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Briefs Nov. 7-10, 2007

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Eleven Park City hotels and condominiums win Recycle Utah’s sustainability awards

Each November, Recycle Utah gives a Summit County business the Recycler of the Year Award. This award is given to the business that has made the most progress in adopting sustainable business practices.

But sustainability is everyone’s business. Therefore, Recycle Utah has expanded its awards program to honor every business that is partnering with the group on the road to sustainable business practices.

Recycle Utah congratulates the following hotels and condominium hotels for attaining Level I or II in the road map to sustainability: Black Diamond, Deer Valley Club, Goldener Hirsch, Marriott’s Mountain Side, Marriott’s Summit Watch, Park City Peaks Hotel, Silver Star, Stein Eriksen Spa, The Lodges at Deer Valley, Trail’s End Lodge and The Washington School Inn.

Recycle Utah endeavors to stay up to date with the recycling programs of all businesses. If they have out left a hotel or condominium program in error, please call 649-9698 or visit http://www.recycleutah.org .

Wanship woman receives DPS Medal of Excellence

Jackie Ball of Wanship received the "Medal of Excellence Award" at the annual Department of Public Safety Awards Banquet on Friday, Nov. 2, at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi. Ball was recognized for her outstanding service to the public at the Heber Driver License Office. Ball has worked as an examiner since August 2005 and recently was promoted to the position of Hearing Officer for the Wasatch and Summit County areas. The department congratulates Ball for her dedication and the professionalism she provides to the public.

Where Summit County residents can recycle

Summit County residents have several choices to make sure their recyclables don’t end up in the county landfills.

The Summit County Commissioners have established a pilot program to offer curbside recycling pickup to residents. Bins and weekly pickup are funded through property taxes. Look for your neighborhood on the following lists and call the Summit County Department of Public Works to start your service.

All residents are welcome to drop off their recycling at Recycle Utah in Park City. The center, located on Woodbine Way behind the old Anderson Lumber off of Kearns Blvd, accepts any color glass, aluminum cans, paper, newspaper, books, plastic, cardboard and paperboard, any metal, batteries, CDs & DVDs, mercury-containing items, moving boxes, and EPS blocks of foam.

Computers & other e-waste are accepted at the center year-round. Drop-off is free of charge with the exception of monitors and TVs which are $5-10 each to defray the cost of the proper disposal of toxins.

Recycle Utah maintains two free large bins, one for aluminum cans and one for mixed paper. These bins are located behind the fire station in Coalville and in the Wal-Mart parking lot in Kimball Junction.

Mixed paper bins are located in Kamas behind the Summit County Library and in Heber in the Smith’s parking lot. For more information contact Recycle Utah, 649-9698.

If your neighborhood is not in the pilot curbside pickup program, and you wish to pay for recycling pickup, call your local recycling haulers to make arrangements: Good Earth Recycling, Joe Kernan, 655-0272 or Shirin Spangenberg, 901-2568.


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