Pop Up! CHaRMs
URA hosts multiple Pop Up! CHaRM collections. CHaRM stands for Collection of Hard to Recycle Materials. These events help residents repurpose and recycle materials that would otherwise be landfilled. The events accept a number of items, including bikes/bike parts, books, cell phones/chargers, cosmetic cases, skis, snowboards, gently used clothing, DVDs/CDs, ink/toner cartridges, tires ($2/tire; 4 max), styrofoam (white block; no take-out food containers), plastic bags, plastic film, musical strings, and more. Donations welcome to help continue these collections. Residential materials only; no business materials accepted.
Next Pop Up! CHaRM: Spring/Summer 2019. Check back for dates, locations, and lists of acceptable items.
What items can I bring?
In order to be accepted, all excess liquids and product must be removed from the packaging. Clean, dry bottles, tubes, and packaging only.
Clean Cosmetics Products & Packaging* (lipsticks, eyeliner, mascara, etc.)
Energy/Granola Bar Wrappers (Foil-lined, NO CANDY BAR WRAPPERS)
Hair Care Products & Packaging* (all bottles, caps, tubes, pumps)
Plastic Wraps and Films
Plastic Cereal Bags/Plastic Cereal Bag Liners
Skin Care Products & Packaging* (balms, all bottles and tubes)
Styrofoam (block Styrofoam only; no ‘to-go’ containers)
Toothpaste & Oral Care Products & Packaging*
Contact Lenses & Packaging
(all – tubes , toothbrushes, floss containers, packaging)
*All containers and packaging must be clean and dry. Packaging or containers with leftover product, food, or water cannot be accepted.
Bicycles & Bicycle parts/accessories
Books (all kinds)
Clothing (for Big Brothers Big Sisters Utah)
Musical Instrument Strings (All kinds, nylon& steel)
Skis & Snowboards
Tires (max 4 per household; $2 per tire)
CDs (In good, reusable, re-sellable condition)
DVDs (In good, reusable, re-sellable condition)
Cell Phones & Chargers
Blankets & Sheets (In good condition. Stains are ok, but no holes, rips or tears)
Shredded Paper (On-site shredding NOT provided – please bring the material in boxes or paper bags that we can recycle)