Taos County is accepting recyclables again at the Los Cordovas Transfer Station, located at 184 Los Cordovas Road, in Taos. The station is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Tuesday through Saturday. All Taos County residents are welcome to recycle at this location.
The following materials are eligible for recycling:
- Corrugated cardboard
- Mixed paper
- Shredded office paper
- Aluminum cans
- Tin cans
- White goods (washers, dryer,etc.)
- All rechargeable batteries (lithium, lead acid, nickel-cadmium, and lithium ion)
According to the taosnm.gov website, all loads must be tarped or secured properly. Additionally, cardboard boxes must be broken down and all Styrofoam removed from boxes ahead of time. If you’re donating tin and aluminum cans, they should be separated from the rest of your load.
An attendant will be present during hours of operation, available to help you find the proper bins and sort things correctly.
Contact Lorenzo Gutierrez: (575) 779-8941, Edward Martinez: (575) 770-9127, or Daniel Young: (575) 779-4938 with any questions you may have.