Organics collection at Recycling Drop-off Center
All Minnetonka residents and businesses may drop off organics recycling at the city's recycling drop-off center.
Get first year free
The City of Minnetonka has received grant funds from Hennepin County to provide one free year of curbside organics recycling to the first 115 Minnetonka residents who sign up in 2019.
The free year of service is only available to first-time organics customers with curbside garbage collection through Randy’s Environmental Services (763-972-3335). To qualify, service must begin in 2019.
To get a free year of service contact Randy's Environmental Services. They will invoice the City of Minnetonka for the organics collection service. The city pays the hauler directly. Residents will not be billed.
- Use a small bucket to collect food scraps in your kitchen.
- Line collection containers with a paper or compostable bag (available at local retailers) to help keep it clean.
- Empty bagged organics into the blue organics bag provided by the waste hauler.
- Put the blue organics bag in the trash cart on trash collection day.
- Egg shells
- Paper towels and plates
- Paper cups
- Pizza boxes
- Coffee filters
Visit Hennepin County’s website to find a full list of recyclable items.
As part of the grant program, the city will provide a limited supply of compostable bags and kitchen containers to all organics customers at no charge.
Stop by Public Works at 11522 Minnetonka Blvd. to get a container and 25 bags.