Newspapers, Magazines, Letters, Cans, Plastic,
The best all-around guide to drop-off recycling throughout Utah is the Recycling
Coalition of Utah . If you prefer to call, they also have a recycling
answer line at (801) 832-1157.
If you live in Salt Lake City, you have access to residential curbside
information about Salt Lake City's program.
If you live outside of Salt Lake City, but within Salt Lake County,
recycling information is available at the Salt
Lake Valley Waste Management Facility, or one can call the recycling
hotline (801) 974-6902.
If you live in Ogden, you also have access to curbside recycling.
More information about Ogden's program .
This site is useful because it also lists recycling drop-off sites.
Park City has a recycling drop-off center.
More information about recycling in Park City
Please do not bring any newspapers, magazines, archive items,
environmental documents, old letters or any other recycling items to the
Utah Chapter Office. We DO NOT have access to recycling containers at the
office, and staff must take recycling materials home in order to recycle
them. We do not have filing space or room for archival materials related to
the environmental movement or the Utah Chapter. If you have such materials
that you would like to see preserved, we suggest you take them directly to
the Special Collections and
University Archives Department of the Merrill Library at Utah State
University. Their address is Merrill Library, Utah State University, Logan,
Utah 84322-3000. Their phone number is (435) 797-2663.
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