NHL Green month

In honour of March being NHL Green month, we take a look back on the stories we have featured on Rogers Place, how it’s beauty and sustainability go hand-in-hand and how visitors and fans can be green in their own lives.

Tips & Tricks for staying Green at home

· Think twice before printing on paper. If you need to print something, try printing double-sided.
· Recycle your old electronics at an ECO Station, or if they’re in good condition consider donating them to a charity.
· Use reusable beverage containers.
· Sort your waste properly. If you’re unsure where your waste goes, check out the City of Edmonton’s website here.
· Donate household items that are in good condition to the Reuse Centre or a local charity. The Reuse Centre accepts a variety of items
such as arts and crafts supplies, office and school supplies, paper and plastic products and much more.

BUILDING SMARTER

Beauty and sustainability go hand-in-hand for Rogers Place’s latest sustainability accomplishment.

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THE FEATURE ON THE LEED SILVER CERTIFICATION

Rogers Place is officially silver inside and out. The building was awarded LEED Silver certification for its ‘green’ construction.

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TRASH TALK

Using compost to garden this spring? You may just find a little piece of Rogers Place helping you grow your vegetables!

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Since it’s inception at Rexall Place in 2010, The Rock and Wrap It Up! program at Rogers Place continues to find success donating unused food to Edmonton’s Food Bank.

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GOING GREEN, "IT JUST MAKES SENSE"

Find out more about what makes Rogers Place Green.

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