Green Monster is going to be even greener

October 25, 2007 at 10:19 pm 1 comment

Posted by Ed Maurer:

As I sit and watch the Red Sox play against the Colorado Rockies in the World Series, I learned about the green efforts employed by Fenway Park. This home of the Red Sox touts a green wall in left field that is very difficult to hit a home run over, and has rightfully been dubbed “The Green Monster.” The Red Sox are currently working with the Natural Resources Defense Council to install photo voltaic panels at the park, and the green efforts don’t stop there. At Fenway, they also are using non-toxic chemicals on the grounds, installing fluorescent lighting, and installing low-flow plumbing. It’s good to be green, even when you are a large obstacle to hit baseballs over. Read more about the Sustainable efforts of the World Series at


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