Entries by Momentum

The Story of the Toy Truck

From the very start of Momentum Recycling, we felt that it was extremely important to establish honest, genial relationships in the communities we serve.  That interface with the community we knew would be afforded by using semi-automated trucks where the driver exits the truck to complete the collection. In his “front-line” role as a truck driver […]

Curbside Glass Recycling Spreading to SL County Neighborhoods

Big News! – We are excited to announce that the curbside glass recycling program is expanding into Salt Lake County neighborhoods!  In partnership with Wasatch Front Waste & Recycling, the new program has already begun servicing the Canyon Rim and Emigration Canyon neighborhoods.  You can sign-up to get your own bin here on Wasatch Front’s […]

Momentum Recycling to Open Recycling Facility in Colorado

The Momentum Recycling family is very proud to announce that we will be opening up a new glass recycling facility in Denver, CO in 2016! Currently, most glass in Colorado does not get recycled – but that is about to change.  Follow this link to read more in Westword’s coverage of this exciting news!  

Jason Utgaard Presents at TEDxSaltLakeCity

Jason Utgaard works here at Momentum Recycling assisting with our community outreach efforts by helping educate area residents on how/where to best recycle their glass, as well as by helping to promote the efforts of local businesses who are actively recycling to divert material from our landfills. A few years ago, Jason founded an online […]

KUER: Salt Lake City Expanding Glass Recycling with New Facility

More Salt Lake City residents are recycling glass since curbside pickup started last fall. Today city officials celebrated the grand opening of a new facility that will increase the city’s capacity to process the glass and yield a more sustainable end product. Listen to KUER 90.1’s coverage here: http://kuer.org/post/city-expands-glass-recycling-new-facility

Salt Lake City Launches Curbside Glass Recycling Program

Salt Lake City residents will now find it easier to recycle their glass waste thanks to a new curbside glass recycling program that begins next month. The program will at first only serve residents who live between State Street and 2100 east. Bins will be delivered in the next couple of weeks before the first […]