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According to recent EPA life cycle analyses (see above reports) recycling of waste materials has a lower impact on the environment than incineration with energy recovery, which provides substantial benefit over landfill (as described in the EPA solid waste management hierarchy). However, recycling and waste-to-energy are not mutually exclusive and each is best applied to a different subset of the wastes we generate. After all recyclable materials are removed from the waste stream there is still plenty of waste which can be processed in our waste-to-energy facility. I suggest that recycling, particularly a curbside collection program, should be considered on its own merits, as another method of disposing of our waste. These are some links with more information about waste-to-energy.
More information about the system operated by Wasatch Integrated can be found at: http://www.wasatchintegrated.org/
I-15, Highway 89 and Redwood Road are owned and maintained by UDOT (Utah Department of Transportation). If you have any questions regarding these streets contact Region 1 at (801) 620-1600. All other streets are owned and maintained by the City of North Salt Lake. Call The City of North Salt Lake Public Works at (801) 335-8726 if you have questions regarding city streets.
You may contact the City of North Salt Lake Public Works at (801) 335-8726.
Call the City of North Salt Lake Public Works at (801) 335-8726. Your name will be put on a list, and a member of the streets crew will come to your house for an inspection. Depending on the severity of the situation, the concrete may be replaced, lifted, grinded, or nothing may be done. All work will be done by City crews or a City contractor.
Please call the City of North Salt Lake Public Works at (801) 335-8726. City ordinance states that outdoor watering is not allowed between the hours of 10:00 am through 6:00 pm and outdoor watering is also not allowed between October 15 through April 15 (Ord No. 8-1-6 E). (The following dates are subject to change depending on drought restrictions, etc.) Violators will be given a warning and if the problem persists, could be subject to penalties.