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Eagles Part of City's Spring Cleanup

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, Eagles' owner Christina Lurie, linebacker Stewart Bradley and tight end Brent Celek joined volunteers as they distributed 3,000 recycling bins to residents of Northeast Philadelphia as part of this year's Philly Spring Cleanup.

The group passed out recycling bins featuring the team's GO GREEN logo to encourage residents in Northeast Philadelphia to recycle.

The Eagles are proud to be a part of this year's Cleanup and hope that this distribution will increase the number of citizens in Philadelphia that participate in the city's recycling program. Since 2003, the Eagles' GO GREEN program has aimed to limit the team's environmental impact while encouraging their fans to take small steps to limit their own carbon footprint. Through GO GREEN, the Eagles have recycled more than 175 tons of waste and have converted to 100% clean energy. Photo Gallery : Philly Spring Cleanup

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