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Shredding service is available during the fall clean-up event only. Shredding is not available at the spring event. A limit of two banker box sized loads per resident is enforced.
TVs are accepted during both the spring and fall events. The disposal will cost a flat fee of $20 per TV, payable at the time of drop off directly to the vendor.
You should check with your own personal waste hauler. All homes in Erie are provided waste hauling services by private companies.
If your provider does not offer curbside pick-up, any items that will not fit in your regular waste bins should be dropped off at an appropriate location (landfill, recycling center, etc.).
Erie residents can take paint to the Hazardous Materials Management Facility in Boulder for free of charge.
During the Town's cleanup events in the spring and the fall, we partner with 3R Technology Solutions. They accept:
In most years, lawn mowers can be donated as part of the metal recycling program. Please make sure all the gas is removed.
Glass doors with metal framing can also be donated 11 at the metal and electronics recycling station. Wood-framed doors can be taken to the landfill.
Yes, but will be subject to appropriate charges. Contact the Front Range Landfill for more information.
Yes. See more about what is accepted on the Front Range Landfill website.
Mattresses are also accepted as part of the Clean-Up Day events in the fall and spring for a small fee.
All these items are accepted at the landfill. See the Front Range Landfill website for more details on what is accepted.
Visit the Front Range Landfill website and see what items are accepted.