Recyclopedia

This alphabetical list helps you determine the best way to dispose of everyday things. Click an item for instructions on how and where to dispose, recycle, or drop off your items.

Recyclopedia List—L

A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Light Bulbs-Fluorescent (CFL-Compact fluorescents) Lumber-Untreated
Light Bulbs-Incadescent (old type not sold any longer)  

Light Bulbs-Fluorescent (CFL-Compact fluorescents)

Hance Hardware(CFLs ONLY)
903 Hopkins Center, Hopkins
952-938-7367

Hennepin Co Drop-off
8100 Jefferson Hwy, Brooklyn Park &
1400 W 96th St, Bloomington
612-348-3777
www.hennepin.us/dropoffs

Home Depot
5800 Cedar Lake Rd, St. Louis Park
952-512-0109
www.homedepot.com

Jerry's Do It Best
5115 Vernon Ave, Edina
952-929-4601

Tech Dump
825 Boone Ave N, Ste 100, Golden Valley
763-432-3117
www.techdump.org/

Light Bulbs-Incadescent (old type not sold any longer)

Place in trash

Lumber-Untreated

See Railroad Ties for treated lumber

Craigslist
www.craigslist.com

Waste Management's Maple Grove Transfer Station & Drop Off
10633 89th Ave N, Maple Grove
763-425-3736
www.wmtwincities.com/about/location.asp

Twin Cities Free Market
www.twincitiesfreemarket.org

Contacts

  • Solid Waste Coordinator

    952-548-6351

What about the other stuff?

Many items that aren't recycled curbside can be recycled elsewhere. Try the following for more information:

Recycle Your Textiles

Hopkins has 2 convenient USAgain drop box locations on Mainstreet.  USAgain accepts clothes, shoes and household textiles.  Household textiles include tablecloths, towels, bedding, blankets, bedspreads, etc.  Deposit your items in tied plastic bags.  You can also recycle clean, dry rags and worn and torn clothes in these drop boxes as well.  Please bag these items separately from reusable items.  Click here to learn more.

Hennepin County A to Z Guide

An alphabetical index of common items and how to dispose of them locally.Twin Cities Free Market logo

Free Market

The Twin Cities Free Market is a great way to get or give free reusable goods for the home, garage, and garden. Check out the Twin Cities Free Market website for more details.