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The Wonder of Water

Water, our beloved resource we fail to appreciate yet need to exist. Without it, we’d fail to survive past three days. While our direct water use is on average 100 gallons/day through toilets, cooking, drinking, laundry and b Continue Reading...

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Gallery Mar Supports 100 Mile Meal

100 Mile Meal brings together local farmers, purveyors and chefs to create a truly magical evening. Recycle Utah is grateful to have sponsors who enjoy this event as much as we do. We asked Continue Reading...

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Ethical Cooking Oils

by Mary Closser Have you ever wondered how ethical your favorite cooking oil is? A daily amount of these fatty liquids are necessary for our body, ski Continue Reading...

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Don’t be a Litter Bug

Plastic bags and cigarette butts. The two most littered items in the world, and neither are biodegradable.  According to the Ocean Conservancy the single most collecte Continue Reading...

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The Sustainable Art of Tidying Up

Thanks to the popular Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, households across the country are cleaning out closets and reducing clutter. But, where is all of the cleared out clutter going? Continue Reading...

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Park City Storage Down to Earth

By Mary Closser Park City Storage opened its doors in 2009 with a mission to keep possessions safe and help make relocation easy. Locally owned and community focused, this Continue Reading...

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Zest For Zero: Riverhorse On Main

Riverhorse originated over 20 years ago but, was purchased by Seth Adams, co-owner and chef in 2011. The restaurant joined the Green Business program in December 2017 with the following goals to date: Continue Reading...

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