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Subaru, TerraCycle Unveil Recycled Sculpture Outside Subaru Park Stadium

To celebrate achieving a ‘zero landfill status,’ Subaru of America, Inc. and the Philadelphia Union partnered with artists at TerraCycle on a new sculpture of recycled items.

November 20, 2023

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To celebrate achieving a ‘zero landfill status,’ Subaru of America, Inc. and the Philadelphia Union partnered with artists at TerraCycle on a new sculpture of recycled items.

Artists from TerraCycle, Trenton, NJ created a soccer ball sculpture made up of recycled items. The sculpture is on display outside of Subara Park which became a zero-landfill stadium in 2021. The park has also successfully diverted over one million pounds of waste from landfills.

“We’re proud of our sustainable legacy and all we’ve accomplished since becoming the first automaker with a zero-landfill factory in the United States,” said Alan Bethke, Senior Vice President, Marketing at Subaru of America. “We’re also proud of the recycling milestones we’ve achieved throughout our partnership with the Philadelphia Union, and we hope this incredible new sculpture will show visitors to Subaru Park just how beautiful recycling can be.”

The sculpture was designed and created by TerraCycle’s in-house team which specializes in upcycled works. Used recycled materials were collected from Subaru Park for the art piece.

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