Net Impact is partnering with Greening Cream & Crimson this fall to bring zero waste stations to Memorial Stadium for the home football games. The first game was on Saturday September 5 and while the team had its struggles on the field, the zero waste stations were mostly a success! There were 10 stations inside the stadium: 4 on the west concourse, 4 on the east concourse, and 2 on the upper level of the west concourse. Each station consisted of bins for compost, recycling, and landfill. Food scraps, cardboard, and unused napkins can be composted, plastic bottles, metal, paper, and more can be recycled, and most other waste must be sent to the landfill. Net Impact members and other volunteers were on hand to show fans which bins to put their waste in. While the first game is in the books, there are still six more home games on the schedule and volunteers are needed for each game to help fans sort their trash. This is a great opportunity to help green the environment plus free food and drinks are provided! We hope to see you there for game two Saturday night versus Florida International. Go Hoosiers!