Temporary recycling center closure starting today through April 26

JACKSON, Wyo. — As a reminder, there is a temporary closure of the Recycling Center starting today, April 22 and reopening April 27.

Due to upgrades to the electrical system and baler at the Recycling Center, Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling (ISWR) will be temporarily suspending recycling services in Teton County from Thursday, April 22 through Monday, April 26th.

All recycling sites will either be closed, bins removed, or remain unemptied until Tuesday, April 27. The Recycling Center is asking the public and businesses to hold their recycling until the staff is able to service the community recycling sites on Tuesday, April 27.

All sites, including the Rec Center, the Rodeo Grounds, Albertsons, Teton Village, Spring Gulch, the Aspens, Hoback, and the Recycling Center will have bins removed or be unserviced during this time. This closure includes specialty recycling like batteries, shredding, paperback and hardback books, textiles, small scrap metal, and electronics found at the Recycling Center.

Commercial cardboard service will remain unaffected. Cardboard collected on Friday, April 23 and
Monday, April 27 will be delivered to the Transfer Station for storage in trucks until the Recycling Center
upgrades are complete. This is for commercial cardboard service customers only, no personal cardboard drop-off is permitted at the Trash Transfer Station. Personal cardboard should be held until the Recycling Center and community sites reopen on April 27

Contact Teton County ISWR with any questions, 307-733-7678 or visit the website.

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