I found this set of info about Disney recycling and environmental projects, and the sheer quantity alone is mind-boggling, while others are rather amusing. These may be out-of-date by now, but it is still fun to read. For example:
1. During the past seven years, water-saving initiatives at the Walt Disney World® Resort have saved nearly 2.5 billion gallons of water.
2. in 2003, animal manure ranked third among recycled commodities for The Walt Disney Company, totaling more than 8,000 tons. Now that is a lot of crap!
3. Food grease that the Walt Disney World® Resort recycles is used in products such as flavoring for animal feed, polishes, soaps, paints and varnishes, and lipstick. Of course, this is before they got into no tran-fat effort.
4. More than 8,000 acres of property at the Walt Disney World® Resort are designated as a permanent wildlife conservation area and will never be developed.