Windsor’s relocated recycling center will open Wednesday at the town’s public works facility, 922 N. 15th St.
The recycling center will accept cardboard, low-grade paper, glass and plastics. The town ended yard waste collection this year because commercial use of the service was driving up costs, a town representative previously told the Coloradoan.
The relocation will accommodate the planned expansion of Windsor’s Diamond Valley Sports Park at the old Brush Recycling Site.
Windsor Water Utility customers who want to continue recycling yard waste can take it to A1 Organics in Eaton or Hageman Earth Cycle in Fort Collins for a one-time rebate of up to $10. To get the rebate, you’ll need to fill out an application and provide proof of residency and purchase.
To download a 2019 yard waste rebate application, visit windsorgov.com/recycling or call 970-674-2400.
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