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.

2020 Non-Hazardous Solid Waste Disposal for Utah

Facilities Municipal Tons C/D Tons Industrial Tons Total Tons Compost Tons Tons Diverted to Recycling Number of Facilities
Class I Facilities (64 KB) 2,359,939 213,757 42,040 2,615,736 48,671 18,517 23
Class II Facilities (56 KB) 27,448 18,324 719 46,491 0 6,289 10
Class III Facilities (68 KB) 10,609 0 258,826 269,435 0 8,547 28
Class IV Facilities (68 KB) 26,286 137,642 728 164,656 0 11,610 30
Class V Facilities (56 KB) 875,452 183 387,595 1,263,230 107,345 39,158 10
Class VI Facilities (56 KB) 0 1,107,883 0 1,107,883 0 19 9
Transfer Stations (57 KB)[1] 0 0 47,475 17
Recycling and Composting Facilities (64 KB)[2] 9,037 2,047 0 11,084 263,053 724,748 37
Totals [3] 3,308,771 1,479,836 689,908 5,478,515 419,069 856,363 164

[1] Tonages for Transfer Stations are not shown because the waste is accounted for at the destination landfill.

[2] The overall recycling rate for the State (based on annual reports received in 2020) is 18.9%. This number does not include any recycling facility that is not required to report to the state.

[3] Totals do not include waste disposal at landfills not regulated by the State of Utah.

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For more information, please contact Brian Speer (bspeer@utah.gov): (801) 536-0219.