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Recyle your styrofoam peanuts

Did you know you can recycle your styrofoam packing peanuts

The UPS Store in Woodland Park recycles all styrofoam packing peanuts.  What they don't recycle are the biodegradable cellulose packing peanuts ... How to tell the difference?  Biodegradeable packing peanuts dissolve in water!  Foam peanuts don't.   

See the image below for what the UPS Store recycles. 

 

 

Electronics Recycling in Woodland Park!

Electronics recycling in Woodland Park!

Thanks to a new partnership between Blue Star Recyclers, the Woodland Park High School SOS club, and RE-2 school district, recycling in Woodland Park is taking a BIG step forward, with a partnership that expands electronics recycling efforts in our community, and generates funds for vocational training of students.  Great news! 

To view complete details including hours of operation, and what can be recycled, please visit http://www.wpsdk12.org/wppr/

Woodland Park Panther Recycling

 

 

Recyling at the Divide Transfer Station

UPDATE:  as of 1/1/16 recycling is (unfortunately) no longer free.  The cost is now $5.00 a load.

Want to know what you can (and can't!) recycle at Waste Management's Divide Transfer Station?  Check the attached PDF (click here).  Remember (as of this writing) recycling at the transfer station is free - $5.00 a load - for residents of Woodland Park and Teller County.

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5th Annual Electronics Recycling Event!

Join Woodland Park High School's SOS Club and Blue Star Recyclers for their 5th annual electronics recycling event on May 5.

Get rid of those unwanted TVs, computers, audio/video equipment, and small appliances by recycling them!  Event runs from 10am-2pm on Saturday, May 5, 2012 at the high school parking lot, 151 N. Baldwin in Woodland Park.  All proceeds from the event go to the SOS Club & help Blue Star create jobs for resident with disabilities in the Pikes Peak Region.  Visit the Blue Star website to learn more!

Please click HERE to see the event flyer for complete details, directions, and location.

Note - If you plan on recycling a TV or CRT (box) computer monitor, there is a small fee depending on size.  All other electronics recycling is FREE!  See flyer for details.

 

Hazardous Waste Recycling

Did you know that El Paso County hosts a FREE hazardous waste recycling facility open to El Paso County AND Teller County residents?

They accept a HUGE number of items including: paints, solvents, thinners, household cleaners, lawn & garden chemicals (fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides), antifreeze, used motor oil, batteries of all kinds, fluorescent lights, electronics, and even old prescription medications.

For a COMPLETE list of accepted items, and hours of operation, click HERE.

To check out the program page on the El Paso County website, click HERE.

   

 

 

 


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