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 Can?
Click here to learn which materials can and cannot go into your curbside compost can.
2019 Waste & Recycling Survey
See the results from the waste rates and services survey, as well as the timeline of the budget process.
Do you have glass recycling? See how you can participate in Momentum Recycling’s voluntary curbside program and find out more about Salt Lake City glass drop-off locations.
Proposed Electric Vehicle Readiness Ordinance
Learn about the EV Readiness Ordinance, as well as submit feedback on proposed changes.
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.
For the Love of Good Food: Checking in with Salt Lake City’s Resident Food Equity Advisors
As we all work through reimagining the Thanksgiving holiday, the city’s Resident Equity Advisors are hard at work making sure everyone in our community – families, elderly, children, and all individuals suffering from food hardship have access to a healthy, nutritious food.
Salt Lake City and Momentum Recycling Unveil New Public Art Piece
To celebrate the importance of glass recycling in the community, Salt Lake City and Momentum Recycling unveiled on Nov. 18 a new dumpster at the Liberty Park drop-off location featuring a hand-painted, wrap-around mural of Utah red rock arches by local artist Josh Scheuerman.
Celebrate America Recycles Day November 15!
America Recycles Day is particularly worth celebrating this year because, even during a pandemic, recycling is one of the easiest and best ways to help the planet!
Tricks & Treats: Have a Safe and Sustainable Halloween
This year, we’re all having to take steps to protect our community from the coronavirus. But that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop – plus, changing up the Halloween traditions gives us a chance to make the holiday more sustainable!