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Cody Bowl
Cody Bowl
Summit of the Teton Lift
Summit of the Teton Lift
Base of the Teton Lift
Base of the Teton Lift
Top of Gondola
Top of Gondola
Thunder Chair, Tower 2
Thunder Chair, Tower 2
Casper Chair
Casper Chair
Tram Station Cam
Tram Station Cam
Base of Bridger Gondola
Base of Bridger Gondola
Sweetwater Gondola, Teewinot Base
Sweetwater Gondola, Teewinot Base
Après Vous from Teton Village
Après Vous from Teton Village
Mountain View
Mountain View
Apres Vous
Apres Vous
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Increasing Recycling

  • JHMR recycles waste each year for a diversion rate above 25%
  • JHMR annually recycles 1000 gallons of used vegetable oil waste from JHMR and Teton Village restaurants to fully power three vehicles (over 1% of all diesel consumed)
In 2015 JHMR recycled more than 120 tons of consumer and workplace materials .

Goal: Energy Conservation – Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 5% or more by 2020
(1) Electricity, fuel and propane use
(2) Water consumption
(3) Vehicle use within, and to/from the Resort
(4) Annual waste production, both solid and hazardous waste
(5) Fuel/petrochemical spills
(6) Total CO2 emissions

Goal: Waste Management: Reduce Municipal solid waste volumes by 10% or more by 2020.

JHMR recycles the following consumer products:


Fluorescent bulbs

  • JHMR now collects all of its fluorescent bulbs and sends them to Jackson Community Recycling where they are processed with a ‘bulb eater' which crushes the glass and separates out the mercury.

Computers

  • JHMR is sending its computers to Guaranteed Recycling Xperts in Denver which processes the computers on-site rather than sending them on to Asia where toxic parts can be carelessly discarded when the computers are disassembled. The in-country disassembling costs almost four times (about $40 per computer) as much as out-of-the-country disassembling and recycling, but is worth it for the integrity of the process.

Recycled Paper

  • For our printed products, such as trail maps and brochures, we now request that all of our printers give quotes for the product using non-chlorine bleached paper with post-consumer content. We are also replacing all of our toilet paper, paper towels, tissues and napkins with at least 15% post-consumer waste, unbleached paper products.

 

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