Levels of Service
We have three different cart sizes - 35 gallon, 65 gallon and 95 gallon. Approximate cart dimensions:
Trash carts will be provided for use at no additional charge. Carts are for household garbage only. Please do not place yard waste, construction debris, dirt, rock or hazardous material in your cart. Homeowners are responsible for cleaning their cart if needed.
Extra bags and larger items
If you have additional bags or large items for pick-up, please notify the office 24 hours prior to your day of service. Extra charges apply.
Appliance pick up
We can take some appliances on your regular pick up day for an additional fee. Prices vary depending on the type of appliance. We must be notified 24 hours prior to pick up.
We cannot take appliances that use Freon – freezers, air conditioners, refrigerators, etc.
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday - Friday
Ken Berqusit & Son Disposal, 8579 Bower Court East, Inver Grove Heights, MN, 55076
651.450.6465 or 651.699.2442
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We cannot take any hazardous materials. Common items such as gasoline, motor oil, chemicals, paint, fluorescent lights and paint thinner cannot be put into the garbage. Please contact your county waste management office if you have questions about the disposal of these and other hazardous material.
Yard Waste Removal
Yard waste pick up is available April – November for an additional charge. Call the office to schedule pick up. Minimum pick up of 5 bags. Yard waste must be placed in biodegradable bags. Grass clippings and leaves only! Brush, trees, sod and dirt cannot be mixed with grass clippings and leaves.
Yard waste disposal sites available to residents of Ramsey and Dakota County:
We offer weekly curbside single sort recycling service to our customers living in Inver Grove Heights. Please loosely place recyclables in the same receptacle. Loose paper should be the only material in bags.
Click here to download the Single Sort Recycling Guide
Single Sort Recycling Guide
Plastic, Metal and glass
Loose papers, newspapers and shredded paper should be placed in an enclosed paper bag to prevent the materials from blowing around your neighborhood. Thank you!
Cardboard and Paperboard
What items are not recyclable?