FULL TIME SOLID WASTE RECYCLER/EQUIPMENT OPERATOR

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 svarela@co.teton.id.us. 01-09-2017 Solid Waste Recycler-Operator AD

Denim Drive at the Geotourism Center!

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…

A new tire rim remover!

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…

We’re live!

Thank you to the CHC Foundation for their generous grant award that allowed Teton Valley Community Recycling to roll out a beautiful, new web site, making this a very happy way to kick off the New Year! This new site will offer the Teton Valley community easy access to all things reduce, reuse and recycling. The site…

Trash Bash Save the Date!

Teton Valley Community Recycling’s annual TRASH BASH fundraiser is Saturday, Oct. 15 from 6-10 p.m. at West Side Yard in Victor! This family friendly event features the valley’s only trashion show. “Project Runway” and sustainable fashion collide as “trashionistas” walk the catwalk in outfits made from everything you can possibly image — recycled VCR tape,…

TVCR Spotlight: WorldCast Anglers: a business leader “Kicking Plastic” one single serving at a time

Teton Valley Community Recycling is inspired by WorldCast Anglers who are leading the way to “Kick Plastic” in Teton Valley. WorldCast purchased this water station that sits outside their shop in Victor. Through this initiative, the small business is eliminating 40-50,000 single serve plastic bottles this summer. Please read below on how TVCR is hoping you will “Bring…