efforts in Las Vegas are taking on a different look these days with the
continued growth of A1 Organics Nevada. In 2006, the veteran
from Eaton, CO brought their innovative ideas to the Vegas
hopes of capturing the incredible amounts of green waste and food waste
that were currently going into our landfill. The Las Vegas area with
its high volume of visitors, and a population of close to two million
people, generates the largest amount of food waste per capita. A1
Organics captures the waste from some of our city’s biggest producers
and turns it into a high quality grade of compost. Their wide range of
is then used in the valley’s landscaping projects.
Environmentally this is a big step forward for
Southern Nevada by decreasing the amount of methane gas released at the
landfill while the compost becomes vital in helping our porous soil
retain water and produce healthy plants.
excitement within the Valley is growing as businesses decide to be good
community partners and do what is right to protect the environment and
make a positive impact in this place so many call home. A1 Organics is
pleased to be introducing a food waste program that creates a
completely sustainable loop through recycling. Let our dependable team
design a program for your business that could possibly save you money
on your current waste disposal bills, reduce landfill waste and make
your employees proud that they’re making a difference. Contact
A1Organics today and you can be a part of making a better
all of Southern Nevada.
A1 Organics and Vegas Waste
A1 Organics Nevada's recycling
become popular among many of the largest and most prestigious casinos
and hotels in Las Vegas.
Sustainability through recycling and
the current green movement has inspired a more proactive approach to
dealing with waste. Food waste, building waste, green waste
and other types of waste streams are now being funneled to A1 Organics
Nevada where they are turned into products such as compost and mulch.
These products are then used in landscaping projects, golf courses, and
others to enrich the soil and return nutrients to the earth.