1. Refrigerators and cooling appliances once having or currently containing freon are accepted and charged a flat $33 fee each no matter the size. They are deposited in the Resource Recovery Area of the landfill.

  2. Yes. They are charged like regular waste. Use our fee calculator to approximate the cost.

  3. Yes, however carpet and padding are not recycled. They are charged and accepted into the waste disposal area with other trash.

  4. We accept mattresses for DISPOSAL. The cost of disposal depends on how it's transported or the size. Residential cars, SUVs, passenger vans, pickup trucks, and cargo trucks are charged a flat fee.

    • If you're bringing it in a car, passenger van, or SUV, you'll pay $9 for disposal.
    • If you're bringing it in a truck or cargo van, you'll pay $18 for disposal.
    • If you're hauling it on a trailer, you'll pay $6.60 per cubic yard for your load.

    To determine the price of the load, use the calculator. If you would like to recycle your mattress, here are some local options.

  5. Yes. It is charged like regular waste.

  6. Yes, visit the Drop 'N' Swap page to schedule an appointment. 

  7. No. Salvaging is not allowed at the landfill. You may not pick anything up that is disposed off.

  8. No. For safety reasons we cannot have the public searching through trash. Most trash is buried or compacted within 30 minutes.

  9. Yes, we accept branches and yard waste through our Green Waste Program as an alternative to disposal. See Green Waste Program for requirements, fees, and a list of what is accepted.

  10. Residential cars, SUVs, passenger vans, pickup trucks, and cargo trucks will be charged a flat fee. If your trash is on a trailer, measure your trash (not the container) in feet. Plug these dimensions into our fee calculator to approximate the cost.

  11. Yes, per Colorado Revised Statutes. We will charge untarped loads double. Items in enclosed trailers, camper shells, and inside your vehicle are considered to be covered. Learn more about our Covered Load Policy.

  12. Electronics must be recycled per new state regulation effective July 1, 2013. This program accepts credit cards and cash and is operated by Waste Management inside the landfill. See Electronics Recycling for more information.

  13. Yes, we accept dead animals, for $14 per every 100 lbs with $14 minimum fee. Please note that the animals are disposed of in the regular trash area per CDPHE regulations.

  14. It varies by location and department. View all hours of operation.

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  16. Boats will be charged as loose waste; use our fee calculator to approximate the cost. Any batteries must be removed. Fluids must be drained from any motors. Trailers left for disposal with boats must be accompanied by a title. If the trailer has tires, you will be charged for them. Be prepared to remove the tires at the platform prior to disposal.

  17. We accept tires and rims. We can only take 9 tires per day per customer.  (unless you have a waste tire hauler license from the state of CO)

    Tires under 16.5" are $5.50 per tire to dispose

    Tires 17-24" are $8 per tire to dispose

    Tires 24-36" are $28 per tire to dispose 

    and Tires over 36" are $70 per tire to dispose

    There is an additional $3 per rim fee if the tires are still on the rim