You can collect your recyclables and take them to a
recycling drop off location. We have a few more tips listed
Keep in mind that most public schools in Salt Lake County have a Green Fiber paper recycling bin where you can recycle your paper products. This may be the most convenient material and drop off location for most people residing in a multi-family complex.
Download as a brochure
Speak with your neighbors about the benefits of recycling. The more community support you gain, the higher the priority it becomes for your HOA or landlord.
Look into similar complexes in your area that recycle successfully. Make a few phone calls to the managers of those complexes to find out which collection agencies they use. Find out if your complex's current waste contractor offers recycling.
Anticipate and address concerns your HOA or landlord will have including cost, space and contaminated recycle bins. A combined service may cost less than trash alone, trash bins can be replaced by recycle bins and contamination can be reduced by providing recycling guides to residents.
Speak with your Landlord or HOA about the benefits of recycling. Show them the community support. Discuss their concerns and offer solutions. Provide them the contact information of waste/recycling contractors.
Be persistent. You may need to follow up a multiple times but your efforts will pay off!
Remember: Only your Landlord or HOA Board may set up recycling services.
Many of the items not acceptable in your blue bin may be recycled at specified locations.
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