Drop-off facilities open with limited operations

Hennepin County’s Drop-Off Facilities in Brooklyn Park and Bloomington are open with limited operations and new safety procedures due to COVID-19. Find more information about drop-off facilities.

Changes to materials accepted: No mattresses. No TVs or electronics that weigh more than 50 lbs.

Select appliances accepted: microwaves, water coolers, sump pumps, garbage disposals, dehumidifiers. $15/each. 

NO other appliances accepted.

Glass bottles and jars

Recommended disposal options

Recycle

Glass bottles and jars can be recycled at home.

Remove all caps and lids before recycling. All colors — clear, green and brown — of glass food and beverage bottles and jars are accepted.

Not recyclable: Glass dishes, drinking glasses, vases, shower doors, windshields, window and door glasses, and mirrors are not recyclable and can be put in the garbage.

Other disposal options

Hennepin County drop-off facilities

See restrictions and instructions below:

Drop-off facilities accept:

Glass bottles and jars

Fee

No charge

Drop-off facilities do not accept:

Glass dishes, drinking glasses, vases, shower doors, windshields, window and door glasses, and mirrors. These items can be put in the garbage.

Reuse

Glass containers can be reused as storage jars, vases and art projects.