Recycling and Waste Reduction
he City of Saint Paul and it's partners - Eureka Recycling
, Saint Paul District Councils
, and Ramsey County
- have long provided a high-quality, innovative and cost-effective recycling program to residents. For 25 years, the recycling program has minimized costs to residents while expanding recycling opportunities and maximizing environmental benefits.
Multi-Lingual Recycling Information
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After a year-long process listening to the community and working with Wilder Research on the comprehensive recycling assessment, we heard that Saint Paul residents want expanded recycling services. Residents said they want to recycle more materials, specifically plastics, and they want recycling to be more convenient. Residents are open to composting organic materials and we also learned that there is a need for more edcuation and outreach related to basic recycling opportunites.
These key findings have helped shape the plan to reinvigorate the Saint Paul recycling program. Mayor Chris Coleman has proposed a number of changes to the program that will begin in 2014. See the Recycling Services Timeline for details.
Visit the Recycle it Forward web page to view reports, summaries and supporting documents related to the assessment project.
- Where to find, donate or exchange reusable household and building material: