Tennis Express is committed to inspiring athletes to play their best game! They also want to preserve the environment by raising awareness about the importance of recycling tennis balls. Their efforts include publishing educational content, hosting collection drives, and organizing a variety of contests.
Recycle Tennis Balls Want to Recycle Tennis balls ? Don’t toss them in the trash! Join the nationwide effort and recycle tennis balls! Its as easy as 1 – 2 – 3… Send us the following information in the description field of our contact form OR recycle at rebounces.com. Include your name AND shipping address
ReTour Tennis founded in 2014 was created to help save Tennis balls from going into our landfills. They work with park and recreation departments, tennis clubs, home-owners associations and others by setting up bins at the tennis court for easy recycling. The tennis balls are shipped to a recycler and remade into tennis balls.
You can get involved by: Recycling and reusing your tennis balls. Sending used balls to RecycleBalls.org. Donating online at www.RecycleBalls.org. Encouraging other players to Go Green. Hoping for a day where no tennis ball is tossed into a landfill, Tennis Express and Recycle Balls are committed to raising awareness with this new partnership.
Ace Surfaces will install the first of the Tennis Ball Recycling Courts at Tenafly Racquet Club in Tenafly, NJ at the end of August. Says Gordon Uehling, Founder and Managing Director of Tenafly Racquet Club, “We are extremely excited about the new Laykold Masters 5 courts we are installing at the Tenafly Racquet Club.
While we cannot legally recommend a value for donated balls, many folks are claiming u0003and receiving .40 per tennis ball donated. If you donate say 200 tennis balls using one label, that’s a $95 tax deduction (balls and label) or a $33.25 direct cash benefit based on using a 35% rate. u0003Your direct cash benefit may vary.
Old tennis balls are great to donate to your local animal shelter. Make sure to call first before you bring your old tennis balls down there, though, as some shelters have strict policies regarding donations.
When tennis balls arrive at Recycleballs’ Vermont facility, the nonprofit removes the felt and grinds the balls into RecycleBalls Green Gold, a natural crumb rubber mixture that is 99 percent ...
All tennis balls that have lost their bounce and would ordinarily get thrown away can now be placed in the Tennis Ball Recycling Bins located at all Culver City Parks Tennis Courts.