Business briefs for Saturday, Nov. 25
In an effort to convey the ultimate experience of skiing Utah’s Greatest Snow on Earth, Ski Utah has enlisted the expertise of local big mountain skier Kent Hyden to blog about his adventures this season. Hyden will ski all of Utah’s resorts and highlight their various features, including the best spots to find powder, terrain parks, tree skiing, groomed runs, dining, après-ski, backcountry access, the Ski Utah Interconnect Adventure Tour and much more. The blog will also showcase photos and video footage from his days on the slopes. Readers are encouraged to submit comments and questions. Stay updated on Utah skiing through the eyes of a local at http://skiutah.com/blog/
Recycle old Dex phone books
Dex currently is distributing its Park City/Heber City directory, which means it’s time to recycle the outdated one. Last year, area residents recycled 12 tons of Dex phone books, which saved 198 trees, enough landfill space to handle a year’s worth of trash from five households and enough electricity to power five homes for a year. Since 2003, area residents have recycled 36 tons of Dex directories, which would stretch 10 miles if laid end-to-end.
Recycled phone books are used to make insulation, animal bedding, packaging, shipping trays for fruit and a variety of other items, including more phone books. Dex phone books contain up to 40 percent post-consumer recycled material.
Area residents can use the following recycling options:
Deer Valley, Park City and Snyderville Basin: Good Earth Recycling (garage, garageside or curbside).
Heber City: Curb It recycling at The Recycling Zone, 665 W. 100 S., Heber City
Kamas Valley and Park City: County curbside.
Provo and the Wasatch Front: GreenFiber newspaper recycling bins at schools.
Provo, Salt Lake City and Salt Lake County: Curbside recycling bins.
South Salt Lake City and Wasatch Front: BFI Recyclery bins.
A complete list of recycling options can be found by calling toll-free 1-877-2-GET-DEX or go to DexOnline.com/recycle.
Transportation symposium scheduled
The Park City Chamber/Bureau will be hosting a transportation symposium on Dec. 6 at The Yarrow Hotel starting at 8:30 a.m. to address Park City area transportation issues and updates. The event is free of charge and will include complimentary breakfast. Please RSVP by Dec. 1 to Jill Brown at (435) 658-9624 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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$1 million in CARES Act funding has been set aside for Summit County nonprofits, and the Park City Community Foundation is working to organize the fund and how to choose recipients. The goal is to start accepting applications Oct. 14.