Trash & Recycling Service
The City of Roseville does not offer municipal administered solid waste or recycling collection services. Businesses are free to select from any solid waste/recycling hauler licensed to provide commercial service in the city. Some commercial haulers only provide roll off service. Please check with the company for rates and services.
The following companies are licensed to provide commercial garbage service in Roseville. Most also provide recycling service.
|Ace Solid Waste||763-427-3110|
|Aspen Waste Systems||612-884-8008|
|Gene's Disposal Service||651-426-1224|
|Ray Anderson & Sons||651-774-2550|
|Walter's Recycling & Refuse||763-780-8464|
Small Businesses For businesses small enough that their recycling needs will not need a dumpster, but instead one or two 95 gallon carts (46” height, 23” width, 31.5” depth), find more information about the City’s Opt-In Program for small businesses and churches on the Opt-In Recycling Program page.
Setting Up Recycling
For information on setting up a recycling program at your work, Ramsey County has some helpful tips.
Find additional recycling tips and donation options on the Resourceful Waste Management Guide.
Businesses can cut their purchasing and solid waste bills by reducing waste and recycling more. For more information the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has tips and programs to help businesses reduce waste and increase recycling.
The Minnesota Technical Assistance Program is housed at the University of Minnesota. Upon request, staff will evaluate your facility's operation and offer customized suggestions for waste reduction and management. MnTAP operates the free Minnesota Materials Exchange that connects businesses who have reusable goods to those who can use them.
The Minnesota Retiree Environmental Technical Assistance Program provides free, confidential, non-regulatory pollution prevention, waste reduction and energy use reduction assistance, and other services to Minnesota businesses, industries, and institutions.
WasteWise is an affiliate of the Chamber of Commerce that provides technical support and public awareness to businesses to help them reduce waste and save money.
What to do About Other Stuff
If you're remodeling, you may be able to recycle your old ceiling tiles for free. For more information contact Armstrong Ceiling Systems. Armstrong also takes back both their own and other manufacturers flooring through its free vinyl composition tile (VCT) recycling program.
Computers, televisions and other electronic waste may be taken to an electronics recycler or you can arrange pick up service. Some of these companies will also deal certain hazardous materials such as fluorescent bulbs and rechargeable batteries.
You can also ship electronic items including CD-Roms, cell phones and videotapes to GreenDisk.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has publications for businesses on dealing with hazardous waste.
For more information on business recycling options, visit the BizRecycling page.