Thank you for considering Teton Valley Community Recycling in the Community Foundation of Teton Valley’s Tin Cup Challenge. By supporting Teton Valley Community Recycling through the Community Foundation of Teton Valley’s Tin Cup Challenge, you are ensuring continued advocacy, support and on-the-ground programs that create a healthier, more sustainable community. In turn, you become an active steward of…Details
Teton Valley Community Recycling had an amazing year! And all of this good work and energy couldn’t have happened without your encouragement, support and hard work diverting waste and reducing, reusing and recycling! Please enjoy our 2016 annual report below. Some of our highlights include $16K worth of grants reinvested back into waste division measures, local…Details
See, we told you summer was on its way! And now that it’s here, you may have taken a survey of your surroundings and have come to the full blown conclusion that your yard, regards of whether you own your own ground, or rent, is in some need of little love and attention. I know…Details
Thank you RAD Curbside for your partnership that has helped produce this year’s “Guide to Recycling!” This updated, quick reference resource will be available around town and at events where you will find Teton Valley Community Recycling. Please pick up your new copy this Saturday at the Driggs Arbor Day event starting at 9am! …Details
Community Partners provide drug deactivation system Teton Valley Hospital and Teton Valley Community Recycling have teamed up with a host of community partners in an effort to provide an environmentally sound and safe drug deactivation system. Join us Saturday, May 20th at at the City of Driggs Arbor Day Celebration where we will roll…Details
County realizes a 7.4 percent increase in waste diversion for FY2015/16 This week, Teton County officials reported a 7.4 percent overall increase in waste diverted out of the county waste stream. This puts us at an overall rate of 33.17 percent, up from 25 percent and closer to the national average of 35 percent…Details
The Teton County, Idaho Solid Waste Department is hiring a full time solid waste recycler/equipment operator. Please find the job description here: PW Solid Waste Operator-Recycler 10-11.
To apply or from more information, contact Solid Waste Supervisor Saul Varela at (208) 354-2905 ext:521 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teton Valley Community Recycling has teamed up Habitat for Humanity in Jackson to collect your discarded, worn out, just-won’t fit denim! Now through February 4, bring your denim to the Teton Geotourism Center on Main Street in Driggs (in the 24-hour lobby) and Habitat will recycle your once loved jean jacket into Ultratouch Insulation through…Details
Everyone has one, or two, or maybe even a pile tucked away in some back closet, or shoved into a drawer: old tee shirts, sweaters, clothing that was once loved that now lays thread bare in a dark corner waiting for spring cleaning to begin. Sure you can take those clothes to the See and…Details
Above: Jeannette Boner, the executive director for Teton Valley Community Recycling, poses (front, peach shirt) with other non profit leaders at an event hosted by the Teton Springs Foundation. The gift that will keep on giving What a way to usher in the holidays! Teton Valley Community Recycling was honored to receive a $5,000 grant…Details