E - Waste Recycling
Sandy City is a partner with several agencies to provide e-waste or electronic recycling for residents. Please visit our e-waste page to see a full list of the accepted devices and locations.
Sandy City residents currently divert 4,080 tons or 10 percent (2013) of their waste into the recycle bin. Quick information at your fingertips can help answer the question about what can and cannot be recycled. Sandy City and Waste Management have developed a quick reference to help residents when sorting through materials. Let's do our part to help recycle!
Glass Recycling in Sandy!
Sandy City is pleased to announce a partnership with Waste Management of Utah, Inc. to provide a glass drop-off location for all residents and businesses. The drop-off is located at Sandy City Public Works at 8775 South 700 West. This service is available Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The glass bin is located adjacent to the salt dome on the north end of the property. If you have problems locating the bin, please check in at the office.
The glass will be taken to a local glass recycler, currently Momentum Recycling that operates in the Salt Lake Valley. Momentum Recycling will turn the post-consumer glass into a high-quality raw material for making a wide range of products, including fiberglass, containers, water filters, and more.
General Rules for Glass Recycling Drop-Off
- Glass bottles and jars ONLY
- All colored glass is acceptable, including broken bottles and jars.
- Empty container of contents and remove lids and corks.
- Do NOT place items outside of the bin.
Do NOT place the following items in the glass recycling bin:
* Light bulbs
* Dishes, plates,
* Pyrex cookware
* Fish tanks
* Bags, boxes,
If you have any questions, please contact Sandy Public Works at 801-568-2999.
Wheels for Wishes
When you donate a car, truck, motorcycle, SUV, RV, or boat, your burden is turned into wishes. Proceeds from the sale of your vehicle donation benefit your local Make-A-Wish and help grant wishes of children diagnosed with life-threatening medical condition. For more information, please click on the following link: