Recycle For Good Falcons Game Volunteer

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Join Novelis and The Georgia Conservancy on Sunday, September 11, at the Georgia Dome for the Falcons Season Opener to educate fans about the value of aluminum cans & bottles, and encourage fans to collect these recyclables all season long to take part in Novelis' new Recycle for Good program.

Georgia Conservancy Natural Partner Novelis and the Atlanta Falcons are partnering to launch Recycle for Good. The program's objective is to create a recycling ecosystem in Atlanta by raising people's awareness of the value of recycling aluminum and encouraging them to recycle valuable aluminum cans & bottles. In turn, the value of aluminum cans & bottles that are recycled at the Georgia Dome and collected from tailgate sites will fund a Habitat for Humanity home for a family in the Westside neighborhood of Atlanta. 3 Million Recycled Cans & Bottles = 1 Home

Two Volunteer Opportunities on Sunday, September 11 For the Falcons First Game:

- Tailgate Area - (9:30am-1:30pm)
Volunteers will go around the tailgating lots surrounding the Georgia Dome and distributing recycling bags, talking to people about the Recycle for Good program, and helping to collect aluminum cans & bottles. *NOTE* - children under the age of 12 will not be allowed to volunteer in the tailgate areas for safety reasons.

- Georgia Dome Area - (10:00am-4:30pm)
Volunteers will man recycling and waste bins inside the stadium to encourage fans to recycle properly and educate fans on the Recycle for Good program.

*NOTE* - volunteers are encouraged to be 10 years of age or older, however, please use your own discretion.

Every Volunteer Receives:
1. A Recycle for Good t-shirt to wear for the day (received upon check-in at West Plaza)
2. A ticket to a future Falcons game (four options to choose from, first-come, first serve; ticket pick-up at volunteer check-out on West Plaza after shift completion)
3. The opportunity to be part of Recycle for Good which will result in a new Habitat home!
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By: The Georgia Conservancy