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THE LATEST

IMPORTANT CORONAVIRUS NOTICE: 

Get all the latest updates at ecocycle.org/latest-updates

 

CLOSED: Eco-Cycle/City of Boulder Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (CHaRM) and Eco-Cycle offices will be CLOSED to the general public until further notice in compliance with the City of Boulder's local emergency declaration and efforts to avoid the spread of COVID-19. No residential materials will be accepted at the CHaRM facility. However, we continue to accept CHaRM materials from our commercial customers either by appointment for self-hauling businesses or through our CHaRM on the Road collections program.

For commercial customers who would like to request a pick-up of CHaRM materials at your site: Our collection service is STILL OPERATIONAL. Please call our business department at 303-444-6634  x 101 to schedule a pick-up appointment.

For commercial customers who prefer to drop off their materials at CHaRM: We will accept your hard-to-recycle materials on Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and on Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Please note that you must make an appointment at least 24 hours in advance. To make a drop-off appointment, please call Scotty Mordja at 720-771-0263.

FOR NOW, STILL OPERATING AND ACCEPTING SINGLE-STREAM RECYCLING DROP-OFFS BUT CLOSED TO PUBLIC TOURS: Eco-Cycle will continue to operate the Boulder County Recycling Center, so please keep recycling single-stream materials in your curbside recycling cart! 

QUESTIONS: Eco-Cycle staff is working remotely, so you can still get the answers to your questions by calling 303-444-6634 or emailing [email protected]


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 You Recycle Guide

 

 

 

 

Did you know? Going for Zero Waste is one of the fastest ways communities can help fight climate change.

 

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