Our Vision

A healthy community reduces, reuses, recycles, and rethinks its way towards zero waste.

Recycle

There are two ways to recycle in Teton Valley, Idaho. You can bring your recyclables to the Transfer Station in Driggs, or you may pay for curbside pick-up through RAD, who currently holds the county’s waste hauler contract.

Sorted and recyclable items are collected in various locations at the Transfer Station.

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Reuse

Teton County, Idaho has established a recycle/salvage program in order to reduce the amount of waste transported to the landfill by allowing salvageable items to be removed and reused by citizens. The basis of the program is to allow customers access to specific areas of the transfer station site for the purpose of salvaging and recycling useful items.

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Reduce

REDUCING the amount of waste we produce is more important than recycling it. Here are some helpful tips for reducing waste in your life.

Did you know that Americans create 25 percent more waste between Thanksgiving and Christmas, and nearly double their waste right after Christmas?

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21 hours ago
Teton Valley Community Recycling

Happy New (refurbished) Bike Day to Brook, our second Tin Cup Raffle winner through the #pierrespedalproject. We hope this fine toddler bike will create a lifelong passion for biking as Brook learns to pedal around the neighborhood! Does your kid or your adult neighbor or their kid need a bike? Do you want to get involved in the PPP? Contact @bellerjohn the mastermind and bike wizard behind this fantastic program rescuing abandoned bikes from the transfer station and refurbishing them to their former glory to get more people in need on bikes. He’s happy Tony’s he old bike parts and he’s got some nice bikes just waiting for their new riders. Support PPP by visiting our website tetonrecycling.org. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy New (refurbished) Bike Day to Brook, our second Tin Cup Raffle winner through the #pierrespedalproject. We hope this fine toddler bike will create a lifelong passion for biking as Brook learns to pedal around the neighborhood!  Does your kid or your adult neighbor or their kid need a bike?  Do you want to get involved in the PPP?  Contact @bellerjohn the mastermind and bike wizard behind this fantastic program rescuing abandoned bikes from the transfer station and refurbishing them to their former glory to get more people in need on bikes.  He’s happy Tony’s he old bike parts and he’s got some nice bikes just waiting for their new riders.   Support PPP by visiting our website tetonrecycling.org.
2 days ago
Teton Valley Community Recycling

It’s that time of year again - when you receive a phone book in the mail that you probably don’t want. Since you can’t opt out of this bulk mailing and Teton County Idaho currently can’t recycle them; if you bring them to the Transfer Station, they will be landfilled. Your best option is to bring them to Jackson for recycling where we know they are truly recycled. Victor Post Office also has a bin to collect unwanted phone books. We think their recycling all goes back to SLC but we haven’t been able to confirm the ultimate end destination. You can try to donate them to a hotel for visitors, but in the era of google, we just don’t think they’re used enough to merit one being delivered to every single household. One idea is to encourage some of the businesses with full page ads to consider reallocating these funds for youth sports or some other community venture. Eventually the last paper phone book will be printed. We’re not exactly sure when. #reducereuserecycle #roadtozerowastejh #tetonrecycling #tvcr ... See MoreSee Less

It’s that time of year again - when you receive a phone book in the mail that you probably don’t want.  Since you can’t opt out of this bulk mailing and Teton County Idaho currently can’t recycle them; if you bring them to the Transfer Station, they will be landfilled.  Your best option is to bring them to Jackson for recycling where we know they are truly recycled. Victor Post Office also has a bin to collect unwanted phone books. We think their recycling all goes back to SLC but we haven’t been able to confirm the ultimate end destination. You can try to donate them to a hotel for visitors, but in the era of google, we just don’t think they’re used enough to merit one being delivered to every single household.  One idea is to encourage some of the businesses with full page ads to consider reallocating these funds for youth sports or some other community venture. Eventually the last paper phone book will be printed.  We’re not exactly sure when.  #reducereuserecycle #roadtozerowastejh #tetonrecycling #tvcrImage attachment

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