Recycle Balls is a Grand Slam WINNER. Millions of tennis balls all across the world now have a home. Ken DeHart Almaden Valley Athletic Club - San Jose, CA. This will change the sport and its impact on the environment. Jim Harp Harp Performance Tennis Inc, Cumming, GA. Members are ecstatic about this new solution!
Include the number of tennis balls per box OR the weight of each box you are sending….There is no longer a minimum quantity of tennis balls. FYI – Home Depot offers a 18″ x 18″ x 16″ box (“medium” size) for $1 that holds up to 330 balls. reBounces will email you the shipping address for our recycling center.
Rebounces founded in 2008 is another organization that is dedicated to recycling Tennis Balls. They accept lots of 200+ balls at a time. They accept lots of 200+ balls at a time. If you send them your information, they will send you a FREE shipping label.
We are a youth-driven 501 (c) 3 nonprofit with a mission to recycle and reuse all tennis balls in the USA. As a nonprofit, you will receive a tax deduction and the peace of mind that every one of your tennis balls will be kept out of U.S. landfills and turned into green solutions or products.
Once the box is filled with used balls, it can be shipped via UPS directly to Recycle Balls headquarters in Vermont. Once the box is received, a tax donation receipt is emailed to the donor, and the player can give themselves a hearty pat on the back for diverting used tennis balls from landfills across the country.
TENNIS BALL RECYCLING DID YOU KNOW: 125 MILLION tennis balls sold in the US annually; 250 THOUSAND tennis courts in the US; 2 HUNDRED tennis balls discarded monthly per park; 3 NEW tennis balls used for most matches played; 100 MILLION tennis balls enter US landfills annually; 1 person CAN make a difference
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.
There are many companies like reBounces and Project Green Balls that recycle old tennis balls. If you have a large number of tennis balls saved up, you can contact such companies and the team might even send you a prepaid shipping label to cover your expenses.
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