A cooperative of several national, state and local organizations go into the planning and implementation of Environmental programs in Carver County. If you are interested in learning more about those partners, finding additional resources, requesting additional information or viewing the studies and reports used in the planning process, please visit one of the following pages.
Do you have questions? Would you like to request more information regarding a specific environmental program? If so, please contact us. We are here to help!
Carver County Environmental Services’ staff work closely with several organizations in order to consistently manage programs and to protect and enhance Carver County’s natural resources for the health and enjoyment of its citizens now and in the future.
Looking for additional information? These resources will provide a broad range of information regarding recycling, reuse, waste reduction, hazardous waste, regulations and other interesting environmental topics.
Carver County’s solid and hazardous waste programs are directed by the Regional Solid Waste Policy Plan, Regional Solid Waste Master Plan and County Solid Waste Master Plan and are guided by the findings of studies and reports on specific waste issues. A selection of Carver County’s planning documents, studies and reports are listed here.