Welcome to Vail Valley Waste!

While the Vail Valley Waste team is proud to collect your waste and recycle, there are some items that we are prohibited from collecting including old electronic items and household hazardous waste. If you need help with recycling or discarding these items, please use the Eagle County resources listed below for help.

Eagle County eRecycle

Electronic Waste Recycling
Beginning July 1, 2013, Senate Bill 12-133, also known as “Electronic Recycling Jobs Act,” prohibits the disposal of electronic devices (e-waste) in Colorado landfills. Eagle County residents and businesses may recycle their old electronics at the Eagle County Household Hazardous Waste Facility, located at the landfill. Cost to recycle e-waste is $.20 per pound. For any questions please call 970-328-3463.

Electronics that are banned from disposal include:

  • Computers and computer monitors
  • Televisions
  • Printers
  • Fax machines
  • DVD players and VCRs
  • Peripherals such as keyboards and mice
  • Radios and stereos
  • Video game consoles
  • Laptops and notebook computers
  • Ultrabooks, netbooks and tablets
  • Devices not included in the ban:
  • Appliances
  • Non-hazardous industrial or commercial devices
  • Motor vehicle components
  • Any type of telephone

Eagle County Household Hazardous Waste

Use these tips to ensure proper disposal of household hazardous waste:

  • The safest way to dispose of household hazardous waste is to use the product until it is completely gone.
  • If you can’t finish the product, share with neighbors, friends or professionals who may have use for it.
  • Read product labels for specific disposal instructions. If stated, follow manufacture’s directions for proper disposal.
  • If not stated or if you are unsure about proper disposal of a product, contact the manufacturer or call the HHW Facility at 970-328-3463.
  • Recycle the material whenever possible. If not recyclable, bring it to the HHW/CESQG facility.

Eagle County residents may dispose of their household hazardous waste by bringing it to the HHW Facility. Anyone living in their own home, apartment or condominium may dispose of residential household waste at no charge up to 20 items.