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Recycling Auto Batteries

When purchasing an auto battery, it is best to return the old battery to the same store.  If you have a battery to recycle, most auto parts stores will take them.  Arvada Recycling at 9630 Ralston Road, accepts used auto batteries.  In addition, the Rooney Road Recycling Center located at 151 South Rooney Road accepts used auto batteries.  There is a $20 fee to take materials to the Center so collect other unwanted household chemicals (paint, mineral spirits, insecticides, pesticides, etc.) and call 303-316-6262 because a reservation is required.  For those unable to drive to the facility an appointment can be made for the material to be picked up at your home for $30.  For more information, please click on the link below to submit a service request. 

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