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A to Z Recycling and Disposal Guide

Search Ramsey County's comprehensive list of household items.

Eureka Recycling mobile app

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May vary

May vary
Clothing, shoes, textiles, and home goods Curbside recycling from Simple Recycling
Bags available at City Hall, 866-835-5068, or
Glass, cans, plastic containers #1,#2, #4, #5, &#7, paper, cardboard, newspaper, magazines Your curbside bin or cart
Eureka Recycling
Available to all residents
Household hazardous waste
Paint, old fertilizer, fluorescent light bulbs, etc.
(check each location for accepted items)
Year-Round (5 Empire Drive, St. Paul) Seasonal (1352 Ben Franklin Drive, Arden Hills)
Ramsey Household Hazardous Waste
Large cardboard Advanced Disposal
309 Como Ave., St. Paul, MN 55103
Available to all residents
Prescriptions and unused medicines Ramsey County Medicine Collection Program Free
Used oil disposal

Ramsey County Oil Dropoff Site
1352 Ben Franklin Road, Arden Hills, MN

Free and open 24/7

Yard waste collection

Accepts leaves, grass clippings and non-woody plants (some sites accept trees)

Various Locations in Ramsey County

Arden Hills: 3530 Hudson Ave., Arden Hills, MN 55112

White Bear Township: 5900 Sherwood Rd, WBT, MN 55110


Electronics Disposal

Electronic products containing a cathode ray tube (CRT), such as TVs and computer monitors, may not be placed in the garbage. Electronic products contain lead and other heavy metals which are harmful to human health and the environment.

Lead from CRTs is the largest single source of lead in Minnesota's municipal waste. Approximately 20% of each CRT is made up of lead; this is between 5-8 pounds of lead per unit. The ban will keep toxic lead and other recyclable components of electronics out of landfills. A number of retailers accept electronics for free or a small fee. Please refer to the Ramsey County A to Z Recycling Guide for a list of disposal options.

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