The Edina Health Department is your partner in recycling and organics recycling. They want to make sure residents have the tools and education they need to successfully participate.
Please note that recycling is already a requirement, but organics recycling is optional at this point in multi-family buildings. We offer the following free resources to help with regular recycling and start organics recycling at your building:
On-site and virtual education for residents and staff
On-site audit of signage
Educational material for residents and new resident move-in guides
A guided, 6-month pilot organics recycling program
If you are a resident who would like to see these resources in your building, reach out to Organics Recycling Coordinator Twila Singh at [email protected] or 952-826-1657.
How can a multi-family building resident participate in organics right now? If your building does not have an organics recycling program, there are free drop off sites available:
Edina Senior Center, 5280 Grandview Square. The organics bin is located on the east side of the Senior Center building.
Community Gardens, behind the YMCA on York Avenue The organics bin is located at the entrance of the Community Gardens.
Centennial Lakes Park, 7499 France Ave. S. The organics bin is located on the first level of the northern Centennial Lakes Park parking ramp, underneath Homegoods.
View the organics drop site map. Free compostable bags are available at the Edina Senior Center, 5280 Grandview Square.