Recycling & Waste



Place the following items in your curbside recycling bin:

  • Mail, office and school papers.
  • Newspapers and magazines.
  • Notebooks with or without spiral metal binding.
  • Phone books.
  • File folders, with or without metal hooks.

Paper must be dry.

As a general rule, paper smaller than a note card/sticky note should be placed in the trash. This is because very small pieces of paper cannot be sorted out effectively at recycling facilities.

You can also recycle paper at one of the recycling companies listed below. Call to verify items accepted, hours and fees.

Recycle Companies

International Paper Company
2425 Terminal Road
Roseville, Minnesota, 55113
Walters Recycling and Refuse
10191 Xylite Street
Blaine, Minnesota, 55449
Waste Management (formerly Advanced Disposal)
309 Como Ave.
Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55103