News: Green Waste Collection will begin on March 14th. It is never too late to sign up for this program. Visit our Green Waste webpage for more information.

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The green waste program is a huge success. For details about curbside green waste collections, click here.

We received a 95.4% customer satisfaction rating from our residents for 2015. See full summary of results here.

Collection Services Will Take Place on Labor Day

We will be collecting curbside refuse, recycling and green waste carts on Labor Day (Monday, September 5th). However, our offices will be closed that day. Collection services will not be impacted that week.

New Glass Recycling Drop-off Site in Magna!

Wasatch Front Waste & Recycling District is pleased to announce a new glass recycling drop-off site in Magna. The container is located at 3270 South 8400 West, at the Magna Recreation Center. This location represents the 8th glass collection site within the District. Our other glass collection sites can be found on our Glass Recycling webpage. Other valley-wide recycling drop-off locations can be found at

We remind residents that these collection sites are for glass jars and bottles only - no ceramics, Pyrex, light bulbs, windows, or mirrors. Also, please remember to remove the corks or lids; and ensure that your jars/bottles are placed inside the container and not left to the side.

For questions regarding our recycling programs, or community outreach/education programs, contact Jeffrey Summerhays at (385) 468-6337.

We are expanding our Curbside Glass Collection Services!

Our Curbside Glass Recycling Program is expanding into East Millcreek, Mount Olympus Cove, Holladay, Cottonwood Heights, and a portion of Murray. The program should be available for all District customers within the next few years. For more information on the program, visit our Curbside Glass Recycling Collection page.

In the News:

Fox13 broadcast a news feature about Utah's recycling industry. It provides a lot of good information about how recylable materials is processed, and also includes wonderful tips on how customers can make a positivie impact. It can be viewed here.