WHERE TO COMPOST: COLORADO

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Arvada

-Rocky Mountain Composting: Residential organics collection for composting. Their standard plans accept food waste and yard trimmings, and they also have a monthly option for composting of dog waste.

Boulder

-Municipal: The City of Boulder offers curbside organics collection for residents and businesses. For more information about what you can include in your bin, find more information here.
-University of Colorado Boulder: If you're visiting this city, check out the compost bins on University of Colorado at Boulder's campus, where you can deposit small amounts of food scraps that you've generated on your trip.

Denver

-Cherry Creek Recycling and Compost: Free food scrap (and recycling) drop-off for Denver residents.
-Compost Colorado: Curbside food scrap and organics collection in the greater Denver area.
-Denver Compost Collective: Food scrap curbside collection service geared toward apartment-dwellers. They donate their finished compost to a local community farm, Frontline Farming.
-Municipal: In Denver, residents in single family homes can pay to participate in the city's compost collection program.
-Scraps Mile High: This private compost collection service is bike-powered and will pick up your food scraps if you don't have access to the city's collection program. They focus on condominiums, apartment buildings, and businesses; you can find their service area listed here.

Durango

-Table to Farm Compost: A pick-up service that offers curbside composting to Durango residents.

Fort Collins

-Common Good Compost: Offers curbside food scrap pick-up, as well as the option to claim back some of your finished compost.

Greeley

-Common Good Compost: Offers curbside food scrap pick-up, as well as the option to claim back some of your finished compost.

Golden

-City collection: The city offers composting as an add-on service to trash services.

Windsor

-Common Good Compost: Offers curbside food scrap pick-up, as well as the option to claim back some of your finished compost.

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