Recycle and clean-up events in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

May 20th, 2011

Recycle and clean-up events in Steamboat Spring, Colorado

Don’t haul your old computers and monitors to dump and fill up the Milner Landfill. Spend a little time and money and recycle your old stuff. It’s tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow.

Old-Computers recycle in Steamboat Springs

Old-Computers recycle in Steamboat Springs

The Yampa Valley Sustainability Council and Yampa Valley Re cycles are hosting a community recycling drop-off from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Howelsen Hill.
The recycling drop-off event is accepting a number of items at no charge. There is a charge for these items:

■ Desktop computer (CPU plus mouse & keyboard): $10

■ Monitor: $15

■ Printer: $10

■ TV (tabletop): $20

■ TV (console or projection): $45

■ VCR/DVD/stereo, alarm clock, etc.: $10 each

■ Desktop fax/scanner: $10

■ Cooking oil, motor oil and latex paint: $1 per gallon — no oil-based paint accepted

■ Freon removal from fridges, air conditioners, etc.: $75

The recycling drop-off event is accepting a number of items at no charge. There is a charge for these items:

■ Desktop computer (CPU plus mouse & keyboard): $10

■ Monitor: $15

■ Printer: $10

■ TV (tabletop): $20

■ TV (console or projection): $45

■ VCR/DVD/stereo, alarm clock, etc.: $10 each

■ Desktop fax/scanner: $10

■ Cooking oil, motor oil and latex paint: $1 per gallon — no oil-based paint accepted

■ Freon removal from fridges, air conditioners, etc.: $75

The recycling drop-off event is accepting a number of items at no charge. There is a charge for these items:

■ Desktop computer (CPU plus mouse & keyboard): $10

■ Monitor: $15

■ Printer: $10

■ TV (tabletop): $20

■ TV (console or projection): $45

■ VCR/DVD/stereo, alarm clock, etc.: $10 each

■ Desktop fax/scanner: $10

■ Cooking oil, motor oil and latex paint: $1 per gallon — no oil-based paint accepted

■ Freon removal from fridges, air conditioners, etc.: $75

The event coin cides with the fifth annual Routt County Clean-Up Day. People wanting to participate in that should go to the Routt County Courthouse lawn in downtown Steamboat Springs at 8:30 a.m. Saturday. A barbecue is at noon at Howelsen for those who volunteer at Saturday’s events.

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