Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Information provided for reference only. Residents should contact vendors directly to verify current services offered and confirm cost, if any. For a broader resource tool, visit the Tri-County Health Department A - Z Recycle Guide.


6240 W. 54th Avenue, Arvada, CO 80002


Call first to confirm:

  • O’Reilly Auto Parts - motor oil, batteries, oil filters must be in plastic bags
  • Advance Auto Parts - motor oil and batteries

Asphalt, Concrete, and Wood

Batteries and Light Bulbs

Call first to confirm:

  • Batteries Plus
  • Home Depot
  • Lowes

Donation Services

Small Electronics and Used Ink Cartridges

Call first to confirm:

  • Office Depot
  • Staples
  • Best Buy

Other Electronics

Call first to confirm:

  • ERI - 3250 Abilene St, Aurora, CO 80011
  • Metech - 500 W 53rd Pl, Denver, CO 80216

Resources for unincorporated county residents

Call for eligibility:


Check with your waste hauler, then treat with paint hardener and dispose of with your rubbish and trash pickup.

Residential Rubbish and Trash Pick-up

The City of Littleton does not provide trash hauling or recycling services but encourages neighbors to coordinate service for their street, block or neighborhood.


  • Discount Tires
  • Keller Bros. Auto Repair

Wood, Branch and Yard Waste

City-Sponsored Programs

Spring Tree Sale

Pre-order February to April
City Spring Tree Sale Program

Prescription Drugs Take Back

Year-round drop off-bin located inside the Littleton Center. Also an annual event in April and October
Drug Take-Back Day (April and October)

Household Hazardous Waste Roundup

Early September. Dispose of chemicals, batteries, oil-based paint and other hazardous materials

Leaf Recycling Drop-off

October/November (no tires)
Christmas Tree Mulching

Drop off undecorated trees at Cornerstone Park during daylight hours. December/January
Christmas Tree Mulching Program

Free Wood Mulch

From city tree-trimming operations is available. Mulch pile is located at the northwest corner of S. Prescott Street and W. Prentice Avenue
Free Wood Mulch Program