Category: Solid Waste

Wasatch County Recycling Information

City and Landfill Sites with Recycling Information Curbit Recycling Dunn Recycling Electronics Recyclers To recycle electronic waste, residents should refer to the closest electronic waste facilities to their home listed in Cache, Weber, Davis, Salt Lake, Summit, Utah, or Washington Counties. Some electronics recyclers may charge for certain items – please check with the recycler …

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Washington County Recycling Information

City and Landfill Sites with Recycling Information BluCan Curbside Recycling SURC Washington County Solid Waste Electronics Recyclers Some electronics recyclers may charge for certain items – please check with the recycler directly to determine if you will be charged to recycle your items. Best Buy844 West Telegraph StreetWashington, 84780(435) 627-8418 Staples963 South Bluff StreetSt. George, …

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Wayne County Recycling Information

City and Landfill Sites with Recycling Information Wayne County Landfill Electronics Recyclers To recycle electronic waste, residents should refer to the closest electronic waste facilities to their home listed in Cache, Weber, Davis, Salt Lake, Summit, Utah, or Washington Counties. N/A County Contacts SW Utah Health DepartmentKevin Kunz (kevin@swcs.org), WCSW District Manager(435) 673-3528 Scott Chesnut, …

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Weber County Recycling Information

City and Landfill Sites with Recycling Information City of Ogden Recycling Household Hazardous Waste Household Hazardous Waste Information867 West Wilson LaneOgden, Utah 84401(801) 399-8358 | (801) 399-8803 Electronics Recyclers Some electronics recyclers may charge for certain items – please check with the recycler directly to determine if you will be charged to recycle your items. …

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Disposal Facilities, Recyclers and Disposal Volumes:
Solid Waste Program

The following are facilities regulated by the State of Utah. The following tables show information on the location, facility contacts, and disposal tonnages. Incinerators (48 KB) All Operating Landfills (125 KB) 2020 Non-Hazardous Solid Waste Disposal for Utah Comments For more information, please contact Brian Speer (bspeer@utah.gov): (801) 536-0219.

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Solid Waste Documents:
Solid Waste Program

Acceptable Wastes for Class IV Landfills (2012) (40 KB) Activities on Closed Landfill (2012) (38 KB) Asphalt Disposal and Recycling Guidance (2012) (25 KB) Class I or V Landfill Permit Application and Checklist (2013) (114 KB) MS Word (85 KB) Class II Landfill Permit Application Package and Checklist (2013) (104 KB) MS Word (75 KB) …

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Management of Solid and Hazardous Waste in Utah

Jump to: Mission Division Programs Used Oil Waste Facilities Disposing Waste Chemical Agent Program Mission of the Division of Waste Management and Radiation Control The Division of Waste Management and Radiation Control, under the Department of Environmental Quality, ensures the proper management of solid and hazardous waste and operates under the authority of the following …

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Waste Tire Program

In response to a growing concern for increased stockpiles of waste tires and past experiences with waste tire stockpile fires, the Utah Legislature passed the Utah Waste Tire Recycling Act in 1990. Consequently, the waste tire recycling program is first and foremost a recycling program for used truck and passenger vehicle tires. Prior to 1990, …

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Solid Waste Program

The Solid Waste Program administers permitting and compliance programs for non-hazardous solid waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities throughout the State. Other areas of activity include technical, and public assistance. Along with the local health departments throughout the State, the Solid Waste Program provides a response to questions of improper disposal of solid waste and …

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Recycling/Waste Reduction/Reuse

Many businesses, educators, students, individuals, and civic leaders realize the importance of recycling. According to the EPA and the National Recycling Coalition, if U.S. recycling levels can reach 75%, it will be equivalent to the environmental benefit of removing 50 million cars from the road each year and will generate 1.5 million new jobs. Improving …

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Garfield County Recycling Information

City and Landfill Sites with Recycling Information Southern Utah Recycling Coalition Contact Brian BremnerGarfield County Waste(435) 676-1119 Electronics Recyclers To recycle electronic waste, residents should refer to the closest electronic waste facilities to their home listed in Cache, Weber, Davis, Salt Lake, Summit, Utah, or Washington Counties. Some electronics recyclers may charge for certain items …

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Recycling: This Earth Day, Let’s Get Back to Basics

Wondering what you can and can’t put in your blue recycling bin? Guest blogger Sophia Nicholas from Salt Lake City Sustainability lets you know how you can reduce, reuse, and recycle right.by reducing your consumption of disposable items, reuse what you can, and then recycle, but in the right way.

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Talking Trash at DEQ

Interview with Matt Sullivan Most of us take our trash to the curb for pickup and don’t really consider where it goes after that. But did you know that the landfill that accepts your trash has to meet and maintain rigorous environmental standards to protect soils, ground water, and air? We asked Matt Sullivan, an …

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Make It a “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” Holiday

By Deborah Ng The holidays are a season for giving. So why not give something that helps the environment at the same time? Here at the Division of Waste Management and Radiation Control, we teach about the 3R’s: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Careful consideration during the purchase of gifts will reduce the amount of useless …

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DEQ Leads by Example through its Green Team

[Originally published September 10, 2014] By Donna Kemp Spangler You don’t have to look too hard to find a group of employees dedicated to improving the Utah Department of Environmental Quality’s overall environmental impact. After all, “protecting and enhancing” Utah’s environment is at the core of what we do here at DEQ. An organization’s Green …

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