According to government estimates, Americans produced about 250 million tons of garbage in 2010. Now, of course, recycling can help cut down on the amount of trash we produce. But that's not enough for one Colorado city. Officials there don't just want to decrease the amount of trash, they want to do away with it entirely. Reynolds Wolf shows us how businesses are sorting it all out. Steamboat Springs, Colorado, home of amazing views, snow capped peaks, stunning treelines and mountains of -- garbage? Believe it or not, the connection between these snowy heights, this mound of trash and these overflowing lunch trays are closer than you might think. You see, about three years ago, Steamboat Springs set an ambitious goal. They wanted to eliminate all garbage. They'd recycle or reuse everything. The goal: to be 100 percent waste free by 2014. Here's how it works. Restaurants and town events should use only recycled products.