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Recycling - Boulder County

Boulder County’s recycling drop-off centers are still open to the public at this time. Please follow social distancing onsite. As a health and safety measure, all self-guided and guided tours of the Boulder County Recycling Center are suspended to help prevent the further spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). New: Schedule an HMMF Appointment More

5 Things You May Not Know You Can Recycle - Boulder, Colorado

Put these in your recycling bin These items can go into your regular, single-stream recycling, which is what gets taken to the Boulder County Recycling Center. 1. Milk cartons: Milk cartons and other “aseptic containers” like juice boxes and rice milk containers are sometimes referred to by a brand name (Tetra Pak). More

Household Hazardous Wastes Accepted for Disposal - Boulder ...

Eco-Cycle’s CHaRM (Center for Hard to Recycle Materials), will accept these for a small fee (City of Boulder residents’ fire extinguishers are accepted free of charge). 303-444-6634. 6400 Arapahoe Rd, Boulder, CO 80301 More

Recycling in Boulder, Colorado - Eco-Cycle

The City of Boulder requires haulers to provide recycling services for each trash customer at no additional cost. The following four haulers all provide service in the City of Boulder for curbside trash and recycling. Prices and types of recycling containers will vary. Call them to begin service and to determine your recycling day. More

Recyclable Materials - Boulder County

These items are all recyclable at local recycling drop-off centers including Boulder County Recycling Center and through curbside recycling collection programs. Scrap metal is not accepted for drop-off at the Boulder County Recycling Center. Single Stream Recycling Guidelines More

Hard to Recycle Items - Boulder County

Eco-Cycle, a local non-profit agency in Boulder County, provides a list of resources for Hard to Recycle items. A blue box appears in the top right corner of each page. Use the drop down list to find out how to recycle, compost or reuse your items. Eco-Cycle’s A-Z Recycling Guide More

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YOU can recycle more types of plastics in Boulder County than ever before! The Boulder County Recycling Center, operated by Eco-Cycle, has completed major upgrades. That means the publicly-owned facility now accepts more types of plastics for recycling — something the public has been requesting for a long time! Get Your Recycle Guide More

CHaRM Facility - Eco-Cycle

CHaRM opened in 2001 and was the first facility of its kind in the nation. It collects unusual materials like electronics and plastic bags for recycling and reuse. The CHaRM is funded in part by city of Boulder trash tax dollars. CHaRM Guidelines and Prices More

Recycling Drop-Off Centers - Boulder County

Recycling Drop-Off Centers Drop-off centers and collection sites for recycling, scrap metal recycling, yard and wood waste, and hazardous waste are located throughout Boulder County. Find a location near you. Drop-off Center Recycle Yard Scrap Hazard Trash Compost Textiles More