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The Cincinnati Reds have gone green in their clubhouse. Find out how the Great American Ballpark has stepped up its efforts to help the environment.
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There is. One of the leading teams in Major League Baseball and precisely initiatives. Vice president of ballpark operations deck when Mueller came to the reds nine years ago. Has -- ownership group took over in 2006. Bullet was -- Directed from his new ball spot as the lady who borrowed a principal he used before to build his -- his business. Together -- -- it's. That was his comment to me and ask him bend about what -- we -- here for sustainability. Fast and also be good -- Dad if you live in the environment in the. And then things have changed reds franchise which has such a -- as. Now has a very breed future we'll do our best to recycle all of our grass clippings they'll -- -- of them sort of field. And -- -- picks the way in the compost them. So we can we recycle -- from the grasp on the field. Concession area. It's old recycled cooking oil and taken away. The filed with the new multimillion dollar video board with a -- start of thoughts but it's more energy admission -- the red. For that will be operating cost of the old board which used on the incandescent lamps you don't. Necessarily just have to look at those big motors but say hey let me go attack -- lead receiver to reduce energy. Small exit lights that are burned when he worse today are the ones that say hey you know he's been. Because they're just today is about fifty Watson sorry. We -- it -- to really deal that takes up backpack full one. But about those bolts in slightly harder to reach places. We scaled the stadium lights the ballpark to check them out that it may. I get on for dear life they get one run it's not. -- efficient ball. So you can definitely say. From 600 VW light tower in left center field. Going down mentally climax this Cincinnati Reds. The only. Look at the threshold where we know we -- lose -- dignity. Chris Dickerson -- heads -- recycling efforts in the clubhouse is a business and wed night we played green dot or supported by does. Professional athletes. Market green initiatives that amateur college and professional teams. What's going to happen in the future is this basically -- -- inevitable but we can manage that if we all make guys chase for the not long ago Dusty Baker built the solar powered home in California. And it's his home away from home Great American Ball Park that is now one of the best in baseball going green. Sharing that message with -- thousands of fans at a time. That's most important day you have to set up future generations. With the knowledge in the know. That's sense of social social and environmental responsibility to.