There is no municipally administered trash collection service in Roseville. Residents are free to select from any trash hauler licensed to provide residential service in the city. The city is divided into zones. Trash and recycling pick up occur on the same day each week.
Roll-off and dumpster providers are licensed as commercial trash service.
Weekly recycling service is provided by Eureka Recycling.
Reduce Trash. Save Money
Reduce the amount of waste you generate and save money by getting a smaller garbage cart from your hauler. Trash haulers are required to offer different size carts so get only the size you think you need. The smaller the cart, the less you will pay for trash collection.
Recycle All You Can
Recycling is exempt from taxes. If you recycle more, you may be able to use a smaller garbage cart and increase your savings. To find out more about recycling, see Roseville's Recycling webpage or call 651-633-EASY (3279), answered 24/7. There are more items that can now be recycled including many types of plastics, metal cans, glass bottles and jars, and all types of paper.
Know What Not to Throw
Electronics such as TVs and computers are made of hazardous materials and are illegal to dispose of in the garbage. Best Buy will take some for no charge. For more disposal options, go to RamseyRecycles.com/AtoZ, search Electronics or call 651.633.EASY (3279), answered 24/7.
Household Hazardous waste such as paints, oil and compact florescent light bulbs should not be placed in the trash. Ramsey County provides free drop offs sites. Go to RamseyRecycles.com/hhw for hours and locations or call 651.633.EASY (3279), answered 24/7.
Unwanted or expired medicine should not be flushed or disposed of in the trash. Collection is free at many locations around the County. More information at RamseyRecycles.com/medicine or call 651.633.EASY (3279), answered 24/7.
Yard waste (leaves, grass clippings and brush) can be picked up by your trash hauler for an additional charge or you can drop it off for free at a Ramsey County yard waste site. Location and hours are posted at RamseyRecycles.com/yardwaste or call 651.633.EASY (3279), answered 24/7.
Recycling or Disposal Questions?
For more information on what to recycle and where to get rid of stuff check out Ramsey County's website at RamseyRecycles.com/AtoZ or call 651.633.EASY (3279). This hotline is answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and interpretive services are available.
Questions to Ask Your Hauler:
1. Where does my garbage go?
It is important to keep waste out of landfills. Haulers are required to inform their customers in writing 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.
2. 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 the rate you are quoted.
3. How do I get rid of extra items that do not fit in my cart and what will it cost me to get rid of items?
Call your hauler to check if they can pick it up from your curb, or take anytime to any of the transfer stations listed below. Please call ahead to check hours of operation and charges. Usually haulers require pre-payment for curbside pickup services. The City does offer two clean up day events a year also, with various charges for each item.
- 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
4. What number I should call for service questions such as a missed pick up, going on vacation, holiday schedules?
Contact your trash hauler.