The Eco-Cycle/City of Boulder Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (CHaRM) and our neighbors at Resource Central will have a DELAYED OPENING at 10 AM today, April 20th. Thanks for your patience as we clear snow and ensure conditions are safe for our staff and customers!
IMPORTANT CORONAVIRUS NOTICE:
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The Eco-Cycle/City of Boulder Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (CHaRM) is OPEN Mon-Sat, 9am-5pm
Please Observe Covid-19 Protocols: Given the high degree of customer/staff interaction at the Eco-Cycle/City of Boulder Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (CHaRM), the CHaRM now has strict safety protocols to serve the community while limiting exposure between and among customers and staff.
All visitors to the CHaRM will be required to:
Wear a mask or face covering at all times (our staff will do the same)
Pay with credit card ONLY with a self-pay system (NO cash or checks will be accepted)
Observe 6-foot distancing areas marked off around drop-off bins
Stay in your car to wait your turn until customers in front of you have cleared the area around a drop-off bin you wish to use
Unload your own vehicles (please bring help if needed, as our staff has been directed to maintain a 6-foot distance)
Place electronics you're dropping off for recycling in the very back of your vehicle (trunk or truck bed) so they can be easily accessed by our staff while maintaining a safe distance. Vehicles not adhering to this requirement will be asked to exit the CHaRM yard, relocate their electronics, and come through the line again.
Please read signs guiding you through our new transaction processes
We look forward to seeing you and serving your hard-to-recycle needs! Please visit www.ecocycle.org/charm for a full list of materials accepted, as well as prices. Please email email@example.com or call 303-444-6634 with questions.
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!
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