How and Where to Recycle

Tennis is a very popular game worldwide. As a result, the amount of tennis equipment manufactured to satisfy the needs of the masses is significant. The amount of tennis balls produced each year is even larger. Around 360 million tennis balls are manufactured each year and they hold a very short lifespan.

What happens to these balls once they get old and discarded? Ever wondered? As the materials in tennis balls are non-biodegradable, 20,000 tons of wastes are developed from these discarded balls. Most of the waste ends up in landfills, contributing to degrading our environment.

These used balls can now be recycled and incorporated into a tennis court. You can help mother earth from being polluted and keep her green by recycling your used tennis balls.

If you want to recycle your tennis balls, you are just a few steps away. Just follow the steps below:

Our partner, Recycle Balls, makes it simple.

  1. Visit  Recycle Balls and Get Free Labels: Tell them how many balls and boxes you have and they will email you a label.
  2. Ship: Drop of your boxes or schedule a pick up.
  3. Receive Tax Deductions: They will email you a receipt as soon as you shipment is received.

Isn’t it easy? Or if still you are facing problem, Please contact Ace Surfaces

We are currently working on setting up collection sites for used tennis balls across the U.S.

Do you want to help with recycling efforts in your tennis community? You can become a collection site for used tennis balls. Send us your locations address,contact person and website and we will put your information in our database of collection sites on our website.

Once you have over 200 balls collected, contact Recycle Balls for a shipping label and send them off to start the recycling process.


Drop off locations:


Ace Surfaces

251 Altamonte Commerce Blvd Suite 1406

Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714

Contact Kelly 407-865-6279


For more drop off locations please contact [email protected]  or visit https://projectgreenball.org/you/collection-bins/

Kindly send us your queries through our email-id. We’ll revert back to you at the earliest. Email us at: [email protected]



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Revolutionizing  the tennis courts you play on by creating, implementing and installing cushion shock pads using recycled tennis balls.


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