Colorado Recycling Resources

Denver: www.denvergov.org/DenverRecycles
Click on Residential Recycling for a list of items accepted and for a directory of hard-to-recycle items.

Boulder (Eco-Cycle): www.eco-cycle.org

Fort Collins: www.fcgov.com/recycling/curbside.php

Colorado Association of Recycling: www.cafr.org

Colorado Recycles: www.recycling-guide.com/searchfolder/search.html
This site also provides a comprehensive listing of where to recycle various materials in Colorado.

Recycling Centers in Denver/Boulder Metro areas

Alpine Waste & Recycling
Denver, CO
303-744-9881 Also collects cardboard, newspaper, office paper, metals, plastics, cans, glass and plastic bottles.

Metech
500 West 53rd Place, Denver CO 80216
720-377-7700 Hours: Mon - Fri: 8 - 5, Sat: 8 - Noon
Accepts computers and electronics. Call for fees.

Mountain Electronics Recycling
4120 Brighton Blvd. Unit A-1, Denver, CO
303-287-0060 Electronics, computers, monitors, batteries, faxes, cell phones, hard drives, servers, laptops, printers and copper wire. There is a charge for some of these items and a fee for pick up. Call for details.

Rocky Mountain Recycling
4744 Forest St., Denver CO 80216
303-321-3662 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9 - 4
Accepts aluminum cans, books (incl. hardbacks), cardboard, mixed paper, glass bottles and jars, magazines and catalogs, junk mail, office paper, newspaper, paperboard (like cereal boxes), phonebooks, plastic bottles and steel cans. We also accept plastic bags, reasonably clean shrink-wrap and a variety of rigid plastics.

Waste Management

Commercial Material - www.recycleamerica.com
3730 E. 48th Ave., Denver CO
303-399-6351 Accepts aluminum cans, books (incl. hardbacks), cardboard, mixed paper, glass bottles and jars, magazines and catalogs, junk mail, office paper, newspaper, paperboard (like cereal boxes), phonebooks, plastic bottles and steel cans. No plastic bags or tubs.

Residential Material - www.wm.com
5395 Franklin St., Denver CO 80216
Accepts aluminum cans, books (incl. hardbacks), cardboard, mixed paper, glass bottles and jars, magazines and catalogs, junk mail, office paper, newspaper, paperboard (like cereal boxes), phonebooks, plastic bottles and steel cans. No plastic bags or tubs.

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