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Levi's Stadium

Super Bowl Waste Management Victory Goes to Geospatial Technology

Super Bowl 50 victory went to the Denver Broncos last night but the waste management winner was Trimble Geospatial Solutions, which provided the geospatial technology used to clean up illegal dumping sites across San Jose, California. As Waste360 reports, the city has seen a 75 percent increase in illegal dumping … Read more »

University of Phoenix Stadium

Sports Venues Eliminate 34,000 Tons of CO2

Sports venues that installed LED lighting from Ephesus Lighting have eliminated 34,000 tons of C02 from being emitted into the atmosphere, the LED manufacturer says. This represents a savings of about 45 million kW of energy. Ephesus Lighting estimates that by Earth Day 2016, the company will have saved sports … Read more »

MetLife Stadium

Super Bowl Dining ‘Greenest in History’

Super Bowl XLVIII dining will be the “greenest in history,” say MetLife Stadium and foodservice partner Delaware North Companies Sportservice. The partners have earned the title of first Certified Green Restaurant stadium from the Green Restaurant Association (GRA). With more than 200 on-site restaurants servicing up to 100,000 people in … Read more »

Superdome Managers Worried About Outage Before Game

Public records released by the Louisiana Stadium & Exposition District (LSED), which oversees the Superdome, says tests on the dome’s electrical feeders last fall indicated there was a chance of failure, according to ESPN. An October 2012 memo said that Entergy, the electricity supplier for the arena, and the Superdome’s engineering … Read more »

‘Greenest’ Super Bowl Offsets 3.8m Pounds CO2

As part of what it calls the “greenest” Super Bowl in the game’s history, the New Orleans Host Committee says it will donate carbon credits to offset some 3.8 million pounds of CO2 emissions, among other sustainability initiatives. The Host Committee estimates that energy usage at major Super Bowl venues — … Read more »

Energy Management Gets Spotlight at Super Bowl

Having the lights go out in the middle of the Super Bowl is the stuff of nightmares for energy and facility managers, but that’s exactly what happened Sunday. Half the lights in the Superdome went out during the Super Bowl and didn’t come back on for 35 minutes. Read more … Read more »