Directory of Recycling Locations
Search the directory to dispose of hard-to-recycle items near Evergreen, Colorado.
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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 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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Freecycle's mission is to build a worldwide sharing movement that reduces waste, saves precious resources & eases the burden on our landfills while enabling our members to benefit from the strength of a larger community.
Goodwill Industries Donation Center (Evergreen)
Long-standing nonprofit chain with a range of pre-owned clothing, furniture, housewares and more. Accepts laptop/small computers, cell phones, batteries, ink cartridges, and more. NO TVs. Larger items can be brought to Goodwill stores. More information about the recycling services can be found on their website.
Accepts ink cartridges and certain electronics (NO TVs). Contact your local Staples store for more details.