , $12,308RevenuesRevenues RevenuesRecycling sales15$80 $1,20014$80$1,120Sponsorship: Whitewave$40,000 $0Sponsorship: Toyota $10,000$10 000 $0Total Revenues$51,200 $1,120Net revenue/(costs)$19,066 ($6,611)($11,188) Additional 825 hours of volunteers coordinated by Environmental Center. Does not include ongoing energy efficiency programs. 46. Thank you! 47. Question & Answer Session 68