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Greening Partners

NRDC National Resources Defense Council
The National Resources Defense Council is the nation's most effective environmental action group, combining the grassroots power of 1.3 million members and online activists with the courtroom clout and expertise of more than 350 lawyers, scientists and other professionals.

In 2007, the Boston Red Sox partnered with the NRDC to develop a five year greening plan for Fenway Park. The NRDC lent its expertise and guided the Red Sox in its environmental endeavors including the installation of a solar panels and the implementation of the Green Team.

Waste Management
Waste Management is North America's leading provider of integrated environmental solutions. Through its subsidiaries, the company provides collection, transfer, recycling and resource recovery, and disposal services. It is also a leading developer, operator and owner of waste-to-energy and landfill gas-to-energy facilities in the United States.

Waste Management supports the recycling and composting efforts of the Boston Red Sox. Waste Management guided Fenway Park as it transitioned to a single-stream recycling facility, helped place blue recycling bins throughout the park, and helped to implement a composting program.

Poland Spring
Poland Spring, a subsidiary of Nestle Waters North America, engages in a variety of environmental measures, underscoring their commitment to conserving our resources and reducing waste.

In 2008, Poland Spring was instrumental in the launch of the Poland Spring Green Team, a first of its kind recycling initiative. Poland Spring continues to be a valuable partner of the Red Sox' greening initiatives.

National Grid
National Grid, an electricity and gas company, is at the heart of one of the greatest challenges facing our society - to create new, sustainable energy solutions for the future and developing an energy system that underpins economic prosperity in the 21st century.

National Grid was key to the 2008 installation of solar hot water panels. Its energy expertise and support was crucial for the first installation of solar technology at a Major League Baseball stadium.

Greenovate Boston
Greenovate Boston is a collective movement and innovative solution to ensure a greener, healthier and more prosperous future for the city by meeting Mayor Thomas M. Menino's goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 25% by 2020. Propelled by creativity and drive, Greenovate Boston will encourage continued sustainable growth within the city, making Boston the greenest in the United States.