Christmas Tree Disposal Options
- Jan. 4-29, 2016: Residents can drop off one tree per household for free at the SKB Malcolm Transfer Station, 630 Malcolm Ave. SE, Minneapolis. The site is open 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday, except holidays. Bring a photo ID showing you are a Hennepin County resident. No wreaths or other decorations, no tree stands, no ornaments, no plastic bags. Flocked trees are acceptable.
- Contact your trash hauler for curbside pickup in January.
- After Jan. 29, 2016, contact your hauler for options, or take the tree to a landfill or transfer station for disposal.
Recycling in Plymouth
Reduce, reuse and recycle are three important steps anyone can take to minimize waste and protect our environment. View a list of recyclable materials.
The City of Plymouth provides every-other-week curbside recycling service to single family through eight-plex residential homes.
Are you moving to or from Plymouth? Click here for information about stopping or starting service and more. Start/stop utility service or call 763-509-5333.
A Recycling Drop Off Center is available for all Plymouth residents and businesses.
Plymouth residents can recycle used motor oil at the used oil drop-off site located at the Maintenance Facility, 14900 23rd Ave. N.
Garbage collection is provided by licensed haulers. Residents may choose a garbage hauler from the list. For more information on how to dispose, repair, reuse or recycle items or waste, see the Plymouth Recyclopedia or the Hennepin County Green Disposal Guide.
All apartment and multi-unit building owners and managers are required to provide a recycling collection program for tenants. Talk to your hauler about recycling collection.
Businesses may choose from licensed haulers for recycling and garbage hauling.
Find environmental and educational resources, along with upcoming events at Hennepin County's Green Partners.
Composting is nature’s way of recycling. And it's easy to do right in your own backyard.