Save your egg shells, dry them out, crush them up and use them in your garden for extra calcium.
Welcome to Sustainable Broomfield, a citizen-led group!
Our vision is to bring together residents, local governments, organizations, and businesses to transform Broomfield into a model for individual and community sustainability.
Our mission is to accelerate the integration of environmentally sustainable lifestyles in our community. We will achieve this by providing residents with
-Practical and convenient resources
-Opportunities to advocate for sustainable public policy
We meet monthly and all meetings are open to the public. Contact us at email@example.com
Advocacy is a big part of Sustainable Broomfield. We encourage residents to communicate with the City of Broomfield on how they would like to see Broomfield become more sustainable.
We’ve done the work to find local and national resources on composting, recycling and so much more. Find a great list of resources on our Resources page.
Sustainable Broomfield is committed to holding educational talks, classes and events on sustainable topics. Check our Education page to find out about upcoming opportunities.
Sustainable Broomfield Online Meeting
Thank you to everyone who participated in our October Community Sustainability Forum! We loved hearing your perspectives on sustainability in Broomfield. Here are the notes and links from the October meeting.
Our next online meeting is scheduled for
Monday, November 30 from 6:30-8pm.
Please email us at Sustainablebroomfield@gmail.com
to receive the zoom link.
At our November meeting, we will welcome Camille Pollan, the new Community Sustainability Manager for the city of Broomfield! She will discuss the City’s future sustainability plans and she is ready to answer your questions!
Our second speaker is Rosie Briggs with Eco-Cycle. She will provide us with some green giving tips for the holidays and sustainable gift ideas!
Lastly, we will be discussing community gardens in Broomfield and hope to find some interested partners!
Scraps Curbside Composting
Scraps is a curbside composting service that is available throughout the Denver metro area, and is looking to expand its services to Broomfield starting with the Broadlands and McKay Landing neighborhoods!
This is an exciting opportunity to bring composting to your local community, and be one of the first neighborhoods to have Scraps service.
Composting with Scraps is easy! You just leave your compostables on the curb in the bin they provide, and they pick it up each week and take it to be composted. That’s it!
Scraps does this weekly pickup for only $25 a month, which allows you to divert more organic waste from the landfill and make a real impact on the environment!
To learn more and sign up visit –
And if you don’t live in those neighborhoods, could you share this with someone who does? Thank you!
Provide Sustainability Feedback to the City of Broomfield
Right now, the City of Broomfield is collecting feedback from residents on sustainability in our city. City Council will discuss your input at their focus session in early 2021 and develop priorities for the year. Please tell them about all the sustainable initiatives you want to see in Broomfield!
Fill out the form here.
Broomfield has launched a new Zero Waste Campaign!
This initiative will include an array of projects, programs, policy recommendations, and opportunities for public involvement. Achieving zero waste is a priority for Broomfield and is a key component of social, economic, and environmental sustainability. Find more info at Broomfield.org/wastezero
Results from Broomfield Days Booth Survey
During Broomfield Days 2019, we asked residents that stopped by our booth what they would like to see the City and County of Broomfield do more of in terms of sustainability. The top four responses are below, but click the following link for complete results. Sustainable Broomfield Booth Survey
Recycle your old plastic bags at the grocery store bin and start using cloth produce and grocery bags.
Hang most of your laundry in your house. Saves energy and also adds moisture to your home.
I plan out my errands, list them, then number them in order of travel so I can create the best route to save gas and time.
If you take food items to FISH to donate, they also accept used, clean egg cartons.
Use a programmable thermostat and program a schedule that doesn’t heat or cool when not needed.
Use electric or manual yard tools: trimmer, mower, blower, edger, clippers, etc. (preferably with an interchangeable battery)
Ride your bike to do small errands around town.
Trader Joe’s sells fresh cut flowers in a compostable sleeve instead of using plastic!
Place a bucket under your shower or tub faucet to catch cold water while you wait for it to warm before your shower. Then use it to water plants or wash with.