Retail Store

Sustainable Services for Our Community

ReSource is the Center for ReSource Conservation’s retail facility for reclaimed materials. Located in Boulder, CO, ReSource offers gently used, donor-sourced construction and building materials at affordable prices. ReSource’s yard, warehouse, and showroom house an ever-changing inventory that provide a diverse array of customers the opportunity to make something creative and/or purposeful from reclaimed materials.

ReSource has been a significant presence in the sustainability community since 1996 and is our longest-running program. We are now co-located with Eco-Cycle’s CHARM program, a mission-aligned partner who is one of the largest nonprofit recyclers in the U.S.

By creating a second useful life for architectural materials, the ReSource community diverted four million pounds of waste from landfills in 2013.


Can I call the store and have a staff member find what I’m looking for?

We can give you a general idea of whether or not certain types of items are in stock, but because of the fast-paced nature of our business, the hourly change in inventory, and the range of quality in our stock, it is best to come down and see our selection for yourself. Once you arrive, one of our staff will be happy to help you find whatever you are looking for!

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Will you refund my money if something I bought doesn't work out?

We offer exchanges and ReSource credit within 30 days of purchase with a receipt or record of member purchase in our computer system. We do not offer refunds. Please be sure to measure and/or thoroughly check the condition of items before making a purchase.

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Why is the good stuff always sold when I get here?

Our inventory changes by the hour. If you want to be the first to know about new materials at ReSource, sign up to receive our exclusive ReSource Material Alerts. They will be delivered right to your inbox every week. For even more frequent updates, you can follow us on twitter @ReSourceBoulder, on Facebook, or right on this page, at the mini-twitter feed.

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What is a ReSource Membership?

ReSource Membership is free and easy. Just sign up the next time you visit ReSource and enjoy the benefits of membership:

  • Daily tweets on new materials arrivals
  • Weekly Materials Alerts
  • Loyalty Program: spend $1,000 and receive 20% off your next purchase
  • Receipt-less returns: we keep track of your purchases for you!

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Where does the money I spend at ReSource go?

The Center for Resource Conservation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. This means that proceeds from ReSource sales are reinvested in supporting our mission to put conservation into action. Your money helps pay for our operational expenses and is also invested in creating new resource conservation programs and services. Sign up to receive CRC’s e-newsletter for a monthly look at how your support is being put to use.

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Does ReSource rent or own its buildings in Boulder?

We do not own the buildings at 6400 Arapahoe in Boulder. The City of Boulder purchased the site in 2009 to house Zero-Waste diversion programs. ReSource rents its share of the land.

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Can I bring my class to ReSource for a tour?

Yes, we conduct over 35 school tours a year and host schools for their community service projects and summer camps. For more information contact the ReSource Store Manager.

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Do you need volunteers?

Yes! We are always interested in working with individuals who want to help make a difference. Opportunities range from spending a few hours each week cleaning and organizing our inventory to serving on an event planning committee and/or helping with administrative tasks. Check out our volunteer page for more information and a list of current opportunities.

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Where does ReSource get its funding?

CRC and ReSource operate as a social enterprise, which means that some of our programs earn income that contributes to the organization’s overall financial health. As a social enterprise, we equally value and strive to balance the twin priorities of financial performance and impact.

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