Subaru "Zero Landfill" Plant
Starting in May 2004, Subaru became the first ever U.S automobile manufacturer to achieve zero landfill status. This means that Subaru's manufacturing plants recycles all of its waste or turns it into electricity. To put this in perspective, the moment you take your trash to the road, you will contribute more to landfills than the entire Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) manufacturing plant. This is a huge contribution to the environmental movement, and just shows how Subaru is moving towards a greener future for the world.
STARS Recycling Program
The Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) Plant is not only known for producing Zero Waste. The SIA is also dedicated to promoting the protection of the environment to others. The STARS (Students and Teachers Achieving Recycling Status) is one of these many programs. The program gets high school students and teachers to develop recycling programs and other environmental initiatives.
Greensgrow Philadelphia Project
The Greensgrow Philadelphia project is partnered with Subaru and supporting the development of urban farming and agriculture. This project has produced thousand of pounds of vegetables, created jobs for the community, and educates anyone who wants to learn more about urban agriculture. You can learn more at greensgrow.org
Share The Love Garden
Subaru Share the Love Garden program is an employee community garden located at the Subaru Headquarters in Cherry Hills, New Jersery. A portion of the produce that is grown at the community garden is donated to the Food Bank of South Jersey. The Food Bank serves approximately 20,000 people a week and supports over 200 local charities.