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Recycling

The best part of recycling is the ability to use something over and over again…or not.

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Ace Recycling and Disposal Review

“Hi, I live in Eagle Mountain. I just wanted to drop you a line telling you how much we appreciate our garbage man. Two weeks ago we were about to go on vacation and forgot to put our garbage can out. By the time we got it out, he was past our house by a…

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Crowd Control Barriers For Salt Lake City, Utah

Ace Recycling and Disposal would be happy to help provide crowd control barriers for your next Salt Lake City event. Our staff is equipped to help meet your needs for your next Salt Lake City event. crowd barrier We offer many crowd control barrier options with both 6′ and 8′ models and vertical bars spaced…

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Halloween Coed 6’s Volleyball Tournament

Adult Coed 6’s (3 females & 3 males) Volleyball Tournament is for A & B level players. Captains’ meeting is at 6:30am play starts immediately after. Teams will participate in pool play and then all teams will go on to a double elimination tournament. Teams will be seeded in the tournament based on win/loss record.…

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Honey Harvest Grantsville Utah

Bring the family to the Honey Harvest Festival at the beautiful Clark Historic Farm! Located in the Beehive State at the foot of Deseret (=”honeybee”) Peak, Grantsville has been a hidden trove of beekeeping for over 150 years. Come and watch beekeeping and historic demonstrations, play in interactive exhibits, listen to the SWEEEET Fiddlin’ Fest,…

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Salt Lake City Waste Disposal

All of our Salt Lake City waste disposal residential customers can receive garbage collection cans from us. Salt Lake City Recycling Please make sure to throw all recycling in your blue cans. If you have hazardous waste to dispose of click here for more information. Green Waste We ask all of our Salt Lake City customers…

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Easy Way to Remove Leaves

The KEY to the above is laying down a net BEFORE THE LEAVES FALL. Rain and sun can get through the leaves and the net so the grass will continue to grow. When the leaves are ALL DOWN, DRAG them into the woods or to a compost pile or to the curb for pickup by…

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