The City provides automated curbside collection of residential recyclable materials through Ace Recycling and Disposal. Monthly fees for recycling service can be found here on the City’s fee schedule. Recycle containers are provided and maintained through the City’s Sanitation Division. The recycling containers are 96 gallons and have the word “Recycle” marked on them.
If your recyclables were not picked up, please contact
Ace Recycling and Disposal at 801-363-9995.
If your container is missing, damaged, or if you have questions, please contact
South Jordan City at 801-446-HELP.
To start or discontinue service, or to request additional cans, please call South
Jordan Utility Billing at 801-446-HELP.
*Please note, that the City is re-evaluating the recycling program based on resident feedback. The resident survey that the City will send out in January will ask about our recycling program. Resident responses will determine any changes made to the recycling program.
Here’s what you can currently put in your curbside bin until further notice:
Ace Disposal will collect garbage and recyclables on the same day each week, except holidays. To ensure pickup, residents should place garbage and recycling containers at curbside the night before or by 6:30 a.m. on the morning of pickup.
Click here to view the collection routes or to find your pickup day
The City of South Jordan offers Glass Recycling Service for all City residents and businesses. The City has partnered with Momentum Recycling, ACE Disposal and Live Daybreak, to provide a service that will help our community, and the environment. The ability to keep glass out of the landfill is a long-term benefit and solution in trying to build a better tomorrow.
The City has provided Glass Recycling Locations for your convenience.
Shields Lane Park – 947 West 9850 South
City Park – 1850 West 10960 South (west of tennis courts)
Daybreak Soda Row – 4600 West 11240 South
While you currently can put paper in your recycling bin, the minute paper becomes wet or soiled, it becomes unusable for recycling. It can only be recycled if it stays clean and dry. A great way to ensure your paper is recycled, you are able to drop off the paper at the recycling locations in the link above and Green Fiber, a local company will collect the clean paper and recycle it into insulation.
Here is a list of items that is accepted in the paper drop off bins.
Brown paper bags
Collection for the following holidays will be delayed by one day and for all days remaining in that week:
Disposal of Hazardous waste and e- waste is free to Salt Lake County residents at the TransJordan Landfill at 10473 South Bacchus Hwy, South Jordan, UT 84009.
Household Hazardous Waste includes antifreeze, lithium batteries, fluorescent light tubes, fuels, gasoline, oils, paint, pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, and other chemicals.
E-Waste includes computers, TVs, audio equipment and cell phones – anything with a circuit board.