What Happens in Vegas...

What happens in Vegas doesn't stay in Vegas anymore! Clean the World is proud to announce the opening of our Las Vegas Recycling Operation Center (ROC). This new facility will act as a collecting point for gently used hotel amenities from all over the western region of the United States. It will also serve as a distribution point both domestically and abroad for our recycled soaps and bottled amenities. Opportunities to get involved and be a part of saving our planet and saving lives are now available in the Las Vegas area.


Volunteer

Volunteering is a great way to engage and experience, first-hand, the impact you can have on a child’s life. Clean the World has many different volunteer programs that help get people engaged. Corporate teams, youth groups, families and individuals can help to make a difference to others.. It is truly the volunteers of Clean the World that make the difference, so please email here to learn more about how you can help. Volunteer today!

CSR Opportunities

Looking for a simple way to have your group participate in a worthwhile experience? Come to Clean the World and help save lives – and boost team unity – by recycling soap. Your group’s participation helps cover the cost of collecting and recycling soaps and bottled amenities from hotels, resorts, and other sources for delivery to impoverished people domestically and worldwide. At the conclusion of your event, Clean the World will provide totals of the processed items during the event with an estimated number of families who will benefit from your organization’s efforts. For more information on our CSR program, please click here.

Location

Clean the World's Las Vegas ROC is located at:
3111 S. Valley View Blvd., Suite L-115
Las Vegas, NV 89102

(702) 221-8777

There is a map below to show the exact location within the complex.

Volunteer Opportunities

Clean the World wants you!
Volunteer opportunities are available at the Las Vegas ROC.
Please contact Shae Hagen for more information.


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