Allied Waste Services of Utah Provides Sustainable Waste Disposal & Recycling Solutions

Allied Waste Services of Utah

Salt Lake City, UT - Waste Services

Also serving Greater Salt Lake, Weber, Davis, Summit, Tooele, Box Elder and Utah County

Recycling, Waste Disposal – 675 South Gladiola Street

Allied Waste Services of Utah

675 South Gladiola Street

Salt Lake City, UT 84104

(888) 502-7458

(888) 502-7458

What We Do

Allied Waste Services is your leading source for environmentally sustainable waste disposal and recycling service. We offer multiple recycling options to meet the needs of residents and businesses throughout the Greater Wasatch Front, including drop off locations and residential curbside collection. Whether you’re in need of permanent or temporary waste disposal service, recycling pickup or any other type of recycling, we’ll provide you with quality service and competitive rates.

Call Allied Services of Utah at (888) 502-7458 today for waste removal services and recycling solutions!

Allied Waste Service is a member of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA), the Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce, and is proud to be partnered with Utah Schools. Our professional and experienced staff is committed to meeting the rising expectations for environmentally responsible waste disposal service. Call us at (888) 502-7458 today to learn more! Allied Waste Service of Utah: An environmental partner you can count on.

Service Area

Greater Salt Lake, Weber, Davis, Summit, Tooele, Box Elder and Utah County

Our Commitment

  • To provide industry-leading solid waste and environmental services that exceeds our customers' highest expectations. We are truly committed to be an environmental partner you can count on.

Products & Services

  • Waste Pickup
  • Recycling Pickup
  • All Types of Recycling
  • Residential, Commercial & Industrial Recycling
  • Recycling Drop-Off Locations
  • Curbside Home Collecting
  • Construction Dumpsters
  • Demolition & Remodeling Dumpsters   

Helping Secure Our Children's Future:

Allied Waste Services, in partnership with the School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA), contributes over $425,000 annually to Utah Schools. The ultimate goal of this partnership is to increase contributions by directing as much available landfill volumes into this program as possible. The revenues generated by SITLA have an increasingly significant impact on Utah public education. These revenues provide an annual payout to every public school. School Community Councils determine the use of the funds according to their school's needs.
What are Utah school trust lands?

When Utah was granted statehood on January 4, 1896, the federal government gave the new state parcels of land to be managed in trust in order to provide financial support for public education. Public Schools that benefit from these lands are called beneficiaries. The lands are called trust lands and are spread throughout the state.

From time to time trust lands are sold. In fact, more than one-half of the original land grant has been sold, much of it during the first 35 years following statehood. Interestingly, about 30 percent of all private land in Utah was originally trust land.

Now, more than 100 years since statehood, the trust consists of two portfolios: (1) the real estate portfolio which is the remaining 3.4 million acres of trust land, managed by the Trust Lands Administration; and (2) the financial portfolio which is the money from the management and sales of that land managed by the
State Treasurer.

The objective is to successfully manage both portfolios to provide financial support for our schools. Successful management of Utah's trust lands means working as partners with our beneficiaries, the governor and the legislature, other state agencies, local communities and the public at large.

How do trust lands benefit Utah's school children?

The Trust Lands Administration works with local communities to build value for Utah's schoolchildren. Cash generated by both trust land operations and trust land sales is transferred to the permanent State School Fund. By doing so, the endowment to the public schools increases each year. Investment income (interest and dividends) from the permanent fund is distributed to the schools each year for local academic needs. The distribution is primarily based on the number of students at each school.

How does Allied Waste generate revenue for schools?

Allied Waste Services and SITLA entered into a lease agreement. This agreement allows Allied Waste Services to operate a fully functional, Class V permitted, state-of-the-art landfill on school land in Tooele County. Allied Waste, through the lease agreement, proudly contributes a percentage of landfill revenues to SITLA. Increased volumes to the landfill leads to increased revenues, which in turn means more funding for our schools.

Conservation of trust lands:

Allied Waste Services and SITLA are committed to being cautious and far-sighted stewards of the land. Allied Waste Services operates over 210 landfills, 240 transfer stations and 78 recycling facilities nationwide. This experience along with our corporate mission to "develop a company dedicated to excellence, environmental responsibility, ethical behavior," makes Allied Waste Services a professional choice to oversee the landfill operations on trust lands.

Why Allied Waste?

Allied Waste of Utah specializes in providing solid waste, recycling, transfer, and landfill services. These abilities, in conjunction with our sustainability goals and the benefit of supporting Utah schools, make Allied Waste the premier choice for all of your waste and recycling needs.

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Professional Associations, Awards & Certifications

  • Up on Green
  • Utah Jazz Green Team Partner
  • Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)
  • National Solid Waste Management Association (NSWMA)
  • Wildlife Habitat Council
  • Partner with Utah School Trust Lands Administration (Over $2 Million Donated to Utah Schools to Date)
  • Recycling Coalition of Utah (RCU)
  • Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce
  • Tooele County Chamber of Commerce

Promotions & Special Offers

  • Free Waste and Recycle Stream Consultation


  • Extended Service Hours
  • Permanent and Temporary Options
  • Green and Environmentally Sustainable
  • Quality Service at Competitive Rates

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Hours of Operation
Monday 8:00AM - 5:00PM MST
Tuesday 8:00AM - 5:00PM MST
Wednesday 8:00AM - 5:00PM MST
Thursday 8:00AM - 5:00PM MST
Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM MST
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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We respect your privacy. We will not wilfully disclose any individually identifiable information about you to any third party without first receiving your permission, as explained in this privacy statement. Furthermore, we do not specifically target children under the age of 13, nor do we knowingly collect, without parental consent, individually identifiable information from such children.

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We do not collect any personal information other than that which is specifically and knowingly provided to us.

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We may share non-personal and non-personally identifiable information with third parties. Such non-personally identifiable information may include your IP address, sites(s) you visited and keyword searches you conducted on our site(s). This information may allow such third parties to provide you customized advertising.

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By using our site or services, you consent to the collection and use of your information as we have outlined in this privacy statement. We may decide to change this privacy statement from time to time. If and when we do, we will post the changes on this page so that you are always aware of the information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances we disclose it.

Effective May 1, 2012