Recycle Utah Blog
By Megan Nick
The question we’ve all been wondering, are paper towels or hand dryers better for the environment? Unfortunately, the answer isn’t that clear. Paper towels and hand dryers both have their fair share of pros and cons.
Plastic recycling has been a hot topic this past year. But, what can you do about it?
First, reduce your plastic
By: Joshua Meyers
Golf courses have potential to drain and damage our environmental resources, but there is good news. Many golf courses across the nation are aiming for sounder environmental choices. Read on to learn of the interesting changes starting to occur.
By: Mary Closser
A hidden treasure opened doors in June of 2017, Twisted Fern. The owner and head chef, Adam Ross, is dedicated to the environment and continuously finds ways to mix it into all portions of his business. Honoring the roots of fresh ingredients with creativity and quality, Twisted Fern is pRead More
Recycle Utah’s Education Director Receives Recognition from the Utah Society for Environmental Education.
PARK CITY, UT – Recycle Utah’s Education Director Mary Closser will be named the 2018 Vern A. Fridley Non-Formal Environmental Educator of the Year Award. This award honors individuals who have made a major contribution to Environmental Education in Utah. Closser will be recognized September 15
By Megan Nick
Did you know that flying coast to coast generates 20% of the greenhouse gases your car emits for a whole year? Did you also know that there is a way to minimize the impact your transportation habits have on the planet? Carbon offsets can help reduce your carbon footprint by supporting existing projects that are helping fight climate change! Here areRead More
Recycle Utah celebrates over 70 businesses in their Green Business Program. In its 3rd year the Green Business program includes everything from restaurants and hotels to construction companies and doctor’s offices. While the businesses may vary drastically, they all have one thing in common; their commitment to improving their own sustainability work and to lessening their negative impact on our environment.
Businesses muRead More
Park City Signs started in 1982 and was recently acquired by new owners, Liz and Eric Myers. They are committed to their business and the environment! Their quality signs can be seen all over town as window graphics, construction signs, car wraps and more and in every imaginable medium from vinyl and wood to metal. Park City Signs’ staff is committed to reducing, reusing and recycling wherever possible.