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While Las Vegas is typically synonymous with splurging, one hotel on the Strip isn’t having any of that.
Last year, Aria Resort and Casino had 7 million pounds of leftover food and it made sure that none of it hit the landfill, CBS reported. Instead, the resort figured out how to ace the food waste process.
Aria sent its leftovers to a hog farm to be turned into pig slop. The move kept those leftovers from decomposing into methane, which has a warming potential 21 times that of carbon dioxide.
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Source : HuffingtonPost.Com