Earlier this year, The Park City Council approved a new permanent contaminated soils repository location, which would give space for a new recycling center.
Carolyn Wawra is the director of Recycle Utah. She said the center talked about moving to a temporary location while the new center is built but ultimately decided to stay put.
“It’d be really hard to operate temporarily if we get a place that’s super windy, we could be contaminating the environment by stuff blowing all around,” Wawra said. “It's best to just stay put.”