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)||–||–||–||0||0||47,475||17|
|Recycling and Composting Facilities (64 KB)||9,037||2,047||0||11,084||263,053||724,748||37|
 Tonages for Transfer Stations are not shown because the waste is accounted for at the destination landfill.
 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.
 Totals do not include waste disposal at landfills not regulated by the State of Utah.