Alameda Little League Wins Recycling Grant

Games will go 'green' as Alameda Little League begins its recycling program, which will include food scraps.

StopWaste.org has awarded an $8,000 grant to Alameda Little League to institute a recycling program, including food scraps, at league games.

It's among nine grants totaling more than $220,000 awarded to nonprofit organizations in Alameda County for innovative waste reduction projects.

“We have a great diversity of programs we’re funding,” said StopWaste.Org Executive Director Gary Wolff in a press release announcing the grants. “We value the creative approaches these organizations are taking to divert nearly 8,000 tons of resources from landfills.”


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