Cheyenne Drop Off Locations:

A.  WYCO Recycling – 1938 Wyott Dr. (West Side of Building) – Opening Sept 18, 2017

Open Monday – Saturday 7AM-4PM

Accepts the following items:

  • Cardboard
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Tin Cans (please rinse first)
  • #1 Plastic Pop & Water Bottles (No #1 food containers please)
  • #2 Plastic Containers (Milk jugs, detergent bottles, etc.  No antifreeze, motor oil or herbacide/pesticide containers)
  • Clear Glass (bottles only, no ceramic, window or other glass)
  • Green and Brown Glass  (bottles only, no ceramic, window or other glass)

Mixed Paper

  • Newspaper (includes inserts)
  • Office Paper (white & pastel colored paper, shredded paper, mail, file folders, etc.  Paper clips and staples okay)
  • Magazines
  • Books (hardback, paperback, and phone books)

PLEASE NOTE – Putting items not listed above in the public drop off bins (including 3-7 plastics and bags) will cause the entire bin to be thrown in the trash and could cause the bins to be removed.


B.  WYCO Recycling – 2600 Missile Dr. NOW CLOSED

C.  Albertsons – 5800 Yellowstone Rd.

Open 24/7.  Accepts flattened cardboard and newspaper only.

D.  Albertsons  3355 Pershing Blvd.

Open 24/7.  Accepts flattened Cardboard and Newspaper only.

E. Lowes – 1608 Prarie Ave.

Open 24/7.  Accepts flattened cardboard and newspaper only.


** Please empty plastic bags and paper sacks full of recyclables into the appropriate bins and do not place the bags inside the bins.  Paper sacks can be recycled in the cardboard bins.  Plastic bags unfortunately must be discarded as trash.

** Commercial customers please refrain from using the remote locations for drop off.  Please bring your recyclables to WYCO Recycling at 1938 Wyott Drive or call 303-638-0278 to arrange pick up service.

** WYCO Recycling would like to thank the donation area sponsors, Albertsons, Kmart, and Lowes, for the use of their property for these sites. Please be respectfull and do not leave trash or non-recyclable items at these locations.  Please do not leave recyclables on the ground if the bins are full.  Misuse can put this free community service in jeopardy for everyone.