Swooshing a free throw in the midst of frenzied chaos is one thing. You would think that hitting the recycling bin wouldn't be so tough. Indeed, March madness is upon us, and Waste Management encourages fans to do something about those brackets that end up in the trash. Either do them electronically, or make sure they get recycled.
Here are the pearls of wisdom from WM:
"Filling out a bracket is one of the most enjoyable ways to participate in March Madness," said Waste Management Vice President of Midwest Public Affairs Tom Horton. "You may never hit the game-winning shot in an NCAA Championship game, but you can still be a hero by using some simple green ideas during tournament season." Universities such as Penn, Michigan and Vanderbilt have been experimenting in ways to reduce trash at basketball games. How does your community strive for zero waste from its basketball events?