What is my city currently doing about responsible solid waste management?
As a member of Wasatch Integrated Waste Management District, your city is one of the most progressive cities in Utah when it comes to environmentally responsible management of your solid waste. The District operates a modern waste-to-energy facility which uses your waste to supply heat to Hill Air Force Base offsetting the combustion of natural gas. Other programs and projects operated by the District include a landfill gas to energy project, green waste recycling, household hazardous waste recycling and disposal, steel recycling, and availability of recycling bins for residential use. This system currently keeps about 50% of the waste generated in the District from ending up in the landfill. The average recycling rate in Utah is about 5%.

More information about the system operated by Wasatch Integrated can be found at: http://www.wasatchintegrated.org/



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1. Do you have curbside recycling?
2. Will recycling extend the life of our landfill?
3. How does recycling compare to waste-to-energy?
4. What is my city currently doing about responsible solid waste management?
5. Who owns the streets in the City of North Salt Lake?
6. Who do I call for street light repair?
7. What do I do if I have broken sidewalk or curb & gutter in front of my house?
8. I need to turn the water off at the water meter. Can I do that myself?
9. I see water being wasted. Who can I contact?
10. How do I get the street sweeper to clean my street?
11. The storm drain in front of my house is plugged with debris. What do I do?