4 Ways Caesars Entertainment in Atlantic City is Environmentally Friendly

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Caesars Entertainment loves the environment! Since instituting our CodeGreen initiative in 2008, Caesars Entertainment as a whole has largely reduced our waste in landfills, greenhouse gas emissions, and total energy consumption. Atlantic City is no exception either, as there are plenty of things that are done here to give back to planet earth and reduce the material impact that we have on our environment. Here are just a few of the ways that Caesars, Harrah’s, and Bally’s Atlantic City go green!

 

Rooftop Herb Gardens

Photo Courtesy of @GMigita on Twitter

What do you do when you have a bunch of left over pallets? Turn them into herb gardens, of course! In addition to the fact that these beautiful planters at Caesars Atlantic City are made of recycled pallets, the fresh herbs from these rooftop gardens are used at our restaurants! What could be better than recycling, and getting some delicious, fresh food out of it?!

 

Earth Hour

That’s us, but our lights are turned off!

You might have had a little trouble spotting us on the evening of March 25th because from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m., all three Atlantic City properties, as well as the rest of the Caesars Empire, participated in Earth Hour! Designated non-essential lights were turned off for the whole hour, which saved tons of energy and helped to fight back against climate change!

 

Single-Stream Recycling

In order to divert as much waste as we can from landfills, Caesars has a single-stream recycling program that not only separates recyclables from trash, but also works to get reusable items, like silverware, back from our waste streams!

 

An Atlantic City School Won our Carbon Reduction Contest!

Caesars Entertainment does a ton of great work with our partners, the National Park Trust. This year, we held a brand-wide contest to teach local grade school children how to reduce carbon emissions with environmentally responsible actions, and the winning school came from Atlantic City! The Richmond Ave School did some tremendous work, reducing their greenhouse gases by 956 pounds, and reducing garbage by 188 pounds! The school was awarded a check for $1,500 to cover the costs of an amazing day trip to Estell Manor.

 

There is a reason that 100% of the Caesars Entertainment properties have received the Green Key Certification for hotels in North America. We care about the environment that we live in, so that we can keep having all of the fun that we have living in it! Caesars, Harrah’s, and Bally’s in Atlantic City work hard to make sure we’re doing the best we can for the environment and for our guests!

 

 

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Ryan loves burritos, hockey, and long walks on the couch. After graduating from William Paterson University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Media Production, he fell in love with social media marketing at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry, and later became a Social Media Specialist at Caesars Entertainment.

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