Where can I recycle books in Denver?

Where can I recycle books in Denver?

7860 Zenobia Ct. Westminster, CO 80030.

  • (720) 767-2833.
  • Hours.
  • We offer a robust book (and other things we accept) reuse and recycling program serving the Denver Boulder Metro Area. Local pickups are available to Denver Boulder Metro Residences, Businesses, Schools, Libraries and Government Agencies.
  • What do you do with old books in Denver?

    Used or Rare Books (But Not Magazines) Bring no more than two (2) boxes to the desk at any Denver Public Library location. For larger donations, please call 720-865-1723 to make arrangements.

    Where is the best place to get rid of books?

    Paperback books that are torn or unusable can be placed in your curbside recycling bin for recycling. Sell them or give them away online. Craigslist.org and Freecycle.org are two online options for getting rid of unwanted books and other stuff, for free or for a price. Release your books “into the wild”.

    Does Denver Public Library take used books?

    What materials does the Denver Public Library accept as donations? We accept rare and used books, modern textbooks, music CDs, DVDs, BluRay and records.

    What items are hard to recycle?

    The Hardest to Recycle Items and What to Do with Them

    • Plastic bottle lids. Reusable drinking bottles save the environment over disposable bottles of water or other beverages.
    • Plastic shopping bags.
    • Broken china.
    • Disposable diapers.
    • Shredded paper.
    • Batteries.
    • Old trophies.

    Where can I donate magazines in Denver?

    Top 10 Best to donate magazines in Denver, CO

    1. Project C.U.R.E. International Headquarters. 11.7 mi.
    2. Denver Public Library. 1.0 mi. Libraries.
    3. Tattered Cover – Colfax Avenue. 0.8 mi. 250 reviews.
    4. Mutiny Information Cafe. 1.6 mi.
    5. Black & Read. 9.3 mi.
    6. USO. 17.7 mi.
    7. The Wild Animal Sanctuary. 30.5 mi.
    8. Trident Booksellers and Cafe. 25.6 mi.

    What is and is not recyclable?

    Not everything can be recycled, even if it’s made up of recyclable materials. Plastics like clothes hangers, grocery bags, and toys aren’t always recyclable in your curbside bin. Other things that aren’t recyclable include Styrofoam, bubble wrap, dishes, and electronic cords.

    How do you throw away books?

    Recycle Books Through Curbside Recycling Programs Books in poor condition, old books, or phone books can be recycled through curbside recycling programs. Just place them in the correct curbside recycling bin.

    What time does the Aurora library open today?

    Monday-Saturday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.