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Circus Circus Reno’s green impact


image002-300x21-2803600-6142049CIRCUS CIRCUS NEWS RELEASE – Circus Circus Reno is publicly sharing the success of their green initiatives, starting with advances they made in 2013.

Recycle America has provided the 2013 Circus Circus recycling achievement numbers:

209,309 pounds of cardboard.
59,455 pounds of white paper.
12,230 pounds of plastic bottles and shrink wrap.
550 pounds of alkaline batteries.
1,950 pounds of E-waste.
2,900 pounds of phone books.
10,000 plus pounds of scrap metals, steel, aluminum and copper wire.

Water is a precious resource, especially in Nevada. Circus Circus has implemented a towel and linen reuse program in all hotel rooms with information available in each room. This reportedly will result in fewer laundry loads, which will conserve water.

Into 2014, the company continues to replace casino lighting to more efficient LED lights. They have converted the majority of their restaurant and retail shop lighting to the more efficient MR16LED light, which uses less electricity. They have recently installed two electric car charging stations in the North Parking Garage. These stations are being used by customers almost daily, and plans for a compost program in restaurant kitchens is in motion.

Circus Circus commends their Green Team for spearheading conservation plans. For more information on Circus Circus’s sustainability efforts, visit their webpage. Use #CircusIsGreen for suggestions.

Circus Circus Reno is an MGM Resorts International® Destination with six unique dining options including local favorites the Steakhouse at Circus, Kokopelli’s Sushi and Dos Geckos Cantina. Enjoy the free circus acts at the midway as well as games for all ages. For more information visit circusreno.com find and on Facebook, friend on Foursquare, follow on Twitter, text “CCR” to 86318, download the Mobile app, or call 775-329-0711.

Miriam Hodgman
Miriam Hodgman
Miriam Hodgman is originally from San Francisco. She previously was the communications coordinator for the largest hunger-relief organization in Sonoma County, California. She has a bachelor’s degree in American history, with a minor in American Indian studies, from San Francisco State University, and has a master’s degree in public administration from Sonoma State University. She enjoys training a variety of martial arts.