Atlanta, GA – (June 29, 2015) – The 5th Annual Green Sports Alliance (GSA) Summit kicked off in Chicago, featuring sustainability and spots facilities management expert from around the world.
Solaris Paper is showcasing its sustainable facility solutions at booth #48 of the exhibit hall, featuring the Nvi advanced dispensing systems, LoCor towel and tissue systems, along with the Livi VPG and Livi Basic universal product offerings.
Running through July 1, 2015, the GSA Summit covers the most innovative ideas around sports venue greening via a dynamic mix of keynotes, leadership plenaries, storytelling sessions, town hall discussions, venue tours and the 3rd annual Women, Sports & the Environment Symposium.
The Summit is one of the largest and most influential sustainability gatherings for the professional and university-level sports community; bringing together more than 800 industry stakeholders to learn and share better practices and the latest innovations in greening operations, advancing the supply chain, engaging fans and more responsibly managing sporting facilities.
Notable guest speakers include Beth Stevens - Senior VP of Corporate Citizenship for The Walt Disney Company, Stefanie Young - Technical Business Development Lead at the U.S. Green Building Council, Andrew Ference - Captain and Defenseman for the Edmonton Oilers, and others.
For those unable to attend, you can follow @sportsalliance #GreenSports on Twitter for event highlights.
Learn more about Solaris Paper’s sustainable towel and tissue solutions for sports facilities: http://www.solarispaper.com/industries/sports-facilities/
About Green Sports Alliance
The Green Sports Alliance leverages the cultural and market influence of sports to promote healthy, sustainable communities where we live and play. This is done by inspiring sports leagues, teams, venues, their partners and millions of fans to embrace renewable energy, healthy food, recycling, water efficiency, species preservation, safer chemicals and other environmentally preferable practices.
Alliance members represent nearly 300 sports teams and venues from 20 different sports leagues and 14 countries.
Since February of 2010, the Alliance has brought together venue operators, sports team executives and environmental scientists to exchange information about better practices and develop solutions to their environmental challenges that are cost-competitive and innovative. The information gathered from this collaboration is available to Alliance members in order that they gain a better understanding of how sporting events can be performed in an environmentally sensitive manner.
The Green Sports Alliance was conceived and founded by Paul G. Allen’s Vulcan Inc. and the Natural Resources Defense Council. Inaugural members and partners of the Alliance include the Seattle Seahawks, Portland Trail Blazers, Seattle Sounders FC, Seattle Mariners, Seattle Storm, Vancouver Canucks, the Bonneville Environmental Foundation, Green Building Services, and Milepost Consulting.
If you work in the world of sports, and would like to learn valuable strategies that will accelerate the environmental evolution of professional and collegiate sports, visithttp://greensportsalliance.org/.
About Solaris Paper
Solaris Paper®, Inc. (SPI) is a U.S. based manufacturer of premium quality towel and tissue products for the North American Away-From-Home commercial marketplace. SPI’s products are made from virgin Rapidly Renewable Fiber, which produces a whiter, brighter, softer and greener product. SPI is dedicated to a sustainable business model. Our commitment applies to the full scope of our operations, starting with our primary strategic supply partner Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) through end-of product life scenarios. Solaris Paper’s family of products currently includes Nvi® Advanced Dispensing Systems, Nvi® LoCor®, Livi® VPG and Livi® Basic Towel and Tissue. To learn more about Solaris Paper, please visit SolarisPaper.com.