WEST JORDAN — City residents can bring up to two “bankers boxes” of paper for shredding and residential electronic waste on Saturday, Aug. 10, from 10 a.m.-noon to a city site dedicated to getting rid of the waste.
Documents will be shredded in the west parking lot behind Fire Station No. 52, 7950 S. 1825 West. Hard drives can also be shredded if they have been removed from the computer.
The new residential recycling program will be offered four times each year. Bring proof of residency, such as driver’s license or utility bill.
Two glass recycling drop-off bins are located in the parking lot behind Fire Station 52 at 7950 S. 1825 West and on the side road next to Fire Station 55 at 7725 S. 6440 West.
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