DENVER, CO - The City of Denver and the County of Denver holds a Recycling, Compost & Garbage program as a household waste collection program in the Denver community.
In one year, the City and County of Denver generate approximately 220,000 tonnes of household waste in the Denver neighborhood. It can be concluded that approximately 1.2 tonnes of household waste are generated by each household in the City and County of Denver annually.
For this reason, the City and County of Denver held a Recycling, Compost & Garbage program as a household waste transportation program in the City and District of Denver.
There are a few things people should know about garbage collection, recycling, and composting. Communities can place garbage, recycling, and compost into the conveyance at 7 am. Delays in the delivery of goods cannot be done due to limited resources.
Because the haul truck is an automated truck, it provides about two feet of space for each garbage, recycling, and composting cart. Fill the trolley to its full capacity but don't overdo it.
Check through the official Recycle, Compost, and Trash websites for items that can be transported by automated trucks. This also applies to checking Recycle, Compost, and Garbage schedules around your home environment.
For holidays, pick up is done one day after the holiday, which means there will be a delay in pick up for one day. The following is a schedule for collecting, recycling, and composting garbage on holidays.
- Labor Day - Monday, September 6, 2021
- Veterans Day - Thursday, 11 November 2021 (Submissions are NOT postponed)
- Thanksgiving Day - Thursday, November 25, 2021
- Christmas Day - Friday, December 24, 2021
- Christmas Day - Saturday, December 25, 2021
- New Year's Day - Friday, 31 December 2021
- New Year's Day - Saturday, January 1, 2022
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