Most casino resorts will have a buffet, and there are also often going to be numerous other restaurants, fast food outlets, cafes and no end of other venues at such places at which gamblers can grab a bite to eat.
However, if there is one thing that each of those venues are guaranteed to generate it is food waste, and that is something that the Pechanga Casino Resort has always been prepared to address.
In fact, that popular casino resort located in San Diego County has been sending the left-over food waste to a recycling plant for over 10 years now, and that in turns helps reduce landfill and in a small way helps the environment too.
It is to a recycling plant owned and operated by CR&R Environmental Services that the Pechanga Casino Resort sends their food waste, which includes a whopping 75,000 pounds of food waste and some 90,000 pounds of used frying oil too.
That waste food and oil then gets turned into biofuel and organic compost, in fact some of the biofuel is used to power the collection vehicles operate by that company, however any excess is sold on to other environmentally friendly companies.
Whilst it is true to say that landfill fees and charges are not excessive, in fact in the U.S.A. they are quite low in price when compared to other parts of the world, the management team at Pechanga Casino and Resort want to ensure they operate their property in as much an environmentally friendly way as possible, so the service offered by CR&R Environmental Services was one that they were only too happy to sign up to and make use of.
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