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SEE Centennial is shaping the path for a sustainable future.

We are committed to providing customers, business owners and employees with an exceptional experience, while incorporating environmentally sustainable operating practices and energy-efficiency measures at our property.

SEE Centennial is built on three cornerstones of Sustainability, Efficiency and the Environment. At Pueblo Mall, we recognize our role in environmental stewardship, both as a property manager and a vibrant member of the communities we serve.

How are we doing so far? In 2019, our efforts added up.

At Pueblo Mall, we've developed an internal sustainability roadmap that guides how we approach new projects and manage our existing property day to day. Our commitment is reflected in our actions, which include:

  • To further divert waste from landfills, Pueblo Mall has added an additional 13 cardboard recycling containers and distributed sixty 18-gallon recycle bins (one to each retailer) to separate recyclable materials from general trash. In total, Pueblo Mall diverted over 85 tons of waste in 2019. This is equivalent of 1,219 Volkswagen Bugs of avoided landfill space! By recycling our cardboard, 1,241 mature trees were saved.
  • Customers are also able to recycle their waste produced while visiting the mall. Plastic, aluminum, and paper recycle bins are located in four designated areas throughout the common area.
  • Electricity consumption was down 7% compared to 2018 resulting in saving over 333,602 kWh of power consumption, the equivalent energy consumed by 30 US households over the course of a year.
  • In addition to the operational improvements, we also engage the community with environmentally responsible events and initiatives that enhance the customer experience, including:

  • In 2019, 25,000 lbs. of paper was collected and shredded; 73 tons of cardboard diverted from the landfill; 840 light bulbs were recycled; 6 tons of concrete, 4 tons of metal; and 930 gallons of cooking oil. Wooden pallets were also donated to build animal shelters.
  • On August 15, 2020 Pueblo Mall plans to partner with local organizations to help the community recycle paper documents, while also protecting against identity theft, by shredding old documents.
  • While we are proud of what we have accomplished so far, we are always working to institute new programs designed to decrease our carbon footprint, reduce waste, conserve natural resources, reduce our energy use, and save money.

    Look for the SEE Centennial logo to identify initiatives that support our commitment to the environment.