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Refueling and recycling

Whatever Run in Marseille race you take part in, you’ll find feeding stations every 5km along the route.

On the menu: fresh fruit (bananas, oranges), dried fruit (raisins, apricots, etc.), cereal bars, gingerbread, sugar, Tuc biscuits, Coca Cola, and water of course!

The position of these feeding stations is optimised according to the width of the route and the installation logistics (feeding station and waste management).

Your challenge - no waste on the route!

Run in Marseille wants to improve its waste management policy.


Our objective - recycling and no waste on the route!

Waste that is correctly collected and recycled can have a second life. Give it that chance!
Your action is important!
This year, the waste collection points are even better positioned.



Clothing left at the start

Stay warm before the start but choose an old sweatshirt rather than a bin bag. You can leave this item of clothing on the side of the route before the start line, which will then be recovered and recycled.



Food waste

Banana skins on the ground are no laughing matter for the runners behind you, for those responsible for cleaning the route, or for weekend walkers!
Your actions are important! Put your banana skins in the appropriate bins.



Water bottles

Aim for the target! Bottles can be recycled over and over again, so aim for the target and give them a second life.
At each feeding station, yellow bins marked with a target will be positioned on either side of the road at the feeding station and shortly after it.
You will be able to dispose of your bottle according to your race pace and your hydration needs.

Bottles thrown on the ground will end up in a landfill.
Bottles thrown into the yellow bin will be recycled.

Your actions are important. Thank you!