The City will host an E-Waste residential collection event in the fall of 2023. Details coming soon.
What is Electronic Waste?
- Anything with a plug or battery (computers, printers, keyboards, monitors, televisions, stereos, microwaves, faxes, VCRs, cell phones, etc.)
- These items can contain lead and other heavy metals and should not be put in the landfill where they may leak and contaminate the watershed
- E-Waste is NOT smoke detectors, batteries, and mercury bulbs. These are household hazardous waste (HHW)
- Colorado law prohibits anyone from disposing of electronic waste into a landfill
Where to Recycle
CFL (Compact Fluorescent Bulb) Recycling
CFLs are considered hazardous waste and should not be disposed of in the trash. Please bring them to the Pitkin County Solid Waste Center for proper handling.