Category: Solid Waste

Disposal Facilities, Recyclers and Disposal Volumes:
Solid Waste Program

The following are facilities regulated by Utah, showing location, contact information, and disposal information. Compost Facilities (92 KB) Incinerators (77 KB) Operating Landfills (129 KB) Closed Landfills (347 KB) Post-closure Landfills (87 KB) Recycling Facilities (87 KB) Transfer Stations (89 KB) 2018 Non-Hazardous Solid Waste Disposal for Utah Facilities Municipal Tons C/D Tons Industrial Tons …

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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

Jump to … Accomplishments Comments Documents Highlights 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 …

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Solid Waste Program

2019 Financial Assurance Inflation Adjustment Jump to: Technical Assistance Public Assistance EPA Documents Comments 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 …

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Recycling/Waste Reduction/Reuse Program

Jump to: Household Wastes Household Hazardous Wastes Non-Recyclables Recyclables Waste Reduction & Reuse Business Wastes Forms Hazardous Waste Scrap Metal Solid Non-Hazardous Waste Solvents Universal Waste Used Oil 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 …

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