A-Z Recycling Guide -- Cooking Oil/Grease
Eco-Cycle/City of Boulder
The CHaRM is moving to 6400 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder and WILL BE OPEN AT THE NEW LOCATION STARTING NOV. 26, 2013. The CHaRM will be CLOSED on Nov. 25 for the move, and also CLOSED on Nov. 28 for Thanksgiving.
Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (CHaRM)
5030 "Old" Pearl St.
Boulder, CO 80301
Hours: Monday - Saturday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
The CHaRM accepts cooking oils and fats. No motor oil or non-edible oils. Remove bones and large pieces of food. You will need to pour the grease into a large 55 gallon drum at CHaRM and take home your container. Vehicles that come to CHaRM are charged $3.00 per visit. Go to the CHaRM website for details.
City of Longmont
140 Martin St.
Longmont, CO 80501
Automotive and cooking oil can be dropped off at the window Monday – Wednesday from 8:30 am to 4:45 pm and Thursday – Saturday from 8:30 am to 5:45 pm.The oil must be in see-through, one-gallon non-opaque plastic containers, (gallon milk jugs work best), must be securely capped and cannot be contaminated with other fluids.You must bring your utility bill indicating you are a City of Longmont trash collection service subscriberand present itto the window attendant.See website for more information.
Rocky Mountain Sustainable Enterprises
1708 Walnut Street
Boulder, CO 80302
Picks up commercial quantities (more than 40 gallons) of cooking oil or grease from businesses. Grease and oil are turned into biodiesel fuel. Provides clean, degreased 55 gallon steel drums for collection. Serves businesses along the Front Range.
Broomfield City and County
Norman Smith Service Center
3001 W. 124th Avenue
Tuesday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
First Saturday of every month, 8 .a.m. - noon.
Bring your cooking oil in a sturdy sealed container. Your container will be returned to you.