Household Chemical Roundups

Workers in Neon Safety Vests Sorting Household Hazardous Waste at an Outdoor Collection Event

COVID-19 Update

In response to safety precautions involved with the pandemic, our event structure has changed. We are now offering appointment-only Mini Pop-Up Events and Door-to-Door services in Douglas County. 

  1.  Douglas County 
  2. Other Options
  3. Arapahoe County 
  4.  Adams County 

Reservation Required! Space is limited.

pictures of last year's event with information about the event as well as items to bring and not  Opens in new windowCall 303-269-9448 to reserve your spot at our first appointment-only Household Chemical Roundup Pop-Up Event. Face coverings are required.

Appointments are required and will be limited to 150 people on a first come, first serve basis. Bring proof of residency and your credit or debit card only (no cash accepted) for the $25 required fee. Get more information by reviewing our flyer and press release.

LocationDate and time
Joint Services Center
17801 E. Plaza Drive, Parker
Friday, November 20
8 a.m.- noon


Items you can bringItems you cannot bring

For more information on acceptable and unacceptable items at Veolia’s Colorado Recycling Center webpage. 

No electronic waste, tires, flares, or medical wastes are accepted at these events.


For this year's event, we do not need volunteers at this time. Thank you

Door-to-Door Service

If you are unable to attend this event, we also offer a Door-to-Door service for a limited 20 households per month through June 2021 for a $25 fee. Call 303-269-9448 to schedule your appointment.

Household Chemical Roundup Events

Events for Adams and Arapahoe Counties are organized by their individual cities, which should be contacted for further information. These community events help dispose of chemical waste properly, prevent pollution, and protect the people handling your garbage. Below, you will find current information for events and disposal services. You can also call the Household Chemical Roundup hotline at 303-846-6249 for updates on events by county.

Last year, 3,296 households from Douglas County participated in the roundups, disposing and recycling 475,640 pounds of household hazardous waste. Check out our Storyboard detailing the accomplishments made during our 2019 Castle Rock event.

Safe Handling of Household Hazardous Items

Many common products found in your home, such as oil-based paint, mercury, gasoline, degreasers, cleaning compounds, and garden chemicals, may be hazardous to you, your family and the environment if used or disposed of improperly. 

It is important to read the product labels to safely store, use, and dispose of chemicals. When these chemicals are not used up entirely, they become household chemical waste and must be disposed of properly or it can harm sanitation workers, create problems in sewage treatment plants and landfills, or pollute the water or air.