Bin Size + Quantity
Depending on the volume of recyclables you generate, choose the container size that best suits your needs.
Then assess how much space you have for the bins or dumpsters using the dimensional data below:
Other companies have you sign a 3-year contract. If you don’t cancel before it auto-renews, you may be stuck with a service provider who doesn’t fit your needs.
You can adjust your service at anytime. We simply ask that you provide a 90-day notice before cancelling service.
No hidden fees.
We’ve all been there: you sign-up and BAM! – here come all of the fees you were not told about. Nobody likes hidden fees – and neither do we. So when you compare quotes, make sure you are comparing apples-to-apples to avoid surprises later when your bill arrives.
Let us do the heavy lifting! We know it’s time-consuming to have to pull your bins through the building and out to the curb every week (or multiple times per week), so let our friendly staff service your entire building without you having to lift a finger.
Monitor Your Diversion.
Track how many pounds of each material your organization diverts from the landfill each month. Our free reporting tool shows you how your collection volumes equate to the elimination of carbon emissions.
Plus, you can share these reports with members of your organization to set goals & encourage participation, or you can share them with your customers to show them specific metrics regarding your sustainability efforts.
Our straightforward pricing is simply per-collection.
Choose the Bin Quantity and Pickup Frequency that’s right for you:
Can I modify my service later if I need to? (bin quantity + pickup frequency)
Answer: Of course! Just reach out to us and we will adjust your service level right away. There are no fees involved.
Does the Diversion Reporting & Monitoring cost extra?
Answer: Nope! – we provide these reports to every customer so that they can monitor their progress and share their diversion stats with colleagues and customers.
Can you service my location within a set time window?
Answer: Our Logistics Team works hard to ensure that we are operating our routes in the most efficient manner and with the fewest emissions possible. We route stops according to their geographical location primarily, but if there are days and times when your containers can’t be made accessible, we will do our best to accommodate your needs – no problem.
Do you offer internal service?
Answer: Yes! – If it is more convenient for your daily operations to have us come inside and pull the bins out to be serviced, we do offer internal service for just $5.50/bin per pickup.
How do I pay for services? When am I invoiced?
Answer: Service fees are due prior to the 1st day of each month for the services scheduled in the upcoming month. Monthly fees of $100-or-less are required to be paid via credit card. Monthly fees greater than $100 may be paid via credit card or check. (We ask that you please notify us of any billing concerns or disputes prior to the last day of the month in question.)
We are recycling newbies... Can you help us craft our recycling program?
Answer: Yes! – We provide free recycling systems process & design consulting services to our customers. Opening a new location? Looking to add a new service? – we’re here to help!
Do I have to rinse or remove labels?
Answer: All recyclables need to be clean, dry and free of any food residue before being placed in a mixed recycling bin.
What items can go in the mixed recycling?
Answer: It is often difficult to remember all of the ins-and-outs of recycling, which is why we provide a Resource Center on our site that includes signage you can use to help everyone in your organization properly recycle. Please note that glass is collected separately and that we also offer a green waste collection service for food waste.
Why can’t glass go in the mixed recycling?
Answer: Salt Lake County’s local Material Recycling Facility (MRF) is unable to source-separate and process glass at their facility. Glass is very difficult to remove (think needles in a haystack) once the small shards find their way into the mixed recyclables – which then devalues the recycled commodities later when resold into the market. Glass also breaks fairly easily, and tends to then become very sharp, posing a significant risk to the person that handles and/or sorts the material. Lastly, when source-separated, more glass is captured in the process and able to be recycled.
Where do the recyclables go?
Answer: We deliver the mixed recyclables to Waste Management’s materials recovery facility (MRF, pronounced “murf”) right here in Salt Lake City where they are processed.
Please message us at anytime or
call us M-F 9-5 at (801) 355-0334.