Past Issues of the Eco-Cycle Guide and Eco-Cycle Times
While most of our articles stay current, our recycling guidelines do change. Find the latest guidelines and information on recycling, composting, CHaRM, household hazardous and more.
- Is a 90% waste-free society achievable? Eco-Cycle convenes national experts to plot the course
- Zero Waste around the county: Tool Library — Boulder County's Zero Waste Plan— New Hazardous Waste Facility — Green Product Packaging in Boulder
- Longmont's Recycle it Right! Campaign Takes Off
- What does it take to be a Zero Waste business? Three of our local stars give us the scoop.
- Students tour Zero Waste businesses, Prepare for Green Economy
- Five Years of Green Star Schools
- Creating a Zero Waste Path for Higher Education
- Zero Waste around the state: How much do we recycle? — Producer responsibility talks begin — City of Golden Launches affordable curbside recycling
- Zero Waste around the world: Himalayas — Seattle — USA — Scotland — Pennsylvania — Florida
- Green your Pet
- Entertain in Eco-Style
A Room-by-Room Guide to Zero Waste Living; Help us keep the worst contaminants out of the recycling bin; Ask the E-C Experts: Winter Composting; Elected Officials make Boulder County a Zero Waste Model; Consumerism Accounts for 42% of U.S. Greenhouse Gases
Dirty Dozen curbside recycling contaminants; Curbside composting guidelines; Zero Waste business & community award winners; CHaRM now accepting bikes and bike parts; Louisville votes for curbside recycling and composting; Latino outreach program increases recycling in Longmont
Now accepting #1 - 7 plastic bottles and tubs; Single-stream recycling update; What you need to know about the digital TV conversion; New Eco-Cycle eStore makes Zero Waste purchasing easy; Pocket guide to plastics helps you know which are safer and which to avoid; "Stop Trashing the Climate" finds Zero Waste to be the fastest, most effective climate strategy
Single-stream Recycling is Here!; CHaRM Now Recycles Bike Tires and Tubes; Are Your Food Scraps Heating the Planet?; Boulder Valley Middle Schools Cut Cafeteria Waste; Zero Waste Business Profiles; Longmont Farmer's Market Goes Zero Waste
Garbage is Not Renewable Energy campaign with GRRN; Lafayette's new curbside recycling program a model for the Rockies; Zero Waste around your town; CHaRM accepts porcelain toilets, sinks and urinals; Zero Waste business profiles
Introducing a do-it-yourself Zero Waste Event Kit, cooking oil recycling ongoing at CHaRM, Louisville equal space ordinance, 3rd Annual Zero Waste Business Awards, Microbe Brew is back, Green Star Schools program keeps on and growing
Big durable #2 plastics for recycling at CHaRM, pilot cooking oil collection, the Eco-Cycle Exchange, the Z-3 solution, Lafayette adopts curbside recycling
Window decals for our Zero Waste community partners, the Eco-Cycle Exchange, City of Boulder and Boulder County pass Zero Waste resolutions, and the unveiling of our new mission
Zero Waste Farmers' Market, Green Star Schools Phase II, and Block Foam Recycling at the CHaRM; web-only features
Spring/Summer 2004 (Our Zero Waste Vision for Boulder County)
Past Issues are only available in print. Contact us if you want to flip through them at our offices.
Eco-Cycle Guide: Your Local Zero Waste Resource
The latest guide features our Zero Waste League superheroes: Kilowatt Kid, who fights energy waste; Eco-Elf, who reminds you how to live green; Green Star, who spreads Zero Waste practices through the community; Captain Zero Waste, the reducing, reusing, recycling, and composting expert; and Wonder Wormy, a soil-making wonder.
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About the guide
The Eco-Cycle Guide can be found in print at the CHaRM (Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials) and at local coffee shops and stores throughout Boulder County. It contains more than seven Zero Waste Guidelines posters, including our "Is it compostable?" handout for deciphering which products are truly safe for composting curbside, and the most recent recycling guidelines for Boulder County. Eco-Cycle operates the county-owned Boulder County Recycling Center.
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