Get rid of unwanted items during the annual Drop-Off Day. This event is for Plymouth residents only.
The 2018 Drop-Off Day is set for Saturday, April 21 at the Plymouth Maintenance Facility, 14900 23rd Ave. N.
Typically there are two lines of traffic: one for Recycle and Reuse items and one for Disposal items. Some vehicles will drive through both lines, vehicles with items for disposal will be charged. No semi-trailers, semi-trucks or moving vans. Check back in the Spring of 2018 for more details.
- Recycle and Reuse Line: Free to drop-off.
- Disposal Line: Charged per vehicle and per trailer, per trip. The 2018 fees are to be determined.
| Recycle & Reuse Items (typically accepted)
This line is free
| Disposal Items (typically accepted)
This line has a per-vehicle fee
|Bicycles and bicycle parts||Tires|
| Textiles and home goods
Items can be in poor/unusable condition
|Paper to shred||Mattresses and box springs|
|Light bulbs and household batteries||Vehicle batteries|
Remodeling material and construction debris
|Carpet and carpet padding|
Year-Round Disposal Options
Check the Plymouth Recyclopedia (PDF) or Hennepin County's Green Disposal Guide for more local disposal and reuse options.
Additional Drop-Off Day Information
Residential waste only, no business waste.
The workers at the Drop-Off Day event include student and adult volunteers, city staff, and employees of participating businesses. The event is financially supported by a Hennepin County recycling grant, the City of Plymouth Solid Waste Fund, and payments from attendees.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 763-509-5906. After business hours, call 763-509-5513 for the recycling hotline.