Draper City accepts three items for recycling: corrugated cardboard, plastic bottles and jugs with a neck, and metal food and beverage cans. Other third-party resources are available for other types of recycling as listed below.
Connect / Disconnect Recycling Services
To connect or disconnect your residential recycling services, contact Utility Billing:
Extra recycling containers ($2.50/month) are available on the connect services form or may be obtained by calling 801-576-6504. There is a three month minimum commitment for extra containers.
Recycling Pick-Up Schedule & Map
The City collects recycling on a bi-weekly basis. Your collection days are determined by the neighborhood boundaries. To find your pick-up schedule, type in your address in the Interactive Map or view the PDF maps below:
Don’t bag your recycling items in a plastic bag. A plastic bag of any kind can ruin equipment at the recycling plant.
Don’t overfill your bin or leave the lid open. If the items in your bin become wet from snow or rain, the load may be considered contaminated.
What if my container was missed on pick-up day?
If your container was not emptied on your regularly scheduled pick-up day, call 801-576-6504. New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day could affect your pick-up day. If your pick-up falls on or after the holiday, your pick-up will be delayed by one day for that week only.
What can you put in your Draper City recycling bin?
1. CORRUGATED CARDBOARD – This includes any size material consisting of a fluted corrugated sheet, like shipping boxes and packing boxes. Flatten all boxes and remove packaging items such as Styrofoam, peanuts, bubble wrap, and plastic liners. Do not put paperboard (cereal boxes, shoe boxes), newsprint or junk mail into the bin.
2. PLASTIC BOTTLES AND JUGS WITH A NECK – This includes water bottles and milk gallon containers. Rinse out any residue and put the cap back on. All other plastic material is considered trash. Do not put any other plastic items in the bin.
3. METAL CANS FROM FOOD & BEVERAGE - This includes all food and beverage cans made from aluminum or steel. Rinse out any residue. Do not put any other type of metal in the bin. NOT ACCEPTED: Plastic or paper bags, paper, newspaper, magazines, junk mail, cereal boxes, wax paper, yard waste, clear or Styrofoam boxes, or electronics.
How can you recycle glass, bulk cardboard and paper?
Glass Curbside Recycling Service
Draper City is partnered with Momentum Recycling to provide optional glass curbside recycling. If you opt-in, Momentum will deliver a 35-gallon wheeled can for glass recycling to you. The cost is a one-time setup fee of $25 and the monthly collection service is $8/month. Draper City coordinates the billing so the service is added to your existing utility bill. All colors of glass bottles and jars are accepted, and there is no need to rinse with water or remove labels. Sign up here. View glass recycling collection days here.
Glass Recycling Drop-Off Location
Drop-off glass recycling is available at Draper City Hall at 1020 Pioneer Road. The green dumpster is on southeast side of the parking lot. (Open 24/7)
Bulk Cardboard Recycling
Drop-off bulk cardboard recycling is available at the Draper CityPublic Works Facility at 72 E. Sivogah Court (14525 S). Hours are Monday – Friday 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., excluding holidays. Boxes must be broken down so that they are flat. Due to the Public Works Facility being closed to the public and the gate being locked due to COVID-19, residents will need to call 801-576-6557 when they arrive at the locked gate to be let in to the back for the dumpster.
Paper Product Recycling
Drop-off paper products recycling is available at GreenFiber bins throughout Draper. Do not place items outside of the bin. For questions or concerns about these bins, contact GreenFiber at 801-972-6551.
Items accepted in the paper drop-off bins: Cereal boxes, magazines, office paper, newspaper, junk mail, brown paper bags, construction paper, and cardboard.
GreenFiber paper products recycling drop-off locations: