History

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Jackson Hole is a project of Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling (ISWR) aimed at reducing Jackson Hole’s consumption of resources and landfill bound waste through a creative educational and awareness-raising media campaign. The campaign focuses on residents and businesses alike, promoting a less wasteful and more sustainable community. The project began in 2005 and has been a multifaceted effort; introducing and promoting new ideas to enhance the efficiency and sustainability of our everyday community habits.

RRR campaign projects have included:

  • Local residents sharing how they incorporate RRR practices in their everyday lives featured in quirky educational T.V., radio, and movie advertisements.
  • The RRR Business Leaders Program.
  • The Bag 2 Differ campaign.
  • The One Less Bottle campaign.
  • Partnering with the Wort Hotel to provide guests with custom JH reusable shopping bags.
  • Partnering with the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum to develop RRR curriculum to be taught through Museum programs as well as shared with other organizations.
  • Title sponsorship of Jackson’s annual Eco-Fair event, hosted by Energy Conservation Works.
  • Collaborating to support The Remida Project: Re-Think, Re-Invent, Re-Imagine with Re-Usable Materials.
  • Supporting the 2013/2014 class of Leadership Jackson Hole’s JH2O Project – raising funds to install refillable water bottle stations in downtown Jackson.

We invite you to take the challenge of Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling! It’s smart. It’s easy. To learn more, look through the website or give us a call. (307)733-7678(SORT).