The City of Shoreview is committed to reducing, reusing and recycling products in our community. Shoreview's curbside recycling program is funded by a combination of users fees, county, and state grant monies.
The City of Shoreview changed its recycling provider July 1, 2018!
Residential Recycling Service Questions
The City contracts with Eureka Recycling for the City recycling program. To ensure high customer service, Eureka has a dedicated Customer Service line at 612-NO-WASTE (612-669-2783).
If you plan to have extra recyclables at your next scheduled pick-up (more than will fit in your cart), please call Eureka ahead of time, otherwise your extra materials will not be collected.
They can also help you get a new or additional recycling cart if your current cart is too big, too small, broken or damaged; as well as answer a variety of questions about accepted materials, organics recycling, and composting. For more information on the City's recycling program please visit the appropriate website below:
Not sure how to get rid of something or cleaning out the garage? Check out Eureka Recycling's new app! The app allows residents to see their recycling schedules, get reminders about collections, and look up what is and isn't accepted in their recycling cart.
our "How do I get rid of this" list or use RamseyRecycles.com
Please check out these pages for other popular recycling information:
Additional Recycling Programs
Event Recycling Containers
Whether you're hosting a block party, graduation, family reunion, or other gatherings, make it a green event! Consider using recycling and organics containers to reduce waste. These portable containers collapse for transport and come with your choice of signage and bags that attach to the assembled frame. Containers are loaned at no cost to Ramsey County residents and organizations for any temporary gathering. For more information on recycling at your event, call 651.266.1199 or check out the Ramsey County Event Recycling Container webpage.
Ramsey County residents now have the opportunity to recycle their organic waste for FREE at a Ramsey County Yard Waste site. This includes food scraps, non-recyclable paper products, coffee grounds, dryer lint and more! To help kick off this program, all Ramsey County Residents can receive a FREE Organics Recycling container and Starter Kit to introduce them into this new program. 50 of these kits are now available for pick up at City Hall! For more information on Ramsey County organics programs, please visit the County website.
Curbside Textile Recycling
Shoreview residents can now recycle used clothing, textiles, shoes, and home goods right at their curb, no matter the condition! Simply put your unwanted goods into the orange bags (mailed to your homes summer 2017) and place them at the curb BESIDE your recycling cart on your scheduled recycling day. All materials collected will be recycled. Simple Recycling is not a charity organization, so please continue to donate items in good condition to your regular donation service.
Visit www.SimpleRecycling.com to view a full list of accepted items, request additional bags, and learn more about the program. You can also call 866-835-5068 or email email@example.com to request additional bags.
Additional Simple Recycling bags are available at City Hall.
Free Fix-It Clinics
Do you have broken stuff hanging around? Don’t trash it – fix it! Come to a Ramsey County Fix-It Clinic where you can get free assistance to repair broken items. Bring things like small household appliances, clothing, electronics and more. Volunteers will help you to disassemble, troubleshoot and repair your item. Fix-It Clinics are family-friendly events! For a list of what to bring and additional clinic locations, visit RamseyRecycles.com.
Volunteers needed! If you have skills in electronics repair, soldering, computer repair, sewing or general tinkering, you can volunteer to help others learn to repair their items. For more information and to sign up, call 651-266-1199 or email AskEH@co.ramsey.mn.us.
Grants have helped many businesses in the East Metro start and enhance their recycling programs. These grants can help additional businesses come into compliance with the commercial recycling law that went into effect on January 1, 2016. Don’t delay! Now is the time to take advantage of the BizRecycling resources.
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