We will be closed for lunch from noon to 1 p.m.
- All visitors will be required to wear a face covering.
- Be prepared to unload your hazardous materials from your vehicle onto a cart provided by the HMMF and check in with an employee.
- Please do not visit the HMMF if you feel unwell or have a fever, cough, or shortness of breath.
- Public restrooms are closed until further notice.
Review our list of acceptable common household items for disposal. Call 720-564-2251 with any questions.
Common household hazardous waste products include items such as fluorescent bulbs and tubes, home cleaning products, home maintenance products, motor oil and antifreeze, paint, and yard and garden care products. The Hazardous Materials Management Facility accepts wastes from residents and businesses in Boulder and Broomfield counties.
The Free Reuse Area
Shop the Reuse Area first for free reusable products available during regular hours of operation.
Three short educational videos titled Hazardous Waste Overview, Paint Recycling & Disposal, and Toxic Products.
Prolong the life of your CFLs. Learn about selecting and using CFLs in a variety of applications including frequent on/off, dimming, indoor and outdoor locations. Find out how to clean up and dispose of broken bulbs, and where to dispose of in-tact bulbs.
Hazardous waste disposal for businesses is by appointment only for businesses in Boulder and Broomfield counties that generate small quantities of hazardous wastes. Fees for the service are based on waste management costs for the type and weight of waste delivered, plus surcharges for overhead and construction.
Household hazardous wastes are often common products used in the home and need to be disposed of safely. Warning words on product containers such as poison, toxic, corrosive, volatile, flammable, inflammable, combustible, explosive, danger, caution, warning, and harmful will alert you to the hazardous nature of the product. Learn more about items that are accepted at the Boulder County Hazardous Waste Management Facility.
Household sharps are accepted at Hazardous Materials Management Facility. Safe handling procedures should always be followed by the in-home sharps user.
With just a few basic and inexpensive ingredients you may already have, you can scrub, scour, deodorize, disinfect and cleanse your entire home without the toxicity of conventional store-bought cleaners.