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Recycling Announcements

  • The 2021 Drop-off Events are scheduled! For details, visit   stpaul.gov/drop-offs 

  • The City of Saint Paul’s Garbage Team is excited to open up recruitment and launch the six-week “Plan, Eat, Save. Food Too Good to Waste Challenge.” For more information on the Challenge, or to sign up, please visit stpaul.gov/foodwaste.

Details and Additional Announcements
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Residential Recycling

City of Saint Paul provides recycling services to all residents. Click here to find info on program basics, acceptable materials, recycling drop-off center information, and more.

Residential Recycling Information
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Accepted Materials

Find a detailed list of what you can and cannot put in your recycling container, cart, or dumpster.

Accepted Materials List
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Collection Information

Information on how to use your cart, collection schedules, collection misses, and more.

Collection Information Page
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Reduce and Reuse

Learn ways to cut down on waste by choosing to reduce and reuse.

Reduce and Reuse
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Come Clean!

The Come Clean! programs work to help address litter in our neighborhoods and dispose of problematic materials. Find out how you can participate.

Come Clean! Program
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Household Organics

More than 30% of residential garbage is food scraps and other organics material. You can reduce the amount of these materials in your garbage with the household organics program.

Household Organics Recycling
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Last Edited: June 17, 2021