The Health Division is responsible for the City's residential recycling program and issuing residential waste hauler's licenses. Because the City is seriously committed to effective waste reduction and recycling, residents are required to separate recyclables from garbage. Recycling programs are available for all residents at their homes, whether single family or multi-unit dwellings.
Friday, Sept. 13, 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. & Saturday, Sept. 14, 9 - 11 a.m. Municipal Service Center, 7305 Oxford St., St. Louis Park
Have extra materials from your latest building or remodeling project? Maybe you have leftover tile or hardware you don’t need but can’t return to the store? Or, maybe you removed old cabinets, but they are still in good condition. Don’t throw them out!
This event will be an opportunity to donate usable building materials to two local nonprofits that specialize in the reuse and resale of building materials. Better Futures Minnesota and Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity ReStore will be on-site during the event to vet all materials for quality and potential for resale. Our partners reserve the right to refuse unusable materials. All items deemed acceptable will be taken for free.