Recycling

The City of Saint Paul partners with zero-waste non profit Eureka Recycling to provide weekly recycling collection to all Saint Paul households.

For more information or to report a missed pick up, contact Eureka Recycling at 651-222-7678 or info@eurekarecycling.org.

 

Organics Recycling is the collection of organic material for composting. Saint Paul residents can collect organics in their home and take it to a drop-off site listed below. Drop-off sites take more materials than you can put in your backyard compost bin.

District Council Drop-Off Locations:

*NEW: Como Park Drop-off Site
The District 10 Como Park site is now open and free for all Ramsey County residents.

Macalester-Groveland Drop-off Site
The Macalester-Groveland Drop-off Site is free to anyone who lives or works in Saint Paul. Residents must sign-up online to use the site.

For additional information on recycling for apartment buildings, businesses, organics recycling and more, visit stpaul.gov/recycle.

Garbage

Saint Paul is transitioning to Citywide Residential Garbage Services October 2018

What is Citywide Garbage Service?
Citywide garbage service is a new coordinated garbage collection system where each street/alley has one designated residential garbage hauler, and prices and services are consistent across Saint Paul. This program, which will begin October 1, 2018, will also work hand-in-hand with the citywide recycling program to support Saint Paul’s longer-term vision for reducing waste.

Garbage Information Line for garbage program questions: 651-266-6101.

The website also has more information: www.stpaul.gov/garbage.

Email garbage@stpaul.gov (monitored by Solid Waste staff).