Columbia Falls company now recycling glass – UPDATE

By | March 12, 2015

Earlier this week the NFNews Team drove by the new recycling sponsored by Glacier National Park Lodges in Columbia Falls. It’s nice. There is not only glass recycling, but also newspaper, cardboard, plastics, and aluminum. If you’ve not been recycling glass because it was too inconvenient to go all the way to Target, now is your chance.

It’s easy to get to. Just go south on 2nd Avenue West:

Map to recycling glass


The Daily Inter Lake reports that Glacier National Park Lodges, operated by Xanterra, recently started a recycling program on its Columbia Falls property and is opening the program to the community. Several receptacles for glass are on the property on U.S. 2. (the former Pamida department store buildings in Columbia Falls, behind Montana Coffee Traders.) Read the full story here.

What a great idea. It’s right on the way to taking the trash to the green boxes. And don’t forget, Target in Kalispell also does glass recycling. Just drive around the back and you’ll see the bins.

Here’s a story about Xanterra from last June.


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