Rocky Mountain Recycling Transportation

Rocky Mountain Recycling’s Transportation Team includes a great group of drivers committed to servicing all our customers. They are hard-working, punctual and dedicated to taking care of your concerns in a safe and timely way.

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Wrapping paper pours in to local recycling facility

After all the work Santa Claus put into giving children what they want, Larry Gibbons and his team pick up where the elves left off. “We get a lot of boxes as you can imagine,” said Gibbons, “the wrapping paper, the plastic, all of those things. We see a huge increase in all of that.”

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Kaysville officials see next steps of recycling program

KAYSVILLE — What started as a cereal box in a Kaysville home, may some day be paper towels made in India. What is now a can of Mountain Dew in Mayor Steve Hiatt’s hand, may in two months be another can of Mountain Dew in Mayor Steve Hiatt’s hand. Cardboard will become more cardboard, junk […]

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New recycling machine makes the job more efficient

Of all the stuff you throw into your curbside recycling bin, a majority from the Wasatch Front ends up at Rocky Mountain Recycling. The South Salt Lake business expanded its operation, and Tuesday fired up some new state-of-the-art equipment.   

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Wrap it Up

Since adding more plastic to the nation’s trash heap is unsustainable, Rocky Mountain Recycling (RMR) put its collective heads together to find a solution. The resulting trademarked Super Sandwich Bale™ process broadened the company’s reach across the US and changed recycling.

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Super Sandwich Bale™

Let us consider the plastic hanger. Wal-Mart uses millions of them a year – uses them just once and then has to figure out what to do with them, along with the mountains of plastic film, shrink-wrap, shipping pallets, cardboard boxes, trailer tags and other behind-the-scenes detritus of the American shopping experience. Not too long […]

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