News By Category: Waste & Recycling
July 6, 2021
Simple Recycling, a textile hauling service that operates in Golden Valley, is changing its curbside pickup methods. Customers must now request a pickup via the Simple Recycling website.
June 14, 2021
The City of Golden Valley recently created a new GVDirectConnect subscriber topic for “green” volunteer opportunities. This listserv will let residents know about environmentally-focused volunteer opportunities in the City, such as tree plantings, invasive species removal, and opportunities to help engage and educate the public around sustainability topics. Visit your subscriber preferences to sign up for Green Volunteers.
June 3, 2021
This year’s Household Hazardous Waste event, sponsored by Hennepin County Recycling, will be held Fri, June 11 and Sat, June 12, 9 am–4 pm at St Louis Park Middle School (2025 Texas Ave S, St Louis Park).
April 21, 2021
Golden Valley’s recycling program includes a three-week curbside brush pick-up in May. The annual brush pick-up gives homeowners the opportunity to place tree limbs and brush at their curbs for collection and disposal.
April 1, 2021
Now that the snow is gone, homeowners may be pondering the start of yard work season. Golden Valley’s annual residential Spring Brush Pick-Up running from April 26 to May 14, gives residents the opportunity to place tree limbs and brush at their curb for collection and disposal.
March 12, 2021
February 26, 2021
January 27, 2021
With the City’s current recycling contract set to expire at the end of 2021 and Hennepin County’s mandate that cities begin requiring curbside organics recycling, by this time next year recycling in Golden Valley will look a bit different.
January 11, 2021
Although plastic is a versatile material with many uses, it is also concerning as it presents health risks, contributes to litter and pollution, and is hard to dispose of. Some of the worst forms are packaging and single-use plastics like straws and grocery bags. Hennepin County’s latest environmental initiative aims at getting its residents to stop using these materials.
October 1, 2020