As for how to recycle, your garbage hauler delivers a recycling container along with your solid waste container. If you have not received your recycling cart, please contact your hauler.
For more recycling information in the Twin Cities area visit Rethink Recycling and Washington County Public Health and Environment Recycling and Yard Waste website.
Place recycling cart or bin(s) on the opposite side of your driveway from your trash container or at least 4 feet apart at the curb.
Please rinse all containers
|Acceptable Items||Unacceptable Items|
|Junk mail||Porcelain, ceramic|
|Office paper||Aerosol cans|
|Magazines||Used Paper plates|
|Paper grocery bags||Diapers|
|Cereal, chip, cake, cracker boxes||Vinyl siding|
Pop, beer, tissue boxes
|Egg cartons||Landscape edging|
|Corrugated cardboard||Soiled tissue|
|Aluminum cans||Fast food wrap|
|All tin & steel cans||Pizza boxes|
|Glass food jars (green, clear or brown)||Food waste|
|Glass beverage bottles (green, clear or brown)||Light bulbs|
|All #1 through #7 Plastics||Window glass|
|Laundry detergents||Drinking glasses|
|Soda & water bottles|
|Butter tubs/dairy containers|
Tennis Sanitation and Tennis Brother Sanitation either distributes 2-18 gallon recycling containers, 65-gallon, or 90-gallon heavy duty brown cart with hinged orange lid single sort recycling cart, to their customers. Tennis Sanitation and Tennis Brothers Sanitation picks up recyclables every week.
The Disposal Directory is provided by the Washington County Department of Public Health and Environment as a public service and is not an endorsement of specific businesses, services, or products. The information listed may contain unintentional omissions and/or inaccuracies. Please call businesses or agencies to confirm hours, locations, and charges for services, if any.