Waste & Recycling
September 8 Storm Debris Information: Clear branches and debris from your home by requesting up to two extra compost cans for temporary placement. Fill out this form or call 801-535-6999 to request.
Salt Lake City will be helping clear large tree debris from the side of the road over the coming weeks. Please visit the Wind FAQ page for more information.
COVID-19 Update: Salt Lake City’s waste & recycling services are continuing uninterrupted at this time. This includes our garbage, recycling, and compost container collection. The Education Team is also out checking containers.
The Waste & Recycling office is closed to the public. Please email email@example.com or call 801-535-6999 for waste questions.
The Call 2 Haul bulk waste program continues to operate. To request a collection, please call 801-535-6953, fill out the request form here, or email Call2Haul@slcgov.com
The Salt Lake Valley Landfill’s Household Hazardous Waste drop-off facility has returned to normal operating hours and is now open to the public Monday – Saturday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. (excluding County holidays). Visit their website for COVID changes and other information.
Report Illegal Dumping
To report illegal dumping in Salt Lake City, call (801) 535-6999 or download the mobile app: for iPhone or for Android.
Log in to your SLC Account
Access your Waste & Recycling and Water Billing account. Add glass recycling or downsize your garbage can.
Information about your curbside sanitation services in Salt Lake City, including your blue recycling can, brown compost can, green garbage can and grey glass recycling can.
Curbside glass recycling is available in Salt Lake City! Sign up for curbside collection or find a drop off location.
Recycling signage resources for use in your home, workplace, or for events.
Hard to Recycle Materials
Information on responsible household hazardous waste, e-waste, pharmaceutical waste and fluorescent/CFL disposal.
Information about business & multi-family recycling in Salt Lake City, including authorized waste haulers.
Recycling Drop-Off Locations
If you do not have residential recycling collection, the following drop-off locations are available for mixed recycling.
Master Recycler Program
Learn more about SLCgreen’s special curriculum, offered in the spring, for residents and sustainability practitioners who want to become recycling leaders.
Construction & Demolition
Salt Lake City requires recycling or reuse of waste generated from construction projects. Learn more about the ordinance and download the required forms.
Information on the Special Events Waste Management Plan, post assessment and best practices.
SLC’s Waste Collection History
Have you ever been curious about Salt Lake City’s garbage system? Learn more about the history of waste collection in Salt Lake City.