Burnsville, MN Dump for Junk and Recycling Drop Off Center
Randy’s Environmental Services South Location of Burnsville, Minnesota provides a convenient drop off location for Burnsville, Apple Valley, Bloomington, Lakeville, Rosemount, Eagan, Prior Lake, and Savage
residents looking for a local dump or recycling center.
We would 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 are open 6 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 such as cell phones, monitors, or televisions. We recycle or get rid of just about anything including construction waste, clean-up junk, and cardboard. Everything is under one roof, no need to stop at multiple places. 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 and Hazardous Waste items we cannot accept. If you are in doubt, just give us a call.
Randy’s South Location
12620 Vincent Ave South
(Located behind McDonalds, 1 mile west of 35W on Hwy 13)
Open Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Drop Sites accept the following forms of payment:
Checks-up to $200.00
Visa, MasterCard or American Express
By the way, are you aware of all of Randy’s Environmental Services? Family-owned and operated for over 30 years, Randy’s is Minnesota’s leading sanitation services company with truly exceptional customer service.
Home owner? Commercial Business? Contractor? City or Municipality? Today, our business goes far beyond trash removal:
Why it can be important to recycle appliances:
To get rid of appliances you no longer need, recycling is the best legal, responsible method. It is illegal to dump in Minnesota. Appliances that are unwanted are still good for recycled steel and reusing the coolant for new products. This not only saves energy but slows the deterioration of the Earth's resources. Most appliances are mainly made of steel, which is around 75% of their weight. So they are all constructed with recycled steel and, when they are disposed of, they are recyclable, too.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, here are three major benefits involved in the utilization of scrap rather than virgin materials, such as iron ore and coal, to produce new steel: