Salt Lake City
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Highlights & Announcements
What Belongs in the Blue Bin?
Learn which materials are recyclable in Salt Lake City and which items do NOT belong in your blue bin.
What Belongs in the Compost Bin?
Information about materials that belong in your brown curbside compost can.
Need an Extra Compost Bin?
Earth Day Events
Join SLCgreen in celebrating the 51st Annual Earth Day this April 22, 2021. We’re getting ready for this important day alongside our partners and community members.
SLCgreen Internship Program
Are you interested in interning with the SLC Sustainability Department? Click to learn more.
100% Renewable Electricity
Click here to learn about the Community Renewable Energy Act and how Salt Lake City is working towards a Climate Positive future.
A Better Neighborhood Cleanup Program
Click here for more information on the annual cleanup program, Call 2 Haul.
Keep Recycling: Corrugated Cardboard
Of the 780 tons of material that Salt Lake City collects per month, 273 tons is corrugated cardboard. Find out more about how Salt Lake City recycles this valuable resource.
SLCgreen Thanks Director Vicki Bennett for 20 Years of Service
Vicki Bennett’s remarkable 20-year career with Salt Lake City Corporation reflects the changes in local and national work to protect the environment and act on climate. As director, Vicki has overseen SLCgreen’s work to reduce carbon emissions, improve city-wide waste diversion, support air quality initiatives, ensure that the City is prioritizing community sustainability, and direct equitable […]
Join Our AMA: Salt Lake City’s Progress on Achieving 100% Clean Electricity
Salt Lake City and 22 other Utah communities are making exciting progress towards a transition to net-100% clean electricity by 2030. This means that our electric grid will be shifting to clean energy, helping us reduce our community carbon emissions and build community resiliency. On top of that, Salt Lake City is also working towards achieving […]
Happy Earth Day!
This year we thought it’d be fun to imagine taking advantage of many of Salt Lake City’s programs to help lead a more sustainable life. Come along for the ride. . . perhaps you’ll discover something new!