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Blue Recycling Can: What is accepted?

Do not place any type of plastic bag in your

blue recycling bin


no Plastic 2
No Bags 1


Anything not shown below should be thrown in the regular black trash can.

Remember "WHEN IN DOUBT, THROW IT OUT!" If you have any questions, regarding what's recyclable, please call our Sustainability Coordinator at (385) 468-6337

Plastic Tubs, Jugs, & Bottles


Tin/Steel, Aluminum, & Empty Aerosol Cans


Cardboard, Mixed Paper, Newspaper, Paper Boxes, & Paper Bags



Recycle Right Tool

Not sure where to recycle an item? Type any material into the Recycle Right tool to see how to dispose of it properly. Download the WFWRD application on your Android or iOS device to gain quick access to the Recycle Right tool. 

Due to COVID-19 concerns, please contact drop-off locations before dropping off materials or items. Some drop-off depots listed may not be available at this time. 

Household Hazardous Waste Disposal

801-597-0745 or 385-468-3862

(Paint, Oil, Gasoline, Antifreeze, Batteries, Propane, Fluorescents, Chemicals & Electronics)

          6030 W. California Ave. (1300 S.)
          Mon-Sat 7:00 to 5:00 pm
          Closed on Sunday's & All Holidays

          10473 S Bacchus Hwy. 
          Mon-Sat 7:00 to 6:00 pm
          Closed on Sunday's & All Holidays



How Clean is Clean Enough?

  • Does anything drip or leak out of your recyclable item? If yes, pour it out and dry before placing it in the blue can
  • Do not run your recyclables in the dishwasher
  • One good wipe with a paper towel or dishrag is good enough for the recycling can
  • Ask yourself, "Can what is still in here smear or soil other paper recyclables?" If yes, then it’s too dirty to recycle
  • If cleaning a recyclable item would take too much water, then throw it out

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