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Welcome to the Olmsted County Recycling and Garbage

Olmsted County utilizes an integrated approach to Solid Waste Management. Each of the components (waste reduction, recycling, composting, hazardous waste management, waste-to-energy, and landfill) complements the others and serves an important role in the total system to make the best use of the resources available. It is a system that is environmentally responsible and financially prudent. More>>

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  • Recycling & Garbage

    Recycling & Garbage



    Recycling and reducing your waste saves resources and can save you money. In addition to creating less waste, you may save money on your garbage bill.
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    Recycling and reducing your waste saves resources and can save you money. In addition to creating less waste, you may save money on your garbage bill.More >>
  • Hazardous Waste

    Hazardous Waste



    The first rules about hazardous products are to avoid them if possible, store them properly, and use them for their intended purpose.
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    The first rules about hazardous products are to avoid them if possible, store them properly, and use them for their intended purpose.More >>
  • Compost Site

    Compost Site



    Olmsted County operates a yard-waste compost site that accepts leaves, grass clippings, and other acceptable items to help people who are unable to compost leaves and grass in their own yards.
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    Olmsted County operates a yard-waste compost site that accepts leaves, grass clippings, and other acceptable items to help people who are unable to compost leaves and grass in their own yards.More >>
301 Silver Creek Road NE
Rochester, MN 55904
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