Recyclers heads up: Fair begins today, bins are gone for a week

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – The recycling bins at the fairgrounds will be unavailable beginning today through Sunday, July 30 to make room for county fair activities.

In the meantime, recyclables may be taken to nearby community recycling sites in the parking lot of the Teton County/Town of Jackson Recreation Center on East Gill Ave, or in the southwest corner of the Albertsons parking lot.

Community recycling sites are for residential use only. During the busy summer season, it is especially important to conserve bin space by flattening your cardboard boxes. If the bins are full, bring recyclables to the Recycling Center at 3270 S. Adams Canyon—two miles south of High School Road on S. Highway 89.


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