February 20th, 2016
Not long after the composite one-stick was introduced at the turn of the century, players at all levels of hockey began adopting the new technology - to the tune of over 3.2 million sticks being made every year. Where do they all end up after they break? This week, we discussed this issue with Kevin Rossingol from budgetdumpster.com's The Fill, a recycling blog about cleaning homes and communities.
Click over to the link below and read about the process we take to recycle composite hockey sticks!
- February 20, 2016
- Terance Johnson