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Organics drop-off


Residents without city curbside organics service can bring their food scraps and non-recyclable paper to organics drop-off sites located in Bloomington. These sites are offered at NO ADDITIONAL COST to residents!

About 30% of our garbage is comprised of organic material. Removing this material from the waste-stream can save energy and reduce Greenhouse Gases. Organic materials collected at the drop-off sites will be taken to an industrial organics site and turned into nutrient-rich compost.

When compost is added to soil, it reduces the need for fertilizers and pesticides and increases water retention which allows for more efficient use of water. The compost will be used primarily by commercial landscapers, in road construction projects and in gardens.

Fill out the form below to sign up or call 952-563-8760.

Any Bloomington resident, including residents living in an apartment, condo or townhome can sign up. A welcome kit will be delivered to residents who register. This starter kit includes details on how to recycle organics and compostable bags.

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Organics drop-off registration

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