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Public Drop Sites - Burnsville Public Drop Site, MN

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The Randy's Environmental Services Burnsville public drop site location provides a convenient drop off location for Burnsville, Apple Valley, Bloomington, Lakeville, Rosemount, Eagan, Prior Lake and Savage residents, businesses and organizations looking for a local dump or recycling center.

We’d like to help preserve the beauty around Burnsville and provide the opportunity to drop off materials and have them properly recycled or disposed of.

Going to the Mall? Make a quick stop with all those old cell phones, fax machines, and tube monitors or televisions that are sitting in the garage.

We’re open six days a week and take all those bulky items such as appliances and mattresses or items that can’t be thrown in the trash such as batteries, fluorescent lights, tires and electronics including cell phones, monitors and televisions.

We recycle or get rid of just about anything including construction waste, clean-up junk and cardboard. Everything is under one roof so there’s no need to stop at multiple drop off locations. You can even drop off sensitive paper documents or media for secure document shredding and disposal. See a full list of Drop Off Recyclable or Disposal Items along with Hazardous Waste items we cannot accept. If you’re in doubt, just give us a call.

The Burnsville public drop site is located behind McDonalds, 1 mile west of 35W on Hwy 13.

Location

12620 Vincent Ave S
Burnsville, MN 55337

(Located behind McDonalds, 1 mile west of 35W on Hwy 13)

Hours

Open Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Open Saturday
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Closed Sunday

Payment Accepted

Cash

Checks up to $200

Visa, MC, AMEx

Contact Us

763.972.3335
  • Items we accept
  • Unacceptable Materials
  • Items we accept
    Randy’s public drop sites accept the following items - call for current rates. There is no limit on how much you may drop off.

     

    • Appliances
      • Refrigerators
      • Ovens
      • Waterheaters
      • Washer/Dryer
      • Microwave
    • Electronics
      • CPUs 
      • Copy Machines
      • DVD Players/Recorders
      • Large Printers
      • Monitors 
      • TVs
      • VCR Machines
    • Tires
      • Bicycle
      • Car, Cycle, Pickup
    • Itemized Trash
      • Bikes (tires removed)
      • Box Spring
      • Car Parts
      • Carpet 
      • Chairs
      • Couches
      • Grills (cannot have propane tank)
      • Hide-a-beds
      • Lawn Mowers
      • Mattresses
      • Plastic Water Softeners
      • Propane Tanks (20lb, empty w/valve open)
      • Recliners
      • Softener Shell only
      • Swing Sets
    • Batteries
      • Car, Truck, Boat
      • Cycle, Lawnmower
      • Household Battery
    • Demolition
      • Construction Material per yard
      • Bath Tub (cast iron or non-cast iron)
      • Pallets
      • Sinks 
      • Toilets
    • Other
      • Can or bag
      • Per yard
  • Unacceptable Materials
    Randy’s public drop sites do not accept the following items:

     

    • Hazardous or liquid wastes
    • Paints
    • Asbestos
    • Gas powered refrigeration units


    To dispose of Combustible/Hazardous Materials, you will need to contact your county’s HHW Department.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do we charge by the weight or by volume?

Volume or per item for bulk items / appliances, etc.

What do we do with our brush, yard waste?

Randy’s offers a curb-side collection of grass and leaves. Call our customer service department and schedule an on call pick up or set up the weekly service. Many cities have a compost site for their residents. Your needs for a large brush collection would have to be addressed with a tree service.

Where can we dispose of our paints, varnishes, chemicals?

Randy’s does not accept Household Hazardous waste (HHW) on route or at the drop sites.

See if your community or county has a facility that collects HHW year-round. Some of these facilities have exchange areas for unused or leftover paints, solvents, pesticides, cleaning and automotive products, and other materials. By taking advantage of these facilities, materials can be used by someone else, rather than being thrown away.

If your community doesn't have a year round collection system for HHW, see if there are any designated days in your area for collecting solid waste.

Can I put an old microwave in my trash or recycle cart?

A microwave is an appliance that needs to be processed for recycling. Appliances cannot go in the trash or recycle carts. Other such appliances include:

Randy’s customer service representatives do a great job at handling their calls. They are ready and prepared to offer the best customer service.
Jane N. - Residential Customer - Golden Valley, MN

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