Standard trash removal and recycling is contracted on an individual basis with the various private trash/recycling companies in the region.
Use up according to label instructions, give to someone who can use it, or take to a hazardous material collection program. For small amounts: In a well-ventilated area, while standing upwind, discharge all contents of the aerosol can into a cardboard box. Allow the box to dry completely. Discard the box and empty the aerosol can into the household trash.
You can drop off appliances for free recycling at Go Recycle Now. See their website for more information.
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Donate your old cell phones to Gateway Shelter. We have a drop off box at the Village Center.
Donate to someone who can use it, or take to a hazardous material collection program.
The City will sometimes take electronics from residents during its annual Spring Clean Up event. Click here for more information.
Recycle your old eyeglasses at the Village Center. We have a Lion's Club eyeglass recycling box at our front desk.
Your waste management company usually collects household quantities - check first.
Gasoline should never be poured down the drain, on the ground, or thrown in the trash. Contact Tri-County Health Department at 303-761-1340 to speak to a hazardous waste specialist.
Donate new and used building materials, including tools, furniture, appliances and more. Visit Habitat for Humanity website for locations and information.