How much is Jackson Hole recycling?

Teton County diverts approximately 34% of solid waste from the landfill through recycling, composting and reuse. The Teton County Zero Waste Resolution calls for 60% diversion by 2030. Thank you for recycling and keep up the good work!

2015 Teton County Recycling Tonnages

  • Aluminum Cans: 42 tons
  • Corrugated Cardboard: 1561.4 tons
  • Electronics: 101.3 tons
  • Glass: 1002.2 tons
  • Magazines: 456.6 tons
  • Newspaper: 482.3 tons
  • Office Paper: 192 tons
  • Plastic Bags: 15 tons
  • Plastic Bottles Number 1: 61 tons
  • Plastic Bottles Number 2: 41.1 tons
  • Scrap Metal: 778.6 tons
  • Steel Cans: 51.6 tons
  • Telephone Directories: 28.8 tons
  • Textiles: 106 tons

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1. Can I recycle biodegradable/compostable products?
2. Can I recycle food containers (i.e. salad containers, berry containers) that are labeled Number 1?
3. Where can I recycle fluorescent light bulbs, batteries, cell phones and bear spray?
4. Can I recycle paperboard (cereal boxes, beer containers) or egg cartons?
5. Can I recycle plastic packaging and wrap?
6. Do I need to clean out my containers before recycling?
7. Do I need to destroy my files before recycling my computer?
8. Does Teton County recycle clothes?
9. How do I dispose of electronics? Do I have to pay?
10. How much is Jackson Hole recycling?
11. Is Jackson Community Recycling part of the county? Is it a non-profit?
12. What does the recycling logo mean on plastics?
13. Which costs more - recycling or sending trash to the landfill?
14. Why can’t I recycle number 3 through 7 plastics?
15. Why do I have to separate my recyclables?
16. Why do recycling practices differ from city to city?
17. Can I recycle pizza boxes?