The City of Woodland provides recycling pickup services free of charge to its residents.
Beginning January 1, 2021, this service will be provided by Republic Services. The pickup day and schedule will stay the same: every other Thursday, according to the calendar below (grey weeks). Please have materials curbside by 7 a.m.
Recycling Customer Service
If you require customer service, please send an email detailing your needs to [email protected]. A team knowledgeable about Woodland and the Lake Minnetonka area monitor this inbox and will respond within 24 hours. Here are some of the issues that they can help you with:
- Report a missed pickup. Note: bins must be out by 7 a.m. or will not be considered missed, the drivers keep track of which bins are not out at pickup time.
- Set up new recycling service or change the name on the address account.
- Make cart size changes, exchanges or repairs.
Please email [email protected] if you need to:
- Sign up or pay for valet service
- Have questions about billing for valet service
Valet service is any recycling pickup that is not curbside at the street.
Woodland is happy to arrange valet service as an add-on to the basic curbside service for $11/month or $132/year (Republic fee plus 10% administrative charge), invoiced annually each December and must be paid by January 1. Valet service is defined as any pickup that is not curbside, regardless of whether it is walk-up or drive up by the Republic crew. Valet service requires two documents (below) to be signed and returned to City Hall (20225 Cottagewood Road, Deephaven, MN 55331) or emailed to [email protected]:
Hennepin County Drop-Off Facilities
Hennepin County has two year-round drop-off facilities where residents can get rid of recycling, electronics, appliances and household hazardous wastes.
Organics recycling is accepted Tuesdays-Saturdays at the Bloomington and Brooklyn Park locations of the Hennepin County Drop-Off Facilities. No charge, up to five bags.
Guidelines for organics recycling at the Hennepin County Drop-off Facilities:
Organics must be generated in Hennepin County and be separated from trash and recyclables. Must also be in a closed BPI-certified compostable plastic bag. Look for the BPI logo and go to www.bpiworld.org for more info.
Acceptable materials include:
All food – fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, bones, dairy products, eggs, egg shells, pasta, beans, rice, bread, cereal, nuts and shells
- Non-recyclable and food-soiled paper not coated with plastic – pizza boxes from delivery, napkins, paper towels, paper egg cartons, facial tissue
- Certified compostable products – compostable paper and plastic cups, plates, bowls, utensils and containers. Look for the BPI or Cedar Grove logos or the term “compostable” on certified products.
- Other compostable items – coffee grounds and filters, hair and nail clippings, cotton balls and swabs with paper stems, houseplants and flowers, tea bags, wooden items such as chopsticks, popsicle sticks and toothpicks.
Arrangements for disposing of yard waste may be made with your garbage service or waste may be dropped off at County disposal sites. Hennepin County offers yard and tree waste disposal and sells low-cost compost bins to all county residents. In addition, the Mulch Store accepts yard waste drop offs and is a resource for compost, mulch and more.
Nearby Donation Centers
Bethesda Thrift Shop, 4749 County Rd 101, Minnetonka
Goodwill, 13820 Wayzata Blvd, Minnetonka
Arc's Value Village Thrift Store, 2751 Winnetka Ave N, New Hope
Bridging, 201 W 87th St, Bloomington