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About Us

About Us

The Reduce, Reuse, Recycle campaign, which started in 2005, aims to reduce Jackson Hole’s consumption of resources and landfill bound waste through creative educational and awareness-raising activities targeting residents and businesses alike, aiming for a less wasteful and more sustainable community.

History

1980

Solid Waste Advisory Committee tasked with identifying solutions to a landfill space crisis.

1985

Recycling drop-off site run by volunteers

1990

Jackson Community Recycling (JCR) was established as a non-profit recycling organization. A temporary Recycling Center was built on Town of Jackson property on Gregory Lane.

1995

14,000 square foot recycling facility in 1995.

2009

JCR became the Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling (ISWR) division of the Teton County under the Engineering Department.  This division manages and oversees all solid waste services and waste diversion in the county.  Responsibilities of the ISWR include the day-to-day operation of the Recycling Center,