November is Colorado Recycle Month
America Recycles Day is November 15
Take a tour of the Recycling Center and Hazardous Materials Management Facility to celebrate
Tuesday, November 15 is officially America Recycles Day and county residents can take part in the celebration by visiting and touring the Boulder County Recycling Center and Hazardous Materials Management Facility (HMMF) at 1901 63rd St. in Boulder. Tours of each facility will be available:
HMMF guided tour 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Please register as space is limited
*Limited Space* Reserve a spot today
Recycling Center self-guided tour 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
No registration necessary
This is the first time tours have been available at the HMMF and the Recycling Center has been recently reopened for self-guided tours, so we’ll be excited to see everyone who stops by.
America Recycles Day was originally started by Keep America Beautiful to promote and celebrate recycling in across the country. Join Keep America Beautiful and the almost 90,000 people nationwide who have already taken the #BERECYCLED pledge to help make recycling a priority in your community.
HMMF now open for drop-offs without appointment
If you can’t make it to the HMMF for America Recycles Day but still want to drop off household hazardous materials, like paint, batteries, lightbulbs, or pesticides, you can now stop by during normal business hours without having to make an appointment. Visit www.BoCo.org/HMMF for hours and to learn about what is accepted at the facility.
Business owners are also welcome to use the HMMF. Check out the website to learn more about services offered to local businesses.
For more information about the Boulder County Recycling Center, visit the center’s webpage.