The City of Saint Paul partners with zero-waste non profit Eureka Recycling to provide weekly recycling collection to all Saint Paul households.
Organics Recycling is the collection of organic material for composting. Saint Paul residents can collect organics in their home and take it to a drop-off site listed below. Drop-off sites take more materials than you can put in your backyard compost bin.
About Ramsey County Recycling
Ramsey Recycles is a residential recycling campaign run by Ramsey County. The campaign goal is to increase awareness around household recycling and participation in the free residential collection and drop off sites that are located throughout the county. These include Yard Waste collection sites, Food Scraps (Organics Recycling) drop-off, Medicine Collection sites, the Product Reuse Center and the Household Hazardous Waste permanent and mobile collection sites.
Learn more at ramseyrecycles.com or call 651-633-EASY.
District Council Drop-Off Locations:
*NEW: Como Park Drop-off Site
The District 10 Como Park site is now open and free for all Ramsey County residents.
Macalester-Groveland Drop-off Site
The Macalester-Groveland Drop-off Site is free to anyone who lives or works in Saint Paul. Residents must sign-up online to use the site.
For additional information on recycling for apartment buildings, businesses, organics recycling and more, visit stpaul.gov/recycle.
Saint Paul is transitioning to Citywide Residential Garbage Services October 2018
What is Citywide Garbage Service?
Citywide garbage service is a new coordinated garbage collection system where each street/alley has one designated residential garbage hauler, and prices and services are consistent across Saint Paul. This program, which will begin October 1, 2018, will also work hand-in-hand with the citywide recycling program to support Saint Paul’s longer-term vision for reducing waste.
Garbage Information Line for garbage program questions: 651-266-6101.
The website also has more information: www.stpaul.gov/garbage.
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To help address the ongoing problem of trash and litter in our community, the city is encouraging community members to help clean, beautify and improve their neighborhoods. Clean neighborhoods benefit everyone!
The Come Clean! Program offers multiple ways to get involved. You supply the time, energy and enthusiasm and we will supply the trash bags, gloves and many, many thanks. Businesses and individuals who Adopt-a-Block can request a window cling or lawn sign in recognition of their efforts.
Questions? Contact the Come Clean! Coordinator at (651) 266-6130.
For more information visit: stpaul.gov/come-clean/