South Salt Lake

South-Salt-Lake

Ace Disposal provides garbage collection and recycling services for the City of South Salt Lake, Utah.

City of South Salt Lake Contact Information

CITY OF SOUTH SALT LAKE – 801-483-6014

South Salt Lake Map & Pickup Schedule

WASTE AND RECYCLE MAP

2017 RECYCLE CALENDAR

The calendar is subject to change on holidays depending on landfill closures. If the landfill is closed, all services for the remainder of that week will be delayed by one day.

Recycling Information

For information on acceptable recycling standards for South Salt Lake City, please visit their recycling information office website.

RECYCLE ACCEPTABLE ITEMS

MORE ON MIXED RECYCLING

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Helpful Information & Tips

Please have your garbage or recycling can out the night before or no later than 6:30 am on your service day. If you think your containers have been missed check your neighbors to make sure their containers have been dumped. We only do one side of the street at a time, so if your side of the street has been dumped and your can is still full, call us and we will get it picked up as soon as possible.

Can Placement

Your 95 gallon roll-out container that should be placed in the street with the wheels against the curb or within 2 feet of the blacktop. The handle should be pointed towards the house with the opening of the container faced towards the street, before 6:30 am on the scheduled collection day. Containers should be placed away from overhead obstacles such as tree branches and wires. Containers should also be placed 4 feet apart from other containers and 8 feet from mailboxes, poles, fences, trees, or parked vehicles for easy access.

Unacceptable items for your home garbage can

Please do not put dirt, rock, concrete or sod in the containers. It is too heavy, and could damage our equipment. Other prohibited items include flammable materials such as oil, gas, and paint or hot ashes and coals; hazardous and toxic waste, septic tank waste, unbagged animal waste or explosive and radioactive materials; automotive products including motor oil, tires, and batteries; metal and debris from construction, remodeling, or demolition projects.

Common Questions (missed, extra can etc.)

COMMON ISSUES REGARDING HOUSEHOLD CANS