EnviroWagg’s Colorado green partners

Talking about being green and making token efforts are one thing. Taking steps to make a meaningful difference is another. This green team is helping to reduce carbon paw prints in Front Range Colorado communities.

Dog waste pick-up service

Pet Scoop is a Denver-based pick-up service dedicated to sustainable practices. The company has partnered with EnviroWagg to turn part of the dog waste it collects into compost that green up landscaping.

Households and residential complexes can contact Pet Scoop’s Waste-Not Service to receive a lidded container and bag for pet waste. Pet Scoop will pick it up weekly and send it to EnviroWagg for composting.

Pet Scoop transports waste from EnviroWagg’s green partners to Soil Rejuvenation Garden Bed Supply link https://soilrejuvenation.com/ in Longmont, Colorado

Dog parks

The municipalities below contribute to sustainability by participating in EnviroWagg’s composting program. The parks departments have installed stations with compostable bags, separate waste receptacles and signage at their dog parks to make it easy for visitors to divert their dog’s poo from the trash.

City of Boulder

Valmont Dog Park, 5325 Valmont Road, Boulder, CO 80301

Open Space and Mountain Parks Trailheads

Here’s the scoop on composting at the trailheads.

City of Lafayette

Great Bark Dog Park, 597 N. 119th Street, Lafayette, CO 80026

Here’s the scoop on Lafayette.

City of Louisville

Davidson Mesa Off-Leash Park

Town of Superior

Superior Dog Park, Autrey Park, Honey Creek Lane
Here’s the scoop on Superior’s composting program

City of Thornton

Trail Winds Park and Open Space on Holly Street at 136th Avenue, Thornton, CO 80229

– Thanks to park recycling sponsors Caring Hands Veterinary HospitalCommunity Pet Hospital  and Kat’s K9s  for continuing support!

Dog day cares

Businesses and other organizations serving pets can go a long way toward zero waste via EnviroWagg composting. Cat waste can be included with collections if caretakers do not use clay litter. The facilities below transform dog waste to compost. Their four-legged clients are great little resources!

BARK! 425 Lincoln Street, Denver, CO 80203

City Bark, 2000 W 8th Ave, Denver, CO 80204

City Bark Lodo, 3150 Brighton Blvd, Denver, CO 80216

Pawdners, 3320 S Knox Court, Englewood, CO 80110

The Sniff Shack, 5300 W. 44th Avenue, Denver, CO 80212

Zen Doggy Den, 4575 Wadsworth Boulevard, Wheat Ridge, CO  80033

Bar

Romero’s K9 Club & Tap House,  985 S Public Road, Lafayette, CO 80026

HOA

Heather Gardens, 2888 S. Heather Gardens Way Aurora, CO 80014
Here’s the scoop on Heather Gardens’ smart seniors

Veterinarian

Deer Creek Animal Hospital, 10148 W Chatfield Avenue, Littleton, CO 80127

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