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Slash Your Trash-Join the Zero Waste Challenge
If you have ever wondered how to reduce the amount of waste you create, Hennepin county's new Zero Waste Challenge is a great way to learn more and get hands-on help.  The county is looking for 50 households to join others in taking a year-long look at the goods we buy and the waste we create to uncover opportunities and challenges to increasing recycling and reducing waste.  The results and lessons learned will be used to develop future waste reduction programs.  The program starts September 15, 2016, and ends September 15, 2017.  For their efforts, participating households will receive a $350 stipend.  Apply to participate by August 26 at hennepin.us/zerowastechallenge.  

New recycling cartReduce, reuse and recycle are three important steps anyone can take to minimize waste and protect our environment. View a list of recyclable materials.

The City of Plymouth provides every-other-week curbside recycling service to single family through eight-plex residential homes. 

Are you moving to or from Plymouth? Read information about recycling service and starting or stopping Utility service.  

Recycling Drop Off Center is available for all Plymouth residents and businesses. For more information on how to dispose, repair, reuse or recycle items or waste, see the Plymouth Recyclopedia or the Hennepin County Green Disposal Guide.

Plymouth residents can recycle used motor oil at the used oil drop-off site located at the Maintenance Facility, 14900 23rd Ave. N.

Garbage collection is provided by licensed haulers. Residents may choose a garbage hauler from the list. 

All apartment and multi-unit building owners and managers are required to provide a recycling collection program for tenants. Talk to your hauler about recycling collection.

Businesses may choose from licensed haulers for recycling and garbage hauling.

Find environmental and educational resources, along with upcoming events at Hennepin County's Green Partners.

Composting is nature’s way of recycling. And it's easy to do right in your own backyard.

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Last updated: 8/10/2016 7:48:56 AM