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How to Recycle Tennis Balls


Are you interested in recycling your old tennis balls? It's easy and two eco-conscious companies are willing to help. They are Tennis Ball Recycling and Project Green Ball.

Here is what you need to do:

It's that simple. Anyone can do it. 

What happens to all those old tennis balls? They are chopped into fine pieces and are used to create a world-class cushion tennis court surface that results in 14-21% force reduction. Meaning, advanced player comfort, consistent ball bounce, reliable footing, and long-lasting beauty. Pretty cool, right? 

You can make a difference. The equation is simple. Collect. Reuse. Recycle.

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