10 Best Zero Waste Stores in Colorado
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10 Best Zero Waste Stores in Colorado

NatureHub Staff
NatureHub Staff

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Ah, Colorado, home to the famous Pikes Mountains — and also to some of the most sustainable zero waste stores in the whole United States.

Today, we're going to take a look into 10 best zero waste stores in Colorado, from Denver to Colorado Springs: these stores offer organic products from ethical, often local, businesses and little to no packaging waste.

Let's dive in!

1. ZERO Market

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Come on in and see us. We love meeting new people on their zero waste journeys and we love visiting with our loyal returning customers too! Bring in all your empty containers and we will fill them up with so many amazing zero waste goodies! Pictured here is our very serious manager, Allison and ridiculously silly owner, Lyndsey. Can’t wait to see you! . . #zerowaste #zerowasteliving #sustainability #effplastic #plasticsucks #bringyourown #BYOC #zeromarket #zeromkt #goodthingscomeinnopackages #refillnotlandfill #bulkisbetter #refill #sustainableliving #nature #environmentalist #environmentalism #environmentallyfriendly #savetheearth #savetheplanet #savetheplanet #noplastic #plasticfree #lessplastic #zerowastehome #recycle #zerowastelife #plasticpollution #lesswaste #lowwaste #goinggreen

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Why not start off this list with the first zero waste market in Colorado? ZERO Market was founded in 2014 (yes, before zero waste was cool!) in Aurora.

Take your own grocery baggie, jar, or container and come to ZERO Market to shop for everything from food to household products in bulk with no single-use waste whatsoever.

What else? Zero Market sells their own reusable glass and stainless steel containers. They also hold a great variety of workshops all related to zero waste and healthy lifestyle.

Online shopping available: Yes.

Address: 2501 Dallas St, Aurora, CO 80010.

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Hey friends! We are so thrilled at how much the company has grown since our grand opening on June 1st 2018! Thanks to you we are growing, getting more inventory every month, and most importantly, helping the planet one fill at a time. In order to keep our store fresh and efficient we will be doing a remodel tomorrow, Monday, October 14th, and Tuesday, October 15th! We will be closed during this time but we will be open and ready to roll on Wednesday! Looking forward to seeing you! We hope you will love the new additions to the store :) XO, Britt • . • . • . #ecofriendly #reusable #denversustainability #reusereducerecycle #plasticfreeshopping #zerowaste #zerowasteliving #zerowastelifehacks #refillshop #zerowastetravel #yayforearth #goingzerowaste #nowasteliving #notoxlife #zerowasteweek #nowastehome #globalclimatestrike #tennysonstreet #buylocal #shoplocal #goingzerowaste #coloradoliving #vegan #denvercolorado #denversbest #colorado #denverliving

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If you live in Northwest Denver (or are ever stopping by), make time to visit JOY FILL: we promise that the selection of soaps, cleaners, beauty products, and personal care items won't leave you disappointed.

And come on, how could you resist checking out this colorful little store?

What else? Each year, JOY FILL donates to three charities: Groundwork Denver, The Ocean Clean Up, and Conservation Colorado.

Online shopping available: Yes.

Address: 3843 Tennyson Street, Denver, CO 80212.


3. EcoMountain

Located in both Denver and Lone Tree, EcoMountain is another one of Colorado's must-visit zero-waste stores. With no money and nothing but a couple acres of land available, Dee Larson, the founder, began her journey to starting her own zero-waste business.

What Else? Both of their stores have a  Handmade Homecare section where you can craft your own eco-friendly home care and cleaning products without all the added chemicals. How cool is that?

Online shopping available: Yes.

Address in Denver: 4350 Alcott Street, Denver, CO 80211.
Address in Lonetree: 8401 Park Meadows Center Drive, Lone Tree, CO 80124.

Visit Eco Mountain

4. Homefill

Located in Denver, Homefill is a store where you can refill your household products such as soaps, cleaners, and shampoos. With it being a zero-waste shop, they recommend you bring in your own bottle, otherwise, they have their own that you can purchase.

What else? Everything can be purchased in bulk, and all their products are locally sourced in Colorado.

Online shopping available: No.

Address: Modern Nomad Bldg, 2936 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205.

Visit HomeFill

5. Refill Revolution

Refill Revolution is one of those really cozy-looking stores that have such a welcoming vibe to it. They specialize in selling bulk bath, body, and home products.

As you can probably tell by their name, you bring in your own reusable bottles, jars, ect, and they will happily fill up for you.

What else? If you shop online, shipping is free on orders over $50.

Online shopping available: Yes.

Address: 3350 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO 80303.

Visit Refill Revolution

6. Conscious Living

Conscious Living's specialty is similar to most on this list in terms of refilling bottles and saving waste. However, what makes this store that much cooler is that they also sell homemade ornaments made of completely recycled materials. Cool, huh?

What else? Conscious Living is run entirely by females with a passion for conscious consumption.

Online shopping available: Yes.

Address: 2616 W. Colorado Avenue, #9, Colorado Springs.

Visit Conscious Living

7. Juniperseed Mercantile

Located in Littleton , this nifty store is known for being what they call a work+shop: everything is made in the store and is entirely visible for customers to see. Did we mention that everything is organic, too?

What else? If you come in for a refill, they will give you a discount for bringing in your own container.

Online shopping available: Yes.

Address: 56 E. Arapahoe Road, Littleton, CO 80122.

Visit Juniperseed Mercantile

8. Fill & Refill

The final addition to this list is a nice little store called Fill and Refill. Their brand name pretty much sums everything up: they mainly sell in bulk refillable soaps, shampoo, dish detergent, and so on.

Online shopping available: No.

Address: 210 Edwards Village Blvd. B205, Edwards, C0 81632.

Visit Fill & Refill

9. The Conscious Merchant

Situated in Denver, The Conscious Merchant is focused on clean living - and they want to help you along on your own eco-living journey.

To that end, The Conscious Merchant wants to educate, engage and empower their customers via sustainable choices. They sell a variety of organic products, from bathroom products to kitchen products, as well as homeware products, and they also let you refill with them.

Even better, The Conscious Merchant offers consultation services where you can explore the benefits of cleaner living with them.

What else? The Conscious Merchant host numerous events throughout the year, so it’s well worth subscribing to their newsletter to stay in the loop.

Online shopping? Yes.


  • 1801 Blake St, Denver, CO 80202
  • 920 Main St, Louisville, CO 80027

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10. The Better World Company

The Better World Company’s tagline is “zero waste. Zero effort.”

We love that.

Founded by Christopher, The Better World Company is concerned by the amount of plastic that American’s throw away each year. On a mission to eradicate single-use plastics, the store delivers filled bottles to your own home. Once you’re finished, they then collect the empty bottles which can be reused again in future.

What else? The Better World Company sells all kinds of zero waste stuff, including bathroom cleaner, dish soap, body lotion, shampoo and more.

Online shopping? Yes.

Visit The Better World Company

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