Omar Prado recently passed the 20-year-mark in the recycling industry.

30th Wednesday, 2014  |  Blog, News  |  no comments
Omar Prado

Omar began working on the sort line and later learned to grade paper, began operating forklifts and other equipment, and eventually began driving a route to pick up paper for recycling rather than sending it to the landfill. Omar’s customers appreciate his friendly and punctual service. Rocky Mountain Recycling is proud to mark this anniversary with Omar and appreciate the dedicated way all Rocky Mountain drivers strive to meet the needs of our customers.

Rocky Mountain Recycling Transportation

20th Friday, 2014  |  Blog, News, Uncategorized  |  no comments

Rocky Mountain Recycling’s Transportation Team includes a great group of drivers committed to servicing all our customers. They are hard-working, punctual and dedicated to taking care of your concerns in a safe and timely way. photo (36)

Wrapping paper pours in to local recycling facility

27th Friday, 2012  |  Blog  |  no comments

After all the work Santa Claus put into giving children what they want, Larry Gibbons and his team pick up where the elves left off.

“We get a lot of boxes as you can imagine,” said Gibbons, “the wrapping paper, the plastic, all of those things. We see a huge increase in all of that.”

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Kaysville officials see next steps of recycling program

29th Friday, 2011  |  Blog  |  no comments

KAYSVILLE — What started as a cereal box in a Kaysville home, may some day be paper towels made in India. What is now a can of Mountain Dew in Mayor Steve Hiatt’s hand, may in two months be another can of Mountain Dew in Mayor Steve Hiatt’s hand. Cardboard will become more cardboard, junk mail will become phone books, paper will become insulation.

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