Most City and County of Denver offices will be closed Monday, March 27 in observance of the César Chávez Day holiday.
LeafDrop is a seasonal program that turns leaves into compost. The final compost product is made available at a discounted price to Denver residents in the spring.
Do you have broken, burned-out or impossibly tangled sets of holiday lights stored away with last year’s holiday decorations?Don’t throw them out – recycle them for free instead!
Treecycle is a seasonal program offered by Denver Recycles that turns discarded Christmas trees into mulch after the holiday season. Free Treecycle mulch is made available to Denver residents at the Mulch Giveaway and Compost Sale in May.
GrassCycling is the practice of leaving grass clippings on your lawn when mowing, instead of bagging them. It’s the natural way to recycle grass clippings and provide your lawn with the valuable nutrients and water that it needs.
The Mulch Giveaway provides a great opportunity for Denver residents to save money on landscaping and to keep recycled materials utilized locally. Denver residents may pick up free mulch and buy compost at a reduced price.
Ever wonder what happens to all those fallen leaves you leave out for recycling collection? They’re turned into compost. Denver residents can buy compost at a discount during the annual Compost Sale and help Denver close the compost loop!
Paint Recycling Event in partnership with GreenSheen May 13, additional details coming soon!