Minnesota Zoo, East Entrance, Tiger Lot
SUPER BOWL LII RECYCLING RALLY AT THE MINNESOTA ZOO GIVES PUBLIC OPPORTUNITY TO RECYCLE E-WASTE
Saturday, October 7 – Super Bowl LII E-Waste Recycling Rally – The Minnesota Zoo, 9AM to 1PM. East Entrance, Tiger Lot, 13000 Zoo Boulevard, Apple Valley, MN
The National Football League has teamed up with Verizon, the Minnesota Zoo and the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee for a Super Bowl E-Waste Recycling Rally. Area residents can help with the “greening of Super Bowl LII” by bringing their E-waste to this event sponsored by Verizon. The Recycling Rally is open to the public and free of charge. Local residents may drop off all types of electronic waste to be recycled responsibly and kept out of local landfills. Items such as computers, printers, monitors, cell phones and televisions will be accepted. (Large appliances such as refrigerators will not be accepted.) The first 250 families bringing in items will receive a gift bag and a voucher for free parking at the zoo’s HowlZooWeen celebration. Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders and mascot Viktor will be on hand during morning hours to greet participants. The Recycling Rally takes place outside the zoo entrance. It’s not necessary to enter the zoo to participate. Simply drive up and volunteers will be ready to help unload.
The NFL has incorporated environmental projects into the management of Super Bowl for 25 years.