What Can I do With Old Clothes?
If you have old clothing, please consider “reuse” by selling these yourself or donating usable clothing (without tears, holes, burns, etc.) to charity groups (Goodwill Industries , Salvation Army (External Link), Deseret Industries, etc.). Damaged items, including fabric scraps, cannot be resold by these organizations. It takes valuable time and effort away from their good work to separate these from the usable items. If you have such damaged fabrics simply place them in with you regular trash and they will be incinerated at the waste-to-energy facility.

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1. What is Recycling?
2. What are My Recycle Pick-up Days?
3. What Recyclable Materials are Accepted at the Curbside Pick-up?
4. Why are Plastic Bags No Longer Acceptable for Recyclables?
5. Are the Blue Recycle Bins Manadatory for Recycling?
6. What is the Process for Curbside Recycling?
7. Can I get another Blue Recycling Bin?
8. How Can I do a tour of the WTE and the Landfill?
9. What are Rigid Plastics?
10. What Are Unacceptable Recycling Materials?
11. What Can I do With Old Clothes?
12. What Happens to My Household Haardous Waste After I've Dropped if off at the City Hazardous Material Recycling Event?
13. Can I Recycle Electronics?
14. How Do I Dispose of Fire Extinguishers?
15. Can I Recycle Light Bulbs?
16. What do I do with Latex/Water Base Paint?
17. What do I do with Enamel/Oil-based Paint/Stain?
18. What do I do with old batteries?
19. What do I do with used motor oil?