Summit County Recycling Drop-Off Centers
- Summit County operates free recycling drop-off centers in Frisco and Breckenridge. Both are open 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
- For recycling drop-off options in Dillon and Silverthorne see drop-off location information from High Country Conservation Center.
- Here at SCRAP, we accept appliances, electronic recycling, household hazardous waste, motor oil and antifreeze, scrap metal, tires and wood waste for recycling.
- Learn more about recycling and disposal of household hazardous waste
- Learn more about recycling of electronic waste
- Current Recycling Guide
- Curbside Recycling Pickup for Households
- Educational Opportunities
- Electronic Waste
- Household Hazardous Waste
- Traditional Household Recycling
- Zero Waste Event Info
Please review the many links on the HC3 homepage for your specific recycling needs and if you still need more information, please call the gatehouse at (970) 468-9263 ext. 0 and we will direct you to the proper source.
Glass Recycling: Bottle to Bottle
To maximize the environmental benefits and financial sustainability of our recycling program, Summit County does not allow glass to be included in single-stream recycling. The best way to recycle glass is to bring it to one of our free drop-off centers. Watch the video to learn more.
Use Rocky the Recycling Robot
Hi, I’m Rocky the Recycling Robot, an easy to use directory to help residents and visitors of Summit County learn where to recycle, compost, or dispose of various materials in Summit County through the High Country Conservation Center (HC3). It’s simple, just input the item you are looking to get rid of in the search bar below, and we’ll tell you what to do with it. Remember, this information is intended primarily to facilitate the recycling of materials generated by households.
Free Recycling Events
Every May, the SCRAP holds a free recycling event in concert with Summit County Cleanup Day. We accept a variety of materials for recycling or safe disposal, to ensure that they don't harm our water quality. Accepted materials include electronics, household hazardous waste (paint, stain, pesticide, cleaners) and pharmaceuticals. The event is open to all Summit County residents and property owners.