Decluttering in Sioux Falls

If all this “staying at home” business has motivated you to do some serious decluttering, join the club.

As the pandemic has largely forced us to stay in, many of us have realized we want our stuff out. We want to live and work in clean, organized spaces. (And we may have binge-watched Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix.)

Whatever your reason for decluttering, you’re probably wondering where to take all your old stuff.

We’ve compiled some of the best places to take your unwanted items in Sioux Falls, depending on whether you’re disposing, recycling, or donating.

(Please note that these are not comprehensive lists. Contact each organization to verify accepted items and fees.)

Dispose

  • Household Hazardous Waste Facility
    • Electronics (such as computer units, printers, stereos, phones, TVs, microwaves, cameras, cords, cables, and more)
    • Paint and similar items
    • Cleaners and chemicals (household, automotive, lawn, garden, or pool)
    • Cosmetics, nail polish, and polish remover
    • Fuels (including gasoline, propane cylinders, and lighter fluid)
    • Ammunition
    • Unexploded fireworks
    • CFLs or fluorescent lamps, bulbs, or ballasts
    • All batteries
  • Sioux Falls Police Department “Drug Take Back”
    • Pharmaceuticals
    • Unused medications (solid or liquid)

Where to take unwanted items in Sioux Falls

Recycle

  • Sioux Falls Regional Sanitary Landfill
    • Major kitchen appliances (like stoves, refrigerators, or freezers)
    • Laundry washers and dryers
    • Mattresses and box springs
    • Yard waste (including grass, leaves, and plant cuttings)
    • Wood (including branches and wood palettes)
    • Lawn mowers and weed trimmers
    • Scrap metal (including cookware and license plates)
    • Tires
  • TJN Enterprises
    • Scrap metal (including wire, aluminum, copper, brass, lead, stainless, and zinc)
    • Automobiles, pickup trucks, or trailers
    • Lead acid batteries
    • Used appliances
  • Your own recycling container
    • Paper products (including magazines, junk mail)
    • Cardboard and chipboard
    • Plastic bottles, tubs, and jugs
    • Tin, steel, or aluminum cans
    • Glass jars and bottles

Recycling in Sioux Falls

Donate

Organizing in Sioux Falls

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