Dumpster Rental in Plymouth, MN

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Landfill Location Plymouth, MN

Plymouth is a city that is located in Hennepin County in the state of Minnesota. Residents of Plymouth and the rest of Hennepin County can also drop off their household waste at the following locations:

  • Hennepin County Recycling Center and Transfer Station
    8100 Jefferson Highway
    Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
    Hours:
    Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday; 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
    Wednesday; 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
    Saturday; 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • South Hennepin Recycling and Problem Waste Drop-Off Center
    1400 West 96th Street
    Bloomington, MN 55431
    Hours:
    Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday; 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
    Wednesday; 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
    Saturday; 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The Plymouth Public Works Department does not provide residents with curbside trash collection services.
Plymouth Public Works Department
14900 23rd Ave N
Plymouth, MN 55447
(763) 509-5950

Instead, residents have to make use of a third-party hauler for their waste collection needs. A full list of these third party haulers that operate in Plymouth can be found here.

Recycling In Plymouth

Curbside recycling collection services are provided to residents by the Plymouth Public Works Department through a contract with a third party company. Recyclables are collected every other week.

Residents of Plymouth can also make use of the Plymouth Recycling Drop-Off Center if they have recyclables that they want to dispose of themselves.
Plymouth Recycling Drop-Off Center
14900 23rd Ave N
Plymouth, MN 55447
(763) 509-5950

Recyclables can also be dropped off at the following locations:

  • The Hennepin County Recycling Center and Transfer Station
  • The South Hennepin Recycling and Problem Waste Drop-Off Center

Household Hazardous Waste

Residents of Plymouth and the rest of Hennepin County can dispose of their household hazardous waste at the following locations:

  • The Hennepin County Recycling Center and Transfer Station
  • The South Hennepin Recycling and Problem Waste Drop-Off Center

Commercial entities may not utilize these services and a full list of the accepted residential household hazardous waste can be found here.

Yard Waste

The Plymouth Public Works Department operates a yard waste (leaves, grass clippings, etc.) collection site next to the Plymouth Recycling Drop-Off Center.

Other Interesting Facts About Plymouth

Plymouth history can be traced back to the Dakota Indian Tribe who roamed the area around the 1400’s. But it wasn’t until 1858 until the city was incorporated. The population is close to 70,000 residents as of 2016. The city has 2 colleges, the Association Free Lutheran Bible and Seminary School and the Central Baptist Theological Seminary. Two of the largest employers are Wayzata Public Schools and the mattress company, Select Comfort. Some notable people from Plymouth include NFL running back Marion Barber and NHL All-Star Mark Parrish.

Let’s All Begin To Take Recycling More Seriously

The lack of recycling in America is quite startling. With our landfills beginning to overflow and the cost of building a new landfill skyrocketing, it’s time we paid more attention to this very simple task. Costs to build a new landfill can run into the tens of millions of dollars. And what city has that kind of money. And who wants a landfill in their backyard? No one.

The most interesting statistic is that landfill operators are reporting that over 70% of all trash brought to them could actually all be recycled. This is alarming. And it poses one of the biggest threats to our eco-system. Plus if your city or county needs a landfill sooner rather than later, forget it. It can take up to 7 years just to get a permit.

So it is incumbent on us all to take recycling seriously and find out more about the process and the benefits. You don’t have to look too far to find out what is going on in your city when it comes to recycling. Most city or county websites will have on their site, several pages devoted exclusively to recycling. They will list things like:

  • What can be recycled
  • What cannot be recycled
  • How to recycle
  • Recycling pick up days
  • Recycling drop-off centers

And the site will discuss other important issues that relate to the recycling industry. The majority of cities have turned to single-stream recycling. This makes the recycling a little easier. You don’t have to separate your recyclables at the curb, its all done at your local recycling facility. So check out your local city website and educate yourself on the process of recycling. You can also do a Google search and find hundreds of pages that will enable you to become an expert.

The Benefits Of Recycling

The benefits of recycling are huge. When we recycle old materials are turned into new products. Thus, this will cut down on the need for new products which are made by extracting raw materials and cutting down our trees. There is also a large energy saving.

Because it takes tremendous amounts of energy to find and mine raw materials. Plus by recycling, we cut down on greenhouse gases because we are not utilizing our local landfill as much. Some tangible benefits from recycling include:

  • Over a million new jobs are created every year
  • Billions of dollars are pumped into our economy
  • Every ton of paper we recycle saves 17 trees
  • If we recycle 1 light bulb we can run a lamp for 4 hours
  • Stanford University through their recycling program saved close to 40,000 trees
  • If a ton of steel is recycled over a ton of iron ore is conserved

There are a thousand more examples that can be illustrated here, but we think you get the message. Recycling could literally save our planet and that is a worthwhile goal.

Easy Dumpster Rental is in the recycling business. We are a Green company and we offer a wide variety of bin units to help you get your recyclables to the nearest landfill that excepts recyclables. Or to the local recycling center. So if you need help give us call. We will be glad to extend a helping hand.

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