Western Elite provides recycling services during Las Vegas Stadium construction

The company will also help with the stadium’s recycling needs once it is open.

Western Elite, a Las Vegas-based construction debris and recycling company, recently announced it has been chosen as one of the companies handling waste services for the $1.8 billion Las Vegas Stadium set to open in late 2019.

Currently in its first stages of construction, the future Las Vegas stadium sits on 62 acres of land near Las Vegas Boulevard and Russell Road. It will be the eighth largest stadium in the world with a capacity to hold 65,000 visitors and will house the Oakland Raiders football team.

Throughout the course of the next two years of construction, the stadium is estimated to produce 12,000 tons of debris that Western Elite will assist with eliminating. The company also will help with the stadium’s recycling needs.

“Western Elite is excited to take part in this historic project in Las Vegas,” Western Elite Vice President Scott Seastrand says. “Our waste and recycling teams will help make sure all the needs are met in a quality fashion.”