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Not every company can handle every kind of garbage. At ACE Solid Waste we, provide worry-free service for regular garbage and by request, any special disposal needs.

Please contact us to arrange pickup of appliances, electronics, furniture or other special items. Be assured that we fully disclose our fees, and we manage all services in compliance with local, state and federal regulations. We take (almost) everything. It's the ACE difference.

For good reason, major appliances are no longer considered household junk. Appliance recycling has become safe and easy, certified technicians reclaim freon while the many different types of metals are recycled for reuse.

Major appliances means clothes washers and dryers, 
dishwashers, hot water heaters, heat pumps, furnaces, garbage disposals, trash compactors, conventional and microwave ovens, ranges and stoves, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, refrigerators, and freezers.

Please contact us to arrange curbside pickup of appliances, electronics, furniture or other special items. Rest assured we fully disclose our fees, and we manage all services in compliance with local, state and federal regulations. We take (almost) everything. It's the ACE difference.

  • One business day advance notice required.
  • Collection is provided on your regular service day.
  • Items should be placed curb side by 6:30 a.m. on collection day
  • Loose items should be bagged, bundled or boxed.
  • Large items should be broken down to be manageable for one person.
  • Simply use the contact form or call 763-427-3110.
Appliance Pick Up

Not every company can handle every kind of garbage. At ACE Solid Waste we, provide worry-free service for regular garbage and by request, large & bulky items such as old furniture.

Please contact us to arrange pickup of appliances, electronics, furniture or other special items. Be assured that we fully disclose our fees, and we manage all services in compliance with local, state and federal regulations. We take (almost) everything. It's the ACE difference.

  • One business day advance notice required.
  • Collection is provided on your regular service day
  • Items should be placed curb side by 6:30 a.m. on collection day
  • Loose items should be bagged, bundled or boxed.
  • Large items should be broken down to be manageable for one person.
  • Simply use the contact form or call 763-427-3110.
Large & Bulky Waste Disposal

We offer a full range of roll-off boxes to meet your needs, whether your project has construction/demolition or mixed trash, we take (almost) everything. Our team is ready to take on the big jobs and can handle your special construction needs.

Try our new E-Z bag for the small construction projects and clean outs. 

  • Roll-Off Boxes range in size including, 10yd, 20yd, and 30yd.
  • Competitive seasonal rates are available depending on job size and material type.
  • Contractor discounts can be earned.
  • Contact us online or call 763-427-3110 today for a no-obligation QUICK QUOTE!

Click here to download our dumpster agreement

10yd, 20yd, 30yd Roll off boxes

Listed are three different types of roll-off box loads. Each different type of load material is managed and taxed in a different manner. While ordering, please be sure to identify box size and material type. Items not accepted in any load include; major household appliances, tires, batteries, paints and other hazardous waste.

Roll-Off Box Service for Construction Debris Removal

Construction/Demo

  • Lumber/ Cabinets
  • Roofing materials
  • Siding/ Flooring
  • windows/Doors
  • Sheetrock
  • Brick/ Block
  • Scrap steel

Mixed Trash

  • Misc. Junk
  • Trash/ Garbage
  • Furniture (one with springs)
  • Paper/ Cardboard

Concrete Loads

  • Asphalt
  • Bricks
  • Concrete
  • Gravel
  • Rocks

Electronics recycling has come a long ways over the years and is now available curbside. Precious metals, alloys and plastic are all recoverable materials from electronics.

Please contact us to arrange curb side pickup of appliances, electronics, furniture or other special items. Be assured that we fully disclose our fees, and we manage all services in compliance with local, state and federal regulations. We take it all. It's the ACE difference.

  • One business day advance notice required.
  • Collection is provided on your regular service day.
  • Items should be placed curbside by 6:30 a.m. on collection day
  • Loose items should be bagged, bundled or boxed.
  • Large items should be broken down to be manageable for one person.
  • Simply use the contact form or call 763-427-3110.
Electronic Recycling

Fluorescent lamps, including compact fluorescent bulbs, contain a small amount of mercury and cannot be disposed in your regular trash. When recycled, fluorescent lamps are converted into re-usable commodity grade goods, such as glass, metal, powder and mercury. Even the boxes and plastics used in shipping are completely recovered and recycled.

Ace is fully equipped to handle all your fluorescent lamp disposal and recycling needs. Simply complete the request below to schedule your pickup.

  • Special fees and handling apply.
  • Contact us at 763-427-3110 for details and to schedule a pick up.

OR click on the links below for information on disposal options:

See MPCA bulletin for proper disposal.

Fluorescent Lamp Disposal

ACE Cannot Accept Liquid Or Hazardous Waste With Your Regular Garbage. Click Below For More Information.

For other Minnesota counties, and more information, please visit www.pca.state.mn.us/waste/household-hazardous-waste-managers-and-operators

Household Hazardous Waste

Millions of tires are now recycled every year instead of going to landfills. All scrap tires are processed in state-of-art facilities where they are converted into environmentally friendly products used in the civil engineering industry as backfill material for septic systems, basements, roadway bedding, and more... 

For curbside tire pick up, simply complete the request below. 

  • One business day advance notice required.
  • Collection is provided on your regular service day
  • Tires should be placed curb side by 6:30 a.m. on collection day
  • Special fees apply
  • Simply use the contact form or call 763-427-3110.
Tire Disposal

Even though household sharps can legally be put into the trash, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) encourages citizens to dispose of used sharps in a specific way.

  • Place sharps in clear, hard plastic (laundry style) containers with a secure screw-on cap
  • Label container: SHARPS
  • When container is half-full, tightly seal it in your garbage (not recycle)cart
  • See MPCA bulletin for proper disposal.
Sharps (Needles) Disposal

Household Batteries:

Some batteries are hazardous because they contain mercury, lead, cadmium, or silver. These metals are toxic and hazardous to the environment. In Minnesota, it is illegal to throw hazardous batteries in the garbage or burn them.

It can be difficult to determine the type of battery you have, whether it is rechargeable, and whether it is recyclable. Sometimes, the label information, the shape of the battery, or the information on the packaging will tell you. If not, contact a retailer who specializes in batteries for assistance in identifying the type.

Common Battery Types/Disposal Method

  • Alkaline: OK to place in the garbage. 
  • Carbon Zinc: OK to place in the garbage. 
  • Lithium (less than 9 volts): OK to place in the garbage. 
  • Rechargeable batteries: Take rechargeable batteries to a Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation collection site. Common rechargeable batteries include Nickel-Cadmium, Nickel Metal Hydride, Lithium Ion and portable (less than 2 lb.) Sealed Lead batteries.

Automotive Batteries:

Automotive batteries are lead-acid batteries and are used in vehicles such as cars, boats, snowmobiles, golf carts, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, and wheelchairs.

Automotive batteries contain about 18 pounds of lead and about 1 gallon of highly corrosive sulfuric acid. Both are toxic.

It’s illegal to put vehicle batteries in the garbage. They must be recycled. By law (Minnesota Statutes § 325E.1151), an auto battery retailer must accept up to five lead acid batteries per consumer and may not charge to receive the batteries. You must turn in your old lead-acid battery when you buy a new one or you will be charged a surcharge of at least $10.00. The retailer must refund the surcharge if you bring in the old battery, with your receipt for the purchase of the new battery from that retailer, within 30 days of purchase.

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