On average, Denverites recycle only 63% of the recyclable waste generated by their household each year. Making small recycling changes can make a huge difference!
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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 drop-off is open to Denver residents only. No commercial or landscaping company materials accepted at this site.
Find the drop-off located near the intersection of S. Quebec St. and E. Cherry Creek South Drive.
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