From residential & commercial refuse collection to the mosquito abatement program, the Logan City Environmental Department has been providing a variety of services for residents of Cache County since 1971. Our mission is to serve each person in Cache County, protect the public health, sustain and enhance the quality of life for the citizens of Logan and Cache County.
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Have you ever wondered what the numbers signify on the different plastics you encounter? Consult this plastics guide for more information!
The Logan City Environmental Department announces that the landfill will no longer hold extended summer hours. The landfill, green waste facility, and household hazardous waste facility will be open Monday through Saturday from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm year-round. For questions, please call the landfill at (435) 750-9981.
Logan City's Environmental Department and USU's Sustainable Waste-to-Biproducts Engineering Center have partnered to research ways to better deal with our solid waste and waste water. Be sure to check out these short videos that detail this partnership and some of the research that is being done to help our community and others like us.
For facts about the North Valley Landfill, click here.
The Logan City Environmental Department Forestry Division is looking for volunteers to help plant trees for our Tree City USA designation. Groups must be large enough to plant 10 to 30 trees at a time. This would make an excellent Eagle Scout project for boys in scouting. To volunteer or for more information contact the City Forester, Joe Archer (435) 716-9749.
After renegotiating with our glass recycler, Logan City Environmental Department is pleased to announce that we will be placing a glass recycling bin at the landfill recycling drop site. Brown, clear, and green glass can be taken to the drop site during landfill operating hours: Monday - Saturday 8 am to 5:30 pm. This location will continue to operate as long as contamination remains low. We appreciate your cooperation and desire to keep recycling options open in Cache County. The landfill recycling drop site is located at 1400 W 200 N in Logan. For more information, please call (435) 716-9755.
Logan City Environmental Department would like the public to be aware that as of August 1, 2011, all glass recycling bins will be removed from the recycling drop sites throughout Cache County (located in Richmond, Smithfield, North Logan, Logan, Providence, and Hyrum). Due to high contamination rates, our glass recycler will no longer accept the glass from our drop sites. Please remember that glass should NOT be placed in your blue curbside recycling container. Glass can be recycled at Utah State University’s recycling center ( (435) 797-2011) or disposed of in your regular garbage container (black can or tan dumpster). We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and remind the public that it is important to make sure that your waste is put in the correct containers. For questions about glass recycling, please call our offices at (435) 716-9755 or search around our website.
Logan City Environmental Department would like remind the public that standing water is prime breeding ground for mosquitoes. The most important step residents can take to help fight mosquito populations is to remove standing water in yards and neighborhoods. Common sources of standing water are bird baths, pet dishes, flower pot drip trays, ponds, tires, rain gutters, wheelbarrows, wading pools, puddles and ditches, and unused swimming pools. It is important to either change the water in these items frequently or prevent them from collecting water in the first place. Please do your part to help us control the mosquito population. For questions, please call Joe Archer, city forester, at (435) 716-9749. Otherwise, check this website for updates on the mosquito abatement program within Logan City limits.
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We recently concluded the Bear River/Cutler Reservoir TMDL study. Please feel free to look at the completed study.