en Berquist and Son Disposal has been in business since 1930. Ken Berquist started the company with a route through Highland Park in St. Paul. During that time people
burned their garbage. Customers would call Ken to pick up their 55 gallon drums full of ash. He would empty them into the back of an old Chevy truck that he converted himself to haul the ashes. In 1974 Jim and his wife, Bonnie, bought the business. Over the years, they have continued to grow their very loyal customer base. Today the family tradition continues, their sons Dan and Mike are both an important part of the family business.
Ken Berquist and Son Disposal remains competitive in a tough market because our customers prefer working with a small family owned and operated business and all the benefits that come along with supporting a local company.
We pride ourselves on providing clean and dependable roll off dumpster and weekly disposal service to our customers. From our equipment to our staff, our attention to detail is what sets us apart from our competitors; you will find our staff to be courteous and reliable.
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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Yard Waste Collection - UPDATE!!
Yard waste pick up has ended for the season. The final pick up was November 29. Please check with your county for compost options.
Per bag pick up – $3 per bag. Minimum pick up of 3 bags. Please call by 3pm Tuesday to schedule pick up.
Seasonal weekly pick up – Weekly pick up (April through November - weather permitting) of 3 bags or a 60 gallon can plus 1 bag. (Can is not provided).
Billing options - $8.50 per month for 12 months or a one time charge of $102.
We are now using a facility that will accept a small amount of brush and sticks mixed with grass and leaves. Branches must be less than 3 feet in length and no larger than 3 inches in diameter.
Yard waste is collected on Wednesdays during the yard waste season.
All yard waste must be in bio degradable bags.