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CODEGREEN AT HARRAH’S RESORT SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Caesars Entertainment believes the problems facing the planet demand real action today. The company’s CodeGreen strategy provides tangible low-carbon solutions to reduce water, energy and waste consumption at all Caesars’ resorts. CodeGreen enhances the first class experience of Caesars Entertainment guests by creating healthier, cleaner communities around the world.Teammates are at the heart of this company-wide program, offering innovative ideas that lead to real impacts. Each property has its own CodeGreen team to implement the company strategy on a monthly basis. The CodeGreen Steering Committee, made up of executives from operations and corporate leaders, drives the overall strategic direction of the program. CodeGreen is driven by data, allowing us to adapt and shift as we learn more on our journey through environmental sustainabilityHARRAH’S RESORT SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA STATISTICS AS OF JULY 2016 

  • Recycled more than 337 tons of co-mingled recyclables
  • Cleaned over 8 miles of beach in SoCal.
  • Recycled over 1,384 lbs of cooking oil..
  • Donated over 249 pairs of eyeglasses to the Valley Center Lions Club
  • Recycled over 301 lbs of batteries
  • Our gardens have yielded over 359 lbs of vegetables, which we serve in our restaurants.
  • Recycled 8,500 lbs of E-Waste.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS/ PARTNERSHIPS

Clean the World: Clean the World collects and recycles bars of soap from the hospitality industry to distribute to impoverished families in the Philippines. Since 2016, Harrah’s Resort SoCal has donated over 7,769 bars of soap.

Participation in the World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour: More than 40 of Caesars’ casinos and resorts powered down exterior and non-essential lighting for one hour to bring attention to the issue of global climate change. Caesars Entertainment was one of the first hotel groups in the country to participate and has been instrumental in getting others in the hospitality industry to join the movement five years ago.