Is Jackson Community Recycling part of the county? Is it a non-profit?

Jackson Community Recycling (JCR) is a program of Teton County, (which is why often one will hear JCR referred to as Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling). However, JCR is an Enterprise Fund which means it is self-funded. JCR does not receive or contribute to the general fund. We can accept donations and those donations are tax-deductible. The donations that we receive go straight to recycling programs. We are not considered a non-profit and we do not have a 501c3 number.

Complete the Jackson Hole Community Recycling Membership Form to make a donation.

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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?