Directory of Recycling Locations
Search the directory to dispose of hard-to-recycle items near Evergreen, Colorado.
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Electronics & Appliances
Action Recycling Center
We are a Denver metro area recycling center paying competitive prices for non-ferrous metals such as copper, brass, aluminum, stainless, nickel and lead. We buy other items such as circuit boards from your electronic devices and buy precious metals. Most often we offer more money than local pawn shops and other gold and silver buyers for your precious metals and coins. We also accept many electronics including computers, monitors, copiers, many other household and mobile electronic devices. We have a onsite bin for your ferrous metals at our facility. We do not accept paper, glass or plastic. We pay out cash for non-ferrous items to most our customers with most exceptions coming to our commercial customers and customers with larger quantities of material. We will always provide fast, friendly service. We also have a state certified truck scale onsite. Please call us with any questions.
Best Buy (Denver West)
Accepts ink cartridges and certain electronics, including TVs/televisions. Contact your local Best Buy store for more details.
Blue Spruce Habitat for Humanity ReStore
Accepts metal appliances. The Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a non-profit thrift store with a vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. When you shop and donate for new and gently used furniture, appliances, home décor, and building supplies with us, the proceeds build homes in our community with local families who have partnered with Blue Spruce Habitat for Humanity. When you shop here, you change lives.
Blue Star Recyclers
Recycling to create local jobs for people with disABILITIES. Locations in Denver, Boulder, and Colorado Springs. Accepts a wide variety of items. Fees apply. For more information, contact Blue Star Recyclers or review their list of accepted items.
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CHaRM: Eco-Cycle Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials
CHaRM opened in 2001 and was the first facility of its kind in the nation. It collects unusual materials like electronics and plastic bags for recycling and reuse. CHaRM accepts many items and also maintains a list of hard-to-recycle items in Boulder County on its website. There is a $3 per-visit facility user fee as well as additional fees for some items. Paper-shredding services also available. Please visit www.ecocycle.org/charm for a full list of materials accepted, as well as prices. CHaRM is an outdoor facility. In the event of extreme weather, call us at before you visit to find out if CHaRM is open.
Clear Creek County Transfer & Recycling Center
Accepts batteries, fluorescent and grow bulbs, microwaves, smoke detectors, TVs and other items. Different fees apply to in-county and out-of-county residents. Chairs must be 100% plastic – no metal or wood parts.
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