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2018 GREAT DENVER CLEANUP

 

 

The 2018 Great Denver Cleanup Event has ended.

Please visit our Recycling Directory for a list of local drop-off locations for all types of materials.

The 2018 Great Denver Cleanup was a hugely successful event! Thank you to all Denver residents that took the time to bring us their hard-to-recycle items on Saturday, June 9th. Collected that this year's event:

  • 44 tons of trash
  • 17 tons of yard debris for composting
  • Nearly 1 ton of windows and glass panes for recycling
  • 114 cubic yards of donatable and reusable items (furniture, clothing, etc.)
  • 2 tons of cardboard for recycling
  • 95 mattresses and box springs
  • Over 100 appliances for recycling

We hope you feel good about recycling this material and enjoying your now cleaner yards and garages.

Saturday, June 9th - 9 AM to 2 PM

 

Banner for 2018 Great Denver Cleanup

FREE DROP SITES: Saturday, June 9, 2018 from 9 AM - 2 PM

  1. North High School (Northwest area) - 2960 N. Speer Blvd.
  2. Public Works Roslyn Facility (Northeast area) - 5440 Roslyn St.
  3. Public Works Central Platte Facility (Southwest area) - 1271 W. Bayaud Ave.
  4. Cherry Creek Transfer Station (Southeast area) - 7301 E. Jewell Ave.

From Garage Cleanouts to Neighborhood Cleanups

ACCEPTED ITEMS*

  • Large (Bulky) Items
  • Furniture and mattresses (In any condition)
  • Household Waste
  • Yard Debris (Brush, branches and stumps)
  • All Clothing and Shoes (Please keep separate from other waste)
  • Cardboard
  • Rigid Plastics
  • Appliances (Water heaters, dishwashers, microwaves, refrigerators, etc.)
  • Certain Types of Glass (Windows, shower doors, and table tops) Collected only at site #3 (Public Works Central Platte Facility)
 

NOT ACCEPTED

  • NO Tires
  • NO Construction Materials
  • NO Batteries
  • NO Electronics
  • NO Hazardous Waste
  • NO Paint
 

The Great Denver Cleanup is sponsored by Keep Denver Beautiful, a program of Denver Solid Waste Management. Visit DenverGov.org/kdb or call 311 (720-913-1311) for more information.