Loring Park Compost Drop-off - Sign Up
Minneapolis College has partnered with the Community Organics Work Group to offer free organics recycling for students, staff, and nearby residents in Loring Park. The organics recycling bins are the property of the City and are housed off the Yale Place and Willow Street cul-de-sac. Locks are used on the drop-off to help manage the amount and quality of organic materials dropped off. The lock code will appear on your screen immediately after you submit this form. Please save the code for your future reference.
The intent of the program is to provide an organics recycling option for students and residents of large (5+ unit) residential buildings, who generally do not have reliable organics recycling access. With a majority of Minneapolis residents renting, a significant number of people do not have access to this act of environmental stewardship. This program seeks to start to address the gap in organics recycling opportunities in the city.
This information will be kept secure and private; it is used to help determine the location of future drop-offs.
I am a:
Student at Minneapolis College
Staff at Minneapolis College
Tenant who lives nearby
Condo owner who lives nearby
Have you ever regularly recycled your food scraps and other organic waste before?
Don't worry, this isn't a test. We are just curious about who is using the site!
Would you be interested in attending an educational workshop on composting?
I pledge to use the Yale Place and Willow Street organics recycling bins responsibly, which includes: 1. Placing only compostable items in the bins as indicated by the signage on/near the bins and on the City's website (
). 2. Respecting the lock process and remembering to close the lock when finished. 3. Keeping the lock code confidential. 4. Leaving no waste, organic or otherwise, on the ground around the bins even when the bins are full. I recognize that if the bins are full, I am to wait until after the bins have been emptied to deposit my material or to drop the material off in a normal garbage bin.
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This form was created inside of Lowry Hill East Neighborhood Association.