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Andover Columbia Heights Lexington
Anoka Columbus Lino Lakes
Bethel Coon Rapids Nowthen
Blaine East Bethel Oak Grove
Centerville Fridley Ramsey
Circle Pines Ham Lake St Francis
  Hilltop Spring Lake Park
     

Did you know...

  Free assistance is provided to businesses in Anoka County to get them involved in recycling programs.  There are two available compost sites in Anoka County.  The businesses waste programs make the communities a healthier place.  The water resources are tested annually to assure that no wastes have polluted the water systems.
Arden Hills Maplewood Roseville
Falcon Heights Mounds View Saint Paul
Gem Lake New Brighton Saint Anthony
Lauderdale North Oaks Shoreview
Little Canada North Saint Paul Vadnais Heights
    White Bear Lake
   

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  Businesses in Ramsey County has an Environmental Health Program which is required to do inspections on local businesses to assure proper disposal of their waste.  They provide licenses to those businesses if they qualify.  If a business is planning on doing any demolition they are required to have permits through the county.
Afton Hugo Oakdale
Bayport Lake Elmo Pine Springs
Birchwood Lakeland Saint Marys Point
Cottage Grove Landfall Saint Paul Park
Dellwood Langdon Scandia
East Cottage Grove Mahtomedi Stillwater
Forest Lake Newport Willernie
Grant Oak Park Heights Woodbury
   

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  A free recycling disposal is provided to residents at the Washington County’s Environmental Center if a valid proof of residency is provided.  All wastes collected from the county are sent to the Resource Recovery Technologies in Newport, MN.  This plant processes the wastes to produce fuel which is used by power plants to produce electricity throughout Minnesota.
Bloomington Greenwood Orono
Brooklyn Center Hanover Osseo
Brooklyn Park Hopkins Plymouth
Champlin Indepdendence Richfield
Chanhassen Long Lake Robbinsdale
Corcoran Loretto Rockford
Crystal Maple Grove Rogers
Dayton Maple Plain St Anthony
Deephaven Medicine Lake St Bonifacius
Eden Prairie Medina St Louis Park
Edina Minneapolis Shorewood
Excfelsior Minnetonka Spring Park
Golden Valley Minnetrista Tonka Bay
Greenfield Mound Wayzata
Greenwood New Hope Woodland
 

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  There is approximately two-thirds of the waste recycled in Hennepin County that come from businesses and non-profit organizations.  There are grants, signage, technical assistance and case studies which are provided through Hennepin County in order to assist local businesses in recycling programs.  Recycling posters, stickers and container labels are free through the county.
Apple Valley Inver Grove Heights Northfield
Burnsville Lakeville Randolph
Coates Lilydale Rosemount
Eagan Mendota South St Paul
Farmington Mendota Heights Sunfish Lake
Hampton Miesville Vermillion
Hastings New Trier West St Paul
   

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  An approach to reduce, reuse and recycle waste is Dakota County’s number one priority.  The businesses are provided with grants in order to assure that they stick with the 3 Rs.  Businesses can save money and have a positive image by reducing their waste.  They will also use fewer raw materials and conserve their environment by following this concept.  Jobs will then be available for those who need to take care of the recycled materials.
Albany Kimball Sauk Centre
Avon Lake Henry Spring Hill
Belgrade Meire Grove St Anthony
Brooten Melrose St Augusta
Cold Spring New Munich St Cloud
Eden Valley Paynesville St Joseph
Elrosa Richmond St Martin
Freeport Rockville St Rosa
Greenwald Roscoe St Stephen
Holdingford Sartell Waite Park
   

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  Businesses in Stearns County have an opportunity to be members of the Business Waste Program.  Once they are approved they need to make appointments to take their waste to the hazardous waste facility.  The Pope/Douglas Waste to Energy Plant uses half of its capacity from wastes in Stearns, Benton and Sherburne Counties.