Recycling

At Cacti Grounds Management, we take great pride in our Las Vegas maintenance services. When we come to your home to do your landscape maintenance we always haul away all trash and debris to save you money and hassle.

All organic materials arriving at our yard they are then sent to a recycling plant. Once the recycling company receives the green waste they grind it to mulch, bag it and sell it.

This way we are all helping to keep the landfills from unnecessary waste and help keeping our planet green.

recycling

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