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End users, including home owners, farmers, golf courses, landscape management companies and nurseries, are allowed to dispose of unused pesticides through Minnesota Statute 18B.064.
Pesticides and other yard and garden chemicals may be dropped off at your local Household Hazardous Waste facility. Keep product in original container. Class 12 pesticides, including neonicotinoids, are not placed on reuse shelf, they will be disposed of properly.
Retailers, including community hardware stores and garden centers, are not end users and are therefore not eligible to participate in state program. If you are a retailer and want to voluntarily stop selling systemic pesticides, take our pollinator pledge and learn more about safer options, please contact us. We are working to source disposal options for you at a reduced rate.
7-COUNTY METRO AREA
Household Hazardous Waste Dropout Facilities
ANOKA – 763-323-5730
3230 101ST Ave. NE, Blaine
CARVER – 952-361-1800
116 Peavey Circle
DAKOTA – 952-891-7557
3365 S Hwy 149, Eagan
HENNEPIN – 612-348-3777
1400 West 96th St., Bloomington
8100 Jefferson Hwy, Brooklyn Park
RAMSEY – 651-633-3279
Bay West 5 Empire Dr., St. Paul
SCOTT – 952-496-8475
588 Country Trail E, Hwy 282, Jordan
WASHINGTON – 651-430-6655
4039 Cottage Grove Dr., Woodbury
Not in the metro area? Go to Minnesota Pollution Control Agency for disposal options in your county.