Please call our service center for your Christmas Tree disposal options. 

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Holiday Service Reminder - Tuesday thru Friday Routes Delayed One Day

Tuesday is Christmas! And since our people get the day off to celebrate, all scheduled residential trash and recycling routes from Tuesday thru Friday will run 1 day late. The same schedule applies for New Year's week. Reminder - Especially this time of year when route pick up times can change for one reason or another, we need to ask you to please have carts out by 6:00 a.m. or the night before to assure pick up. By the way, if you have a Christmas tree to dispose of, please call our service center for options. Merry Christmas!

 

The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud, for all to hear!

From all of us at Randy's we wish you, and yours a very Merry Christmas!

With the city's residential solid waste disposal contract due to expire Dec. 31, 2016, Buffalo City Council unanimously voted to terminate its contract with Waste Management, and accept a new five-year deal with Randy's Sanitation effective Jan. 1, 2017.

As students begin to head back to school Randy’s Environmental Services is going the extra mile to raise the awareness of the increase activity on the roads.  Promoting safety on a daily basis is a very high priority for Randy’s especially this time of year as our students are returning to school.

Give them the means and they will do it. Randy's Event Waste Sort System gave the Wayzata Art Experience guests the ability to divert both the organics as well as the typical recycling from the waste stream. To have success in asking people to sort their waste, we have found that you should not have trash carts stand alone.

Each year FIRST LEGO League releases a challenge, which is based on a real-world scientific topic.

Randy's to the Rescue

Early in March one of our Randy’s drivers was heading northbound out of the river valley in Bloomington when a large bird flew into the front of the truck. Unbeknown to the driver, the bird flipped behind the cab of the truck and was sneaking a free ride between the cab and the packer. The bird, was a Great Horned Owl.