Time to do Some Spring Cleaning: Recycle Those Old Lockboxes
Do you have extra, old, silver lockboxes you don’t know what to do with? Or maybe it’s time to upgrade to new technology that’s safer, smarter and more professional? We have solutions!
IRES has organized a widely available recycling program this spring in northern Colorado for those old lockboxes, plus an opportunity to go with new Bluetooth lockboxes for a fraction of the price.
How to Recycle Old Lockboxes
Gen 1 and Gen 2
If you have any Gen 1 or 2 lockboxes (as shown) that are registered in your name and issued by IRES, you can take these steps:
- Take a picture or write down the lockbox serial numbers (you will want this information for a discount on future Bluetooth lockboxes).
- Bring them to the IRES office or your local board or association.
- Take them to a recycling facility after removing the batteries (see chart).
Colorado is a beautiful place to live and we want to help keep it that way by responsibly recycling old lockboxes!
Obtaining New, Discounted Bluetooth Lockboxes
Recycling old boxes is a precursor to the SentriLock upgrade events that will be held in the IRES region from May 6 through 10, 2019. Pre-register here. However, we will also accept the old lockboxes at the events and recycle them for you.
Each event attendee will receive a free and have an opportunity to pre-order additional Bluetooth lockboxes (learn more about additional savings on new SentriLock lockboxes). IRES can apply any credits from old lockboxes at that time. With the new Bluetooth lockboxes that track who is coming in and out of your listing, you can tell your clients you are putting their interests and safety first when selling their home.
’Tis the season for spring cleaning! Clear out that storage shelf, get rid of those dusty lockboxes and take advantage of the $20 credit while the offer is available. Together, let’s get safer, smarter and more professional with SentriLock.
Recycling Facilities (no charge for recycling):
|City||Recycling Company Name||Address||Willing to Recycle?||Remove Battery|
|Boulder||Eco-Cycle||640 Arapahoe Rd, Boulder, Co||Yes||Yes|
|Boulder||Western Aluminum Recycling||3280 Valmont Rd # C, Boulder, CO 80301||Yes||Yes|
|Estes Park||Mike Scrap Hauling *will only pick up large quantities||call 970-481-9285||Yes||Yes|
|Fort Collins||Colorado Iron & Metal||903 Buckingham Street, Fort Collins, CO||Yes||Yes|
|Fort Collins||Rocky Mountain Battery Recycling *they do not accept the batteries||1215, 1475 N College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524||Yes||Yes|
|Greeley||Andersen’s Sales and Salvage||1490 E 8th St, Greeley, CO 80631||Yes||Yes|
|Longmont||Green Girl Recycling *must make appt.||21 S Sunset St, Longmont, CO 80501||Yes||Yes|
|Loveland||Colorado Iron & Metal||2929 N. Garfield Ave, Loveland, CO||Yes||Yes|
|Loveland||Loveland Recycling Center||400 N. Wilson Avenue Loveland, CO 80537||Yes||Yes|
2 thoughts on “Recycle Those Old Lockboxes”
Hi. I came across some old supra 6 lockboxes/covers #6067. is there a place I could recycle or dispose the boxes? I reside in Silicon Valley, Santa Clara County. Thank you, wmark.
Thanks for your question! Recycling is so very important, and these devices have batteries that aren’t suited for standard landfill centers.
We’re located in northern Colorado and only have experience with our local recycling centers. May I suggest reaching out to the manufacturer for more information? Here is a link to contact them: http://www.supraekey.com/CustomerSupport/Pages/ContactUsForm.aspx