The Cherry Creek Recycling Drop-Off provides a convenient and NO-COST way for Denver residents to keep extra recyclables out of the landfill and to compost yard debris, food scraps, and non-recyclable paper.
The facility is the first of its kind in Denver and marks another milestone in completing the City’s Master Plan for Managing Waste in the Mile High City.
The Drop-Off is open to Denver residents only. No commercial or landscaping company material will be accepted at this site.
The recycling Drop-Off is located near the intersection of S. Quebec St. and E. Cherry Creek South Drive. Enter going south on Cherry Creek Dr. South (follow the signs).
Denver Recycles will collect and recycle holiday lights from November 15, 2017 to January 20, 2018 at the Cherry Creek Recycling Drop-off. Incandescent, LED, and “icicle” light strings, along with wires and attached bulbs will all be accepted for recycling. No bubble (liquid-filled) or neon lights. All packaging material and bags must be removed from the light strands prior to recycling. Dont’ delay and bring us your old holiday lights today!
For more information contact Denver Recycles at 311 (720-913-1311) or visit DenverGov.org/DenverRecycles. For more resources on saving energy and improving your home’s comfort this winter season visit DenverEnergy.org.
PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT PUT LIGHTS OR BULBS IN PURPLE RECYCLE CARTS