Used Pallet Recycling in Colorado

 

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Our pallet yards are in Denver, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs, and we offer free local delivery up to 300-616 pallets. Smaller orders can be picked up locally. We have Grade A, Grade B, and Grade C pallets available.

We haul away broken or unwanted pallets for free throughout Colorado. We also have locations in neighboring states that deliver across the state of Colorado. We have pallets in Utah, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Arizona.

The best place to find used pallets in Colorado

You can schedule a pick up by calling us or sending us an email at any time and we will make sure you are taken care of.

Denver
Colorado Springs
Aurora
Fort Collins
Lakewood
Thornton
Arvada
Westminster
Pueblo
Greeley
Highlands Ranch
Centennial
Boulder
Longmont
Loveland
Castle Rock
Broomfield
Grand Junction
Commerce City
Parker

 

Littleton
Brighton
Security-Widefield
Northglenn
Windsor
Dakota Ridge
Ken Caryl
Englewood
Pueblo West
Wheat Ridge
Erie
Lafayette
Fountain
Columbine
Evans
Four Square Mile
Louisville
Clifton
Montrose
Golden

 

Durango
Sherrelwood
Cimarron Hills
Johnstown
Cañon City
Firestone
Fort Carson
Frederick
Greenwood Village
Welby
Lone Tree
Federal Heights
Sterling
Fruita
Steamboat Springs
Superior
Black Forest
Castle Pines
Wellington
Berthoud

 

Frequently Asked Pallet Recycling Questions

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In Colorado, what does it cost to buy used pallets?

It is estimated that Colorado has one of the most expensive used pallet prices in the country. Prices can vary depending on the market, the supply chain, and the time of year. You can expect to pay anywhere between $3 and $8 per pallet for full truckload orders (500-616).

If you would like a quote regarding pallets, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone or email. It is very important to note that the pallet size, as well as the pallet type, also play an important role in determining the cost of the pallets.

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What do you get paid when you recycle used pallets?

Depending on the condition of the skid and the amount per pickup, Used Pallet Recycling pays anywhere from $4 to $6 a unit on average. Broken and unwanted skids are also free to be picked up near you.

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What is a Grade A Pallet(#1)

While there is a great deal of debate regarding what constitutes a Grade A Pallet, here is what we consider to be an accurate definition:

 

  • On top of the pallet, there are seven wooden boards
  • At the bottom of the pallet there are five wooden boards
  • Some pallets may contain 6″ lead boards, but we cannot guarantee that all pallets will contain 6″ boards, but some pallets may contain 6″ boards if they are available
  • Generally speaking, the spacing between top decks is between 2.5″ and 3.5″ depending on the manufacturer
  • Each stringer measures 1-1/2″ x 3-1/2″ and there are three of them in total
  • 4 – way partial entry
  • Flush
  • There should be no damage to the stringers or boards
  • Whenever there is a split in the stringers, it may be necessary to mount repair plates on each stringer in order to strengthen it
  • There should be no pests or contagions in the wood.
  • Also known as a #1 or Premium GMA
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What is the definition of a Grade B Pallet (#2)?

Grade B pallets are 48 x 40. They may have some minor damage to the boards or stringers, but they’re still functional. They’ve been used multiple times, so there may be some wear and tear. 

To repair or reinforce the damaged wood, an additional runner is placed alongside the broken or cracked piece. “Grade B” pallets have previously been used and usually have some sort of damage to one of their stringers.

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Do wooden pallets have any value in Colorado?

In Colorado, used pallets still hold great value. We’ll work with you to come up with a reasonable deal. Here is what we need to determine the rebate value:

  • Pictures
  • Quality Product
  • Quantity of pick-up
  • Volume is important (the more the better)
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In what shapes and sizes do pallets most commonly come?

The most common pallet sizes in are as follows:

  •  Standard 48″ x 40″
  • 42″ x 42″
  • 48″ x 48
  • 36″ x 36″
  • 40″ x 48″
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Are there any locations where pallets can be dropped off for recycling if they have been broken or damaged?

If you live close to one of our recycling centers, you can drop off your recyclables at any of them. They are open from 7 am until 5 pm, Monday through Friday. Give us a call today

As part of our services, we also offer free pickup and drop trailers to our customers

Located in the following zip codes:

80013, 80015, 80526