How do I get rid of this?
|Yard Waste Collection: Accepts leaves, grass clippings and non-woody plants (some sites accept trees)||Various Locations in Ramsey County||Free|
Household Hazardous Waste
|Year-Round (5 Empire Drive, St Paul) Season, Month of June (1725 Kent Street, Roseville)
Ramsey Household Hazardous Waste
|Search all Items A-Z: Ramsey Recycles||See Item for locations||
|Used Oil Disposal||Ramsey County Hazardous Waste Site
5 Empire Drive, Saint Paul, MN
|Glass, cans, plastic containers #1-#7, paper, cardboard, newspaper, magazines||Your curbside bin
|Available to all residents|
|Prescriptions and unused medicines||Ramsey County Medicine Collection Program||Free|
Ink and toner cartridges
|Food scraps and other organic waste||Ramsey County Food Scraps (organic waste) Collection Sites||Free|
(Rags and other non-reusable textiles can go in the trash)
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 see the table below for recycling options.
|Best Buy||Various Locations||See store for details|
|Eureka Recycling||Online||Fee to post information|
|860 Vandalia St
St Paul, MN 55114
|Free to Ramsey County residents. In partnership with Repowered.|
|Retrofit Recycling||2960 Yorktown Blvd
Little Canada, 651-766-7422
|For a fee, you can drop off old electronics|
|Junk Genius||4514 Nakomis Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55406
|Check website or call
(612) 444-5865 for details
|Our Vision Recycling||2582 Long Lake Rd
Roseville, MN 55113
|Free electronic recycling service for businesses
(612) 807-8795 for details
|Free Geek||2537 25th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55406
|Free. See website for accepted items|
Donate Cell Phones The City also collects old cell phones. Drop off old phones at the Police Department in City Hall, and include the batteries and chargers. Analog phones are recycled and digital phones are sent to the 911 Cell Phone Bank, a nonprofit organization that reprograms the digital phones for distribution. They clear out personal information from old cell phones, but donors are encouraged to remove the memory or subscriber identity module (SIM) card and delete phone lists, lists of calls (received and made), voicemails, email and text messages, organizer folders, web search history and photos.
Email Community Relations Manager Corey Yunke or call him at 651-792-7209 with questions.
Contact your carrier to see if they offer a trade in or recycling program.
Clean Up Day and Free Shredding Day
See the Events page
Call 651.633.EASY (3279), answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or check out RamseyRecycles.com.
Recycling/Disposal Guide for Home Gadgets and Devices