Free to Summit County Residents
Enroll and receive a code to access the drop-off food scrap bins. This code is required to open the bear-proof bins and will change periodically to prevent trash dumping. You will be notified via email regarding code and program updates. See how the drop off food scrap bins work.
Call HC3 at 970-668-5703 with any questions or if you are interested in establishing a food scrap collection at your HOA or office.
Food Scrap Drop-off Locations
- Breckenridge: At the Breckenridge Recycling Center, 284 Coyne Valley Road. Google MAP
- Dillon: At Lord of the Mountains Church, accessed via Evergreen Road in Dillon. Google MAP
- Frisco: At the Frisco Recycling Center, 221 Peak One Blvd. Google MAP
- Silverthorne: At the Silverthorne Recycling Center located near the ball fields below the dam. Google MAP
Tools & Tips to Get Started
Collecting food scraps is an easy, important step in reducing our waste and carbon pollution. The compost generated from local food scraps creates a valuable amendment to nourish our soil. Ask Eartha: Why should I collect my food scraps?
Buy Local Compost Made From Your Food Scraps
You can purchase locally made compost from the Summit County Resource Allocation Park at the landfill near Keystone. The compost is created with food waste, biosolids, and wood chips from mountain pine beetle kill – one solution to deal with a substantial amount of dead trees. This compost meets all STA Class III certifications.