Our Mission

Allegiant Stadium is committed to developing sustainable policies and constantly improving on these efforts through waste diversion, green purchasing, water reduction, energy optimization, staff education, and connecting to the local community's eco-efforts.

Waste Diversion

Allegiant Stadium is committed to waste diversion, with more than 15 material streams diverted away from landfills and repurposed, recycled, or donated. The stadium has a designated team which sorts internal and external trash ensuring recycled material is diverted out of all stadium waste.

Food Collection Program

On average, 11,000 pounds of kitchen prep cuttings and end of event food scraps are collected per large stadium event, diverted away from landfills, and turned into livestock feed for a local farm.

Over 7000 pounds of food is donated post-event to a local food bank on an average monthly basis.

Waste Diversion

Cigarette Waste Collection Program

Allegiant Stadium is the first stadium in the U.S. to divert cigarette waste from landfill and convert it into energy via a waste to energy program. In taking this extended step in proper cigarette waste collection, the stadium is improving landfill diversion, fire prevention, water improvements, and overall community health.

Raiders Field

In collaboration with the Raiders field crew and a local vendor, all of the Raiders field grass cuttings are sent to an off-site composter. To date, we have composted 80 plus tons or 160,800 pounds of grass clippings. When the field needs to be turned over, the field crew works with a local livestock farm to utilize the sod as bedding for animals on the farm.

Energy Efficiency

The stadium is devoted to energy optimization. With a state-of-the-art chiller plant, air handling units, high-efficiency lighting, and an energy-efficient lighting control system, the venue is constantly finding ways to improve energy efficiency. The stadium’s engineering team diligently monitors electrical loads to avoid exceeding mega blocks during on-peak pricing time frames.

The Stadium's roof is composed of ETFE (Ethylenetetrafluoroethylene) which provides benefits of climate adaptability, insulation performance, a long lifespan, self-cleaning, and is a recyclable material.

Water Efficiency

The stadium is committed to reducing water usage in various ways including its water efficient touchless fixtures throughout the venue.

The stadium also features subsurface dewatering stations, this system discharges groundwater that has been collected and then is expelled into the plant beds around the exterior of the stadium.

Green Purchasing

The stadium practices Green Purchasing in various ways including an office rechargeable battery program that mitigates the need for single-use batteries, thus reducing hazardous waste. Green cleaning products are purchased in bulk in an effort to reduce single-use plastics throughout the stadium. The building paper towel dispensers mitigate single-use battery changes and use green certified paper towels and toilet paper.

Local Innovation

Partnering with Local Sustainably Centered Non-Profits

Allegiant Stadium is proud to partner with local non-profits whenever possible. The stadium donates excess food from stadium concession vendors to individuals and families at risk of hunger. The stadium also works with a local women’s shelter in receiving donatable goods. We have also donated paint to local high schools for their sports fields.

Staff and Guest Eco-Engagement

Get Caught Recycling

In honor of America Recycles Day 2021 and 2022, the stadium held a "Get Caught Recycling" event for guests during a Las Vegas Raiders game. Guests who placed aluminum cans or plastic bottles in proper receptacles were rewarded with team and stadium merchandise gift bags. The event was a successful way to promote guest awareness of the stadium’s diversion program, and to educate guests on the importance of landfill diversion and recycling.

For the 2022 America Recycles Day, we held a sorting game for the football fans to decipher what material went to food scrap bin, recycle bin, and trash bin. Some material diversion was a surprise for many as they did not know what could be recycled or sent to landfill.

The Wash Staff Outing

In 2021, Allegiant Stadium staff planted 300 native trees at the Las Vegas Wash, which is a man-made wetland area that carries the city's 150 million gallons-a-day-run-off water to Lake Mead. These trees aid in erosion prevention and habitat restoration.

The Farm Staff Outing

In honor of Earth Day 2022, Allegiant Stadium staff volunteered at a local Las Vegas farm to learn about animal advocacy and the benefits of local farming.

Staff Field trip to the Apex Landfill and Las Vegas Livestock Pig Farm

In the Fall of 2022, Allegiant Stadium staff went on a field trip to tour the Apex landfill and the Las Vegas Livestock pig farm. Being able to see first-hand the tons upon tons of trash that is sent to the landfill was an eye-opening experience for many and further reasoning for our waste diversion efforts. The staff then visited the LVL pig farm, where the stadium’s food scraps go. They were able to see the machine the farm processes the food scraps into livestock feed, and met the pigs that eat the stadium food scraps! It was an inciteful day full of education and first-hand view at the various processes the stadium takes part in.

Recent News

Allegiant Stadium Participates in Green Sports Day 2022

Allegiant Stadium commits to sustainable action via energy efficiency, waste diversion, water efficiency, green purchasing, eco-education for guests and staff, and engaging on a sustainable level with local non-profits.

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Allegiant Stadium Celebrates Earth Day with Ongoing Sustainability Programs and Eco-Educational Trip to Local Farm

In celebration of Earth Day, Allegiant Stadium recognizes its dedication to sustainable policies and programs that minimize its environmental footprint.

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Allegiant Stadium: Building a Robust Sustainability Program

The ultimate goal in developing the sustainability program at Allegiant Stadium is to be good stewards of the community, conserve resources, champion efforts that result in great impact, and empower staff to take ownership of eco-efforts.

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Green Transportation

Bike Parking Map

For those who intend to ride their bicycle to Allegiant Stadium, bike racks are conveniently located in Lot B and outside the America First Credit Union Southwest Entry and Southeast Entry. Bike locks, chains, padlocks, etc. are not provided, so please bring your own equipment to secure your bicycle. Allegiant Stadium shall not be responsible for fire, theft, damage, or loss to bicycles or any other articles left on the bike or around the bike rack area.

In addition, there are designated bike lanes within our footprint that are recommended safety lanes to help protect and direct cyclists to the bike parking locations.

Bike Parking Map