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Subaru's Love Promise: Environment

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Anchorage Daily News | Denali National Park Tackles Trash with Zero-Landfill Initiative
A record number of visitors traveled to Interior Alaska's Denali National Park and Preserve last year, but they left behind less trash than a few years before. A push to send less waste to the local landfill is working, officials say. Since 2016, Denali National Park has partnered with Subaru in a "zero-landfill" initiative aimed at turning trash into recycling. ...
Sep 18, 2018 8:00 AM ET
VIDEO | Don't Feed the Landfills
Subaru and the NPCA share five simple things we can all do to help the National Parks reduce waste going into landfills. Join the conversation and share how you #DontFeedTheLandfills. Watch the...
Sep 5, 2018 8:35 AM ET
How to Be a Good Visitor at National Parks
The nation’s 59 national parks (the 60th, Missouri’s Gateway Arch, received an official national park designation in February 2018) saw more than 330 million visitors in 2017, which is a lot of footsteps, noise, waste and selfie poses in some of the wilderness’s most delicate treasures. “We’re really fortunate to have the privilege of having these incredible places to visit,” says biologist ...
Aug 17, 2018 9:20 AM ET
VIDEO | This Indiana Subaru Plant Hasn’t Taken Out the Trash in 14 Years, Saves More Than $13m
by Sarah Bowman, Indianapolis Star While not his official job title, Tom Easterday has become quite the tour guide.  The Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc. executive has been known to do as many as a handful a month around the company's Lafayette manufacturing facility. Whether leading top industry officials or a group of young students, he has a favorite opening line...
Aug 16, 2018 9:15 AM ET
Denali National Park Tackles Trash With Zero-Landfill Initiative
by Laurel Andrews A record number of visitors traveled to Interior Alaska's Denali National Park and Preserve last year, but they left behind less trash than a few years before. A push to send less waste to the local landfill is working, officials say. Since 2016, Denali National Park...
Aug 14, 2018 11:05 AM ET

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