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I pledge to stop using these single-use items: paper & plastic checkout bags, bottled water, paper coffee cups and polystyrene take-out containers.

Instead, I will:

 
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Click here to view our full I Choose to Reuse webpage

LIKE us on Facebook to view our I Choose to Reuse slideshow, PSAs and more. 

FOLLOW us on Twitter and tweet about your reuse efforts with the hashtag #ichoosetoreuse

 

Participate in our I Choose to Reuse contests and win a prize!

1) SHARE-THE-PLEDGE CONTEST

Ask your friends to take the I Choose to Reuse 30-Day Challenge and enter your name in the spot on the pledge that says "Friend who recommended you take the pledge." Whoever gets the most friends to sign the pledge before April 30 wins.

2) TWITTER CONTEST

Tweet about your efforts with the hashtag #ichoosetoreuse. The person with the most #ichoosetoreuse tweets on May 31 will win a prize.
Example tweet: #ichoosetoreuse my mug @ozocoffee

Go tweet now

Recycle, Compost & Reuse 

altIf every business, school, community event and home recycled, composted, reused and used the full Zero Waste services available to us in Boulder County, our community could potentially divert 80% or more of our waste from the landfill!

RECYCLE 

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Guidelines and More for Boulder County

 

In your home:

 

At your business:

 

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At school:

 

At your party or event:

 

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Recycling Electronics and more Unusual Materials at the Eco-Cycle CHaRM in Boulder (Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials)

 

Recycling Tips & Facts

 
 

Maps and locations of facilities in Boulder County

 

How-to videos

 

Household and Business Hazardous Waste

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Seasonal Guides

  • Leaves & Pumpkin Compost Collection
  • COMING SOON: Wrapping Paper  and Christmas Tree Recycling
  • COMING SOON: Holiday Recycling Guide – how to recycle holiday lights, batteries, electronics, tissue paper, block foam packaging material (aka Styrofoam) and much more
 

More

 
 

COMPOST

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Curbside Compost in your home

 

Compost drop-off centers

 

Eco-Cycle's Microbe Brew Compost Tea: Worm Casting Tea for Your Lawn and Garden

 

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At your business

  • Eco-Cycle Services for Businesses: Pick-ups for Composting, Recycling, Electronics and other unusual materials, eco-friendly business consulting, compost and recycling trainings and more
 

At your school

 

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At your event

 

 

Maps and locations

 
 

REUSE

Our Reuse Resource

 

A-Z Recycling Guide

 

Reuse Programs in Boulder County

 

Eco-Cycle's Book Reuse Program

 

Boulder County Facilities 


Use these facilities to recycle traditional items (like cans, paper, cardboard, etc.), hard-to-recycle items (like electronics, plastic bags, small appliances, etc.) yard waste and household hazardous waste (paint, solvents, etc.), and construction materials (reusable building materials like cabinets, windows, etc.)

Tap on the facilities for locations, full guidelines and prices.

Recycling Centers:

Boulder Drop-off Center: Boulder County Recycling Center

Eco-Cycle CHaRM: Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (in Boulder)

Allenspark Drop-off Center

Erie Drop-off Center

Jamestown Drop-off Center

Longmont Drop-off Center

Lyons Drop-off Center

Nederland Drop-off Center

Niwot Drop-off Center

Ward Drop-off Center

CU Recycling Facility

 

Compost Drop-off Centers
These accept compostable materials for processing at an industrial composting facility. View compost guidelines.

Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials: CHaRM (in Boulder)

Longmont Waste Diversion Center

 

Construction and Demolition - Reuse

ReSource Yard, Boulder

 

Yard Waste

City of Boulder Yard Waste Drop-off Center

City of Longmont Yard Waste Drop-off Center

 

Hazardous Waste

Boulder County Hazardous Materials Management (HMM) Facility (in Boulder)

What goes where? A-Z Recycling Guide

 

 

Eco-Cycle's What goes where? A to Z Guide lets you know how to recycle, compost or reuse just about anything in Boulder County.

Not in Boulder County? Check out Earth911.com

 

Click on the bar to see a list of more than 150 items that can be recycled, composted or reused. Select your item and Voila! Mystery solved. 

Have a suggestion for the A-Z Guide? Email us or call 303-444-6634. 

 

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Got a question? Email us!

 

With efforts like yours, we're keeping more resources out of landfills, preventing toxins from entering our soil and groundwater, preserving natural resources for generations to come, and building a Zero Waste community. Thank you.

 

Beyond recycling

To further support your efforts, Eco-Cycle is spearheading an international movement toward Zero Waste. This movement goes to the source of environmental destruction by holding industry responsible for the products and waste they create. Zero Waste demands that goods are designed for the environment, not the landfill. With the help of dedicated recyclers like yourself and other community partners, we hope to create a Zero Waste community model for the rest of the world.

Thanks again for your commitment to doing the right thing.

Eco-Cycle Staff and Volunteers

 

Eco-Cycle is non-profit organization. Consider making a donation today.