Facts On Why Super Bowl XLVIII Will Be The 'Greenest Super Bowl Ever'
In 2009, MetLife Stadium signed a Memorandum of Understanding pledging to become an environmental steward by implementing green initiatives that would reduce its carbon footprint to help improve our planet's environment.
Has reduced the use of energy, water and solid waste production by aggressive recycling programs, low flow faucets, toilets and waterless urinals in restrooms, food composting, and mass transit alternatives.
In 2012, MetLife Stadium reduced its carbon footprint by 250,650 Metric Ton Carbon Dioxide Equivalent.
Became the first Certified Green Restaurant stadium.
The stadium staff and the NFL have pledged to recycle plastics, glass, aluminum and paper during and after the sporting event.
All waste oil from the food production will be converted into biodiesel and all food scraps will be composted.