Tin cans form the letter R for Recycle.
Aluminum cans form the letter R for recycle.


Recycle Across America Labels on Recycling Bins in Grand Teton National Park
Plastic, glass, and aluminum recycling bins in Grand Teton National Park.


Recycling in the Park

Recycling is just one easy action you can take to reduce your impact on the environment, and become a better steward of National Parks. At Grand Teton, we use a source separated recycling system. This means that it's up to you to sort recyclables by material, before placing them in the bin. Luckily, sorting your recyclables is easier than ever, thanks to new universal recycling signs on bins throughout the park.
Recycle Right Grand Teton. Glass •All colors bottles and jars Cans • Aluminum cans • Steel and tin cans Plastic • #1 bottles and jugs • #2 bottles and jugs  Grand Teton has a source-separated recycling system. Before you recycle, separate items by materia

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Propane Recycling
Visitor recycles a propane fuel canister in Grand Teton National Park.


Specialty Recycling

Grand Teton National Park also recycles special items that you might be more likely to use in a National Park, including:
  • Bear Spray Canisters

  • Camping Propane Cylinders

Return unused or empty bear spray canisters to any one of Grand Teton's visitor centers, and recycle propane canisters in campgrounds and visitor centers. Find a ranger for more information.


Last updated: June 17, 2020

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Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 170
Moose, WY 83012


Talk to a Ranger? To speak to a Grand Teton National Park ranger call 307–739–3399 for visitor information Monday-Friday during business hours.

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