In Teton Valley, you can drop off recyclables at the transfer station in Driggs, or you can pay for curbside recycling and garbage pickup service through RAD Curbside. If you take your recycling to other counties, such as Jackson, WY, there are some differences in what they accept. Check their websites for more information.

Please note that the Teton County, Idaho transfer station is now open to the public on Tuesdays-Friday from 8am-3pm, and Saturdays from 8am-1pm. Visit Teton County, ID's website.



  • Join us for our annual Trash Bash celebration & fundraiser, "TRASHO'WEEN," on Saturday, October 24th!
    • WANTED: Trashionistas and DIY enthusiasts for TVCR’s TRASHO’WEEN at the Driggs City Center/Senior Center: Click here to read our press release (pdf download). 
    • Learn about our inaugural Upcycle Teton Valley Sale at the event: Click here for application (pdf download). APPLICATION DEADLINE OCTOBER 17TH!
    • VOLUNTEER: Your help is much needed and appreciated. Receive free entry and a raffle ticket for hundreds of dollars in prizes, including a Targhee winter season pass. Click here to volunteer.
  • Click here to read our latest e-newsletter about Teton County's new waste hauler contract with R.A.D. Curbside, recycling efforts at Victor Elementary, and our report on our outdoor composting workshop!

  • Read our blog/Teton Valley News' monthly columns and Op Ed pieces about recycling and garbage pick-up and other recycling news at the Teton County transfer station/recycling center.


TVCR featured in the 1% for the Tetons Video Blitz!

TVCR was one of the featured nonprofits in the 2014 1% for the Tetons Video Blitz. Amateur filmmakers "Elucid" created this fantastic video about recycling in Teton Valley. We love the fact that this video used "recycled" clips from the past to tell the story of recycling.


Or click the link below to access the video.



Support businesses that support recycling! TVCR would like to thank the following premium sponsors of TVCR who help us provide sustaining resources for waste reduction in Teton Valley.