Effective March 24, 2020, City indoor facilities and most outdoor recreational facilities will be closed until further notice. Parks and open space remain open, but residents are reminded to maintain six feet of distance and not to gather in groups. Visit LouisvilleCO.gov/COVID19 for the full details.
Due to the rapidly changing nature of public health guidance for in-person events, information will change. Please check the calendar before attending any City events. Event cancellations and information for joining public meetings that are available online will be available on this calendar.
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POSTPONED: Household Hazardous Waste & Electronics Drop Off Event
- Date: 04/25/2020 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Due to the rapidly changing circumstances, the Hazardous Waste and Electronics Disposal Drop Off will be postponed and unfortunately will not take place on April 25th. Along with health and safety concerns, facilities necessary to collect the disposed of materials are closed for the foreseeable future.
Louisville residents can recycle electronics and safely dispose of household hazardous waste in a City-sponsored event at the Ascent Church parking lot (550 McCaslin Blvd). To serve residents efficiently, the drop off is by appointment only. Please sign up for a time slot at https://signup.com/go/WuPCMBF or email Katie Baum, email@example.com.
According to Colorado state law, all electronics must be recycled. Unfortunately electronic waste can't be recycled in your curbside carts since it is illegal for residents of Colorado to throw away or dump electronic waste in their waste streams (i.e. household trash, recycling, or compost).
To help residents properly recycle their electronic waste, the following electronics will be accepted at the City's drop off event:
CRT monitors and TVs, general E-waste keyboards, mice, cords, cell phones, PDAs, iPods, handheld devices, computer towers, servers, and laptops
The following items will NOT be accepted:
CRT TVs with broken glass, projection TVs of any size, scrap metal, appliances, and microwaves
There is no charge to recycle computer towers, servers, and laptops. All other items will charged at a per/pound rate. Cash, checks, and credit cards will be accepted.
For more information on recycling larger items such as appliances, visit EcoCycle.org or call EcoCycle on 303.444.6634.
Household hazardous waste
Many products found in your kitchen, bathroom, garage or garden shed are potentially hazardous substances.
Motor oil, paints, pesticides, antifreeze, wood preservatives, batteries and many household cleaners contain solvents, petroleum products, heavy metals or other toxic chemicals. When these products are
dumped in the trash or poured down the drain, their hazardous chemicals can injure people or contaminate drinking water sources.
At the April 25 event, residents can safely dispose of their household hazardous waste free of charge.
Residents can also drop off household hazardous waste at the Boulder County Hazardous Materials Management (HMM) Facility located at 1901 63rd St., west of the Boulder County Recycling Center, Wednesday through Saturday 8:30 am - 4 pm. Contact HMM at 720.564.2251 for more information about their facility and hours.
Find out more
If you have any questions about the drop off event, please contact Sustainability Specialist Katie Baum by email or phone (303) 335-4534.