Fleet Services is a support division in place to manage purchases, maintenance, and disposal of all vehicles within the City and County of Broomfield. This includes all gas and diesel-powered equipment ranging from chain saws and weed trimmers to Class 8 dump trucks and off-road loaders.
Waste Oil Recycling
Broomfield residents can participate in the Waste Oil Recycling program operated by the Public Works Fleet Services Division. This year-round program is located at the Norman Smith Service Center at 3001 W. 124th Ave. (just east of Lowell Boulevard). The hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to noon on the first Saturday of each month. (If the first Saturday is a holiday, the collection will take place on the second Saturday instead.)
Acceptable types of oil are automotive engine, transmission, and differential, as well as used cooking oil. Other guidelines include:
- Program is for Broomfield residents only; no oil from commercial businesses accepted.
- A maximum of five gallons per household per month is allowed.
- Oils contaminated with fuels, solvents, or water are not accepted.
- Cooking oils that have solidified, oil filters, and antifreeze cannot be accepted.
- Users must take back their empty containers.
For more information, call Fleet Services at 303-438-6336 or email Public Works.
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