Residents may choose any of the licensed trash haulers below for their home trash service.
|Ace Solid Waste|| Commercial
|Aspen Waste Systems||Commercialemail@example.com|
|Curbside Waste Inc.||Residentialfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Keith Krupenny & Son Disposal||Roll-offs email@example.com|
|Ray Anderson & Sons Co. Inc.||Roll-offs firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Republic Services|| Commercial
|Twin City Refuse, Recycling Inc.||Transfer Station||651.227.1549|
|Walter's Recycling & Refuse Inc.|| Commercial
|Waste Management|| Commercial
Where does my garbage go?
Trash haulers are required to inform their customers each year where they take their waste for disposal. Waste can now go to a resource recovery facility where it is processed into fuel to burn to produce electricity.
Are there additional charges I may see itemized on my bill?
Some haulers charge additional fees such as a fuel charge or environmental fee but do not include these in quoted rates.
How do I get rid of extra items that do not fit in my cart?
- Call your trash service to check if they can pick it up from your curb. Trash haulers usually require payment before pickup occurs.
- Bring your appliances, electronics, hazardous waste, mattresses and more to Spring and Fall Cleanup days.
- Bring your items to the transfer stations listed below. Call for fees.
- Advanced Disposal | 309 Como Ave., St. Paul | 651.487.8546
- J & J Recycling | 607 Barge Channel Rd, St. Paul | 651.227.4457
- Keith Krupenny & Son Disposal Service | 565 Barge Channel Rd, St. Paul | 651.457.3680
- RRT Newport | 2901 Maxwell Ave., Newport | 651.768.6670
- Twin City Refuse | 318 W Water St, St. Paul | 651.227.1549
- Veit Disposal Systems (construction and demolition waste only) | 1305 Pierce Butler Route, St. Paul | 651.646.3655
Garbage and recycling bins can be stored in the following locations:
- In a garage
- Behind your home, stored against the building
- On the side of your home, stored against the building but not if the bins are facing a side street
- In or next to a shed
- In front of your home but only if you have a single car garage or a yard that has a difficult situation like a large hill. In this case a fencing screen is required.
The following items cannot be placed in your regular trash.
- Electronics including TVs and computers
- Household hazardous waste including paint, motor oil, and compact fluorescent light bulbs
- Unwanted or expired medicine
- Yard waste
Appliances and electronics can be brought to Spring and Fall Cleanup events.
Household hazardous waste can be brought to a number of free locations throughout Ramsey County. View the schedule of hazardous waste sites.
Used motor oil, filters and antifreeze can be dropped off at Arden Hills collection shed 24/7.
Unwanted medication can be dropped at a variety of free sites throughout Ramsey County.
Yard waste and compost can be brought to Ramsey County yard waste sites or your trash hauler may offer an additional service for curbside pickup.
Bring your broken household goods and clothing in need of repair to a Ramsey County Fix-It Clinic. Volunteers provide free, guided assistance to disassemble, troubleshoot, and fix items.
The following are examples of things that have been repaired at other fix-it events:
- Antique radio
- Camping lantern
- Clothing and other soft goods to mend or alter
- Dremel tool
- DVD player
- Electric hot water kettle
- Hair dryer
- Paper shredder
- Remote control
- Sewing machine
- Steam mop
- Telephone headset
- Toaster oven