THANKS TO YOU, THE APRIL 21st – EARTH DAY E-WASTE RECYCLING EVENT WAS A SUCCESS!
More than 364 cars came through with electronic materials to be recycled at the off-site event! Thank you for making a difference.
The Rooney Road Recycling Center is made available to Jefferson County residents (and Arvada residents in Adams County) by your local government to use all year long by simply making an appointment. Gather your unwanted household chemicals and call 303-316-6262. The Center is open 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. A small copay is required for household chemical disposal. We recycle close to 90% of the chemicals collected keeping them out of our natural environment.
Used Paint Recycling
Used paint is now being recycled through a program managed by PaintCare. If all you have is architectural paint products to dispose, make an appointment to bring it to the Rooney Road Recycling Center and recycle it for FREE!
Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators (CESQG)
Businesses that acquire hazardous chemicals and need to recycle / dispose of them properly can also use the facility. Participating jurisdictions do not subsidize businesses and they are required to pay the full amount of recycling / disposal. Contact the Center by calling 303-316-6262 to make arrangements.
The Rooney Road Recycling Center Foundation needs your support! To promote activities that further recycling of waste in a responsible manner, are three ways to help:
- Provide your suggestions for recycling events!
- Participate in a recycling event – or better yet, volunteer to help!
- Donate to help recycling in Jefferson County!
The Rooney Road Recycling Center accepts electronics! It is illegal to dispose of computers, computer monitors, laptops, notebooks, tablets televisions, and peripherals such as keyboards, mice, and printers, fax machines, DVD and VCR players, radios, stereos, and video game consoles in the trash. For $1.25 a pound, the Center will properly dispose of your electronics and ensure secure erasing of hard drive data. Large televisions will be recycled for a $100 maximum charge.