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Announcements, Events, Recently Updated

randys-recycling With the single sort carts, recycling is easier than ever before. This means you can place all your usual recyclables together into a 65-gallon recyclables cart or call Randy's Environmental Services for a 95 gallon cart.  

Calendar

Recyclables will be picked up every other week. Download the 2016 Pick Up Calendar

Accepted Items:

  • Aluminum beverage cans
  • Mixed mail and office paper
  • Boxboard ie: cereal, cracker, shoe boxes
  • Fax paper
  • Envelopes
  • Computer paper
  • Holiday Lights
  • Aluminum beverage cans
  • Metal food cans
  • Glass bottles and jars (all colors)
  • Plastic containers and lids (#1-#7) ie: pop, juice bottles, milk, water
  • Aseptic and gable-topped containers ie: juice & milk cartons, juice boxes

Not Accepted Items:

  • No plastic bags
  • No egg cartons
  • No Styrofoam
  • No pizza boxes or soiled paper
  • No mirror, window or plate glass
  • No ceramic or porcelain
  • No toys, dishes, flower pots
  • No plastic hangers
  • No motor oil jugs
  • No metal car parts

Organics Recycling

Randy's Environmental Services also offers Blue Bag Organics recycling. For more information on how to get involved with the Blue Bag Organics program, please contact Randy's or visit their website and click on the Blue Bag Organics link.

For more information specific to Rogers, visit Randy's website.

More Information

Download the Residential Recycling Guide.

Download the Tips and Tricks Fact Sheet.

Visit Hennepin County's Green Disposal Guide.

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Announcements

  • Business Registration Certificate +

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  • Winter Parking +

    In order to keep our streets clear of parked vehicles during the winter months, the City of Rogers prohibits parking Read More
  • Crime Increase in Rogers +

    Rogers experienced significant increase in crimes in the past two months. Part of this is due to the holiday season. Read More
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