Monday, October 5, 2009

How to Recycle Tennis Balls

Do you know that this year over 557 million tennis balls will be manufactured globally. And do you know what happens to these tennis balls when you are finished with them? Not much!

The majority end up being dumped in landfills. To date very little recycling of tennis balls has been done, but now you can discover the many ways you can recycle tennis balls and help your environment.

If you love tennis then find out how you can recycle your tennis balls easily and efficiently. Visit RecyleTennisBalls.com.

3 comments:

CF said...

You should check out our company - www.rebounces.com - the only company in the world to focus on recycling tennis balls.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure the nursing homes, physical therapist, occuptional therapist and assisted living homes could use them for the bottoms of walkers.

Zig

Sammi said...

Many schools are always looking for used tennis balls. The teachers use them to put under the students chair legs so when they slide their chairs it doesn't make such a loud sounds or scrape the floor. Tennis balls are always on the Teacher's Wish List that is given to the PTO at all the schools.

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