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Boxes: cardboard and boxboard

Recommended disposal options

Recycle

Cardboard and boxes can be recycled at home.

Other disposal options

Hennepin County drop-off facilities

See restrictions and instructions below:

Drop-off facilities accept:

Cardboard, boxes, boxboard

Fee

No charge

Drop-off limit

Bloomington Drop-off Facility limit: one pickup truck load of cardboard per visit from households.

Larger quantities of cardboard from households should be delivered to the Brooklyn Park Transfer Station.

Materials preparation

During limited operations, residents will be responsible for unloading cardboard recycling. Follow staff directions.

Before your visit, remove all packaging material from cardboard, including Styrofoam and plastic wrap. Styrofoam can go into the garbage. The plastic wrap, if separated first, can be brought in for plastic wrap recycling.

Flatten boxes. Preferred size is 3’ x 3’ or smaller.

Pizza boxes: Contact your city or waste hauler

Clean delivery pizza boxes may go in recycling in some areas (check with your city recycling or hauler first), and greasy or food-soiled delivery pizza boxes are accepted by organics recycling programs. They may also be put in the garbage.