Hopkins City Launches Sidewalk Salt Recycling Program In Minnesota


Press release from the City of Hopkins:

April 9, 2020

Don’t know what to do with all that leftover sidewalk salt once the snow stops falling? The City of Hopkins is now offering the first-ever sidewalk salt recycling program in Minnesota.

Simply bring your leftover salt to Hopkins Public Works and dispose of it in the black garbage bin located near the front door. (All salt must be shaken out of the bag or other original container when going into the bin. No pellet salt is accepted.)

All recycled salt will be mixed in with City road salt and used for Hopkins public streets.

This press release was produced by the City of Hopkins. The views expressed here are the author’s own.

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