The city of Saint Paul, through its partnership with Eureka Recycling, provides recycling services to all Saint Paul residents. Saint Paul's curbside recycling program is sponsored by Eureka Recycling, the City of Saint Paul, the State of Minnesota SCORE funds through Ramsey County and your neighborhood community council. Learn more about Eureka Recycling's app.
Visit the City of Saint Paul's website, for complete information on recycling and waste reduction, including residential curbside recycling, yard waste, composting and more.
Recycling day for the West Seventh area is Tuesday’s. Have your cart out by 7 a.m. with arrows facing out toward the street/alley and 2 feet of space around the cart. Materials should fit loosely inside your cart with lids closed. In winter, please remember to shovel a space for your cart.
Carts are 65 gallons in size. If you have service questions, call Eureka Recycling at 651-222-7678.
The City of Saint Paul offers numerous ways to support residents who want to collect and prevent litter in their neighborhoods.
To help address the ongoing problem of trash and litter in our community, the city is encouraging community members to help clean, beautify, and improve their neighborhoods. Clean neighborhoods benefit everyone!
The Come Clean! Program offers multiple ways to get involved. You supply the time, energy and enthusiasm and we will supply the trash bags, gloves and many, many thanks. Businesses and individuals who Adopt-a-Block can request a window cling or lawn sign in recognition of their efforts.
Questions? Contact the Come Clean! Coordinator at (651) 266-6130.
Recycle Smart - Keep paper plates and cups out of your recycling cart.
Paper cups and plates cannot be recycled because they are often lined with plastic or contaminated with food.
Some paper plates and cups may be accepted for composting, but these products must have the BPI logo on them to ensure that they are certified to fully break down in the composting process. If you’re unsure if an item is certified for compostability, check BPI’s website or put the item in the garbage.
Recycle Smart and avoid using disposable paper plates and cups by choosing reusable options instead. If you need to use disposables, purchase compostable products.
For residents, Ramsey Recycles increases awareness around household recycling and participation in the free residential collection and drop off sites that are located throughout the county. These include:
For businesses in the Twin Cities trying to determine how to dispose of unwanted materials, this local Business Recycling Guide is a good place to get started.
Organics (food-waste) Reycling
At the Fort Road Federation office, you can pick up a free organics recycling starter kit containing compostable bags, refrigerator magnets, and other supplies to help you succeed in reducing your waste footprint. We have refills of small compostable bags at the office, too.
If you don't have time or space to compost at home, there are drop-off sites in Saint Paul and Ramsey County.
Borrow ClearStream Containers
Make your next big party or community event a zero-waste event. We loan out free ClearStream containers with information. The Fort Road Federation can provide you with composting and recycling bags (as supplies allow) and information.
Call or email the office at 651.298.5599 to reserve containers, we have four each of recycling and compost. Thank you for your help in reducing event waste!