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Why Zero Waste

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Why Zero Waste

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Teton County is uniquely positioned to serve as a regional and national leader in zero waste. As home to the Tetons and a destination for over 3.5 million annual visitors to this treasured natural landscape, we are poised to inform and influence a broad audience.

We are doing so already. Teton County businesses, residents and visitors currently divert 34% of their discarded materials from the landfill through reuse, recycling and composting. In many places across our Nation, recycling and other waste diversion is mandatory. Achieving 34% through a completely voluntary program is commendable and allows many opportunities for improvement.

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Strengths and Opportunities identified by an independent consultant, Skumatz Economic Research Associates, Inc., “Jackson Community Recycling Long Range Plan,” 2010.