The Rotary Club of Evergreen has a very active environmental program administered by the Community Service Committee's Planet Earth Subcommittee.  In recent years, the focus on this subcommittee has been on sustainable environmental practices, in particular recycling.  The links at the left of this page provide a variety of resources including governmental recycling centers, vendors which accept selected items, charitable organizations that will accept donations of reusable goods, organizations in the community with similar goals; and even photo albums of our past recycling events.  Don't see what you need?  Try the Recycling Locator link.
In addition to these year-around resources, the Rotary Club of Evergreen annually sponsors Recycle Roundup as a service to the Evergreen community.   It provides the community with the opportunity to dispose of many hard-to-recycle items conveniently and in an environmentally responsible manner.   Many items are free, but a small fee is charged for others.   The event is held at the Evergreen Country Day School each September and is staffed by Club volunteers.  All proceeds from the event are devoted to the recycling effort.  Donations and volunteers are always welcome.  Check the Website calendar and watch this site for information about the next event.
2018 Rotary Club of Evergreen 10th Annual Mereth Meade Recycle Day
The Rotary Club of Evergreen Recycle Roundup Day has renamed this annual event after it’s founder, Mereth Meade!  It’s now called the 10th Annual Mereth Meade Recycle Day.  On Saturday September 22rd from 9.00 a.m. through 2.00 p.m. Evergreen and surrounding communities are invited to bring their hard to re-cycle items to Evergreen Country Day School, behind Home Depot in Evergreen. The Evergreen Rotary and Goodwill Industries of Denver will partner again this year accepting electronics with small fees for old tv’s and/or computer monitors.  Paper shredding will be available for only five dollars for each box or bag of paper.  Please note that paper must be free of staples and paper clips.  Mattresses/Box Springs are fifteen dollars for each piece.  Most items are free like paint, metals, walkers, wheel chairs and canes, clothes, shoes, skiis/boots, bicycles, washers/dryers, #2 plastics, styrofoam, polystyrene and bubble wrap.  We will take any appliance or electronic with a plug, other than refrigerators. Unfortunately, we will be unable to take hazardous materials, light bulbs or batteries.  For more information, contact Tim Eagan at or 303-656-3953.