Your go-to guide for waste & recycling in the Twin Cities.
Recycling 1 single plastic bottle conserves enough energy to run a 60 watt light bulb for 6 hours or power a television long enough to see your favorite show.
Recycling 1 single aluminum can saves the equivalent of 6 ounces of gasoline.
Check with your city or recycler to learn which items will be accepted for recycling. Some recycling service providers, co-ops and recycling centers accept other plastic, metal and glass containers and cartons.
If you live in an apartment or multi-family building, ask your building manager or city recycling coordinator about what can be recycled.
Rinse before recycling.
Call your city recycling coordinator or your recycling service provider for details.
Rinse and remove lids before recycling.
Reduce the amount of bottles, cans, cartons, and containers you generate by buying concentrated products or the largest size possible.
Look for bottles and cans made with recycled content to help close the recycling loop.
Wed. 12 PM – 7 PM Thur. 12 PM – 6 PM Fri. 10 AM – 4 PM Sat. 8 AM – 12 PM
Wed. 12 PM – 7 PM Thur. 11 AM – 5 PM Sat. 8 AM – 12 PM
Does not Accept:
► Business hazardous waste ► Construction & demolition debris ► Furniture ► Mattresses & box springs ► Trash/garbage ► Wood (other than tree debris)