According to reports from The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio State University's stadium will no longer need trash bins. Instead, everything sold inside the stadium during football games can either be recycled or composted.

The effort is called "zero waste" and means that 90 percent of trash must be diverted from landfills. OSU officials say the stadium would be the largest in the world to attempt such a venture.

Ohio State said recycling and composting bins will be placed throughout the stadium on game days, and that visitors will be told that anything that is not compostable, such as plastic bottles, aluminum cans and glass bottles, should be tossed in scarlet recycling units.

Compostable items, such as food, napkins, paper products and pizza boxes, should be placed in gray containers.