Find out where to take items that can’t be recycled in your curbside bin.
Here is the Household Hazardous Waste collection events.
Including household items that are toxic or hazardous, but not limited to: gasoline, cleaning agents, full or partially full aerosol cans, antifreeze, etc.
The following drop-off locations are available thanks to the
Salt Lake County Health Department. These locations accept fluorescent light bulbs of all shapes and types.
(Library locations only accept bulbs that are 4 feet or shorter.)
Salt Lake County recycles glass through our local glass recycler, Momentum Recycling:
Momentum Recycling658 South 4050 West
Glass can be recycled in Salt Lake County through one of two methods:
Untreated wood scraps, trees, leaves, grass clippings (no sod), leaves, etc.
your waste provider to see if they offer curbside green-waste collection
Many grocery stores accept more than just plastic grocery bags for recycling. Check with your local store to confirm which types of plastic film they are accepting!
Some other commonly accepted types of plastic film may include bubble wrap, clean sandwich/Ziplock baggies, bread bags, produce bags, newspaper bags, and more.
Most stores will not accept cereal bags, cracker bags, and food wrappers.
The Clever Octopus is a creative reuse center that will take anything from craft supplies to screwdrivers to PVC pipes. Take a look at their wish list!