Your go-to guide for waste & recycling in the Twin Cities.
Call first for items accepted, fees, and delivery instructions.
Desk side collection boxes and recycling training materials available May accept mixed loads of waste including regular trash and bulky non-recyclable items. Call first for items accepted, disposal fees, hours of operation and delivery instructions.
Drop off services available but there is a charge.
Please visit the Habitat for Humanity ReStore website for more guidelines on items that are accepted for donation.
Items Accepted for Donation: Appliances Bricks or Block Cabinets Countertops Carpet Doors Electrical Fireplace Inserts Flooring Hardware HVAC Insulation Lighting Lumber Mirrors Office Furniture Paint Plumbing Plywood Siding Sinks Toilets Tools Tubs Water Heaters Windows Window Covering
Also accepts sod, soil, clean fire pit remains, wood pallets, cement, brick and landscape rock.
Also accepts brush/branches, logs, stumps, Christmas trees. Debagging required. Tinsel must be removed from Christmas Trees.
May accept mixed loads of waste including bulky non-recyclable items and trash. Call first for items accepted, fees, and delivery instructions. Appointment required for large loads and loads containing asbestos or lead. Accepts TV's
Generators producing treated wood waste must use Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) lined landfills as the only method for disposal.
Burning or incinerating treated wood is not authorized or recommended under any circumstance.
The only exception is creosote-treated wood, which may either
be disposed in an MSW lined landfill or incinerated. However, if
incinerated in Minnesota, creosote-treated wood must go to an
industrial incinerator approved by the MPCA to accept this material.
These incinerators burn at very high temperatures and use unique
pollution control devices to control emissions and sufficiently
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