Dump Hours

(As of January 01, 2017)

Winter Hours:

November to April

Friday – 8:00 a.m. to Noon
Saturday – 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Closed on Statutory Holidays

Summer Hours:

May to October

Tuesday – Noon to 4:00 p.m.
Friday – 8:00 a.m. to Noon
Saturday – 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Closed on Statutory Holidays

Tipping Fee Amnesty: Saturday of the May Long Weekend and Saturday of the September Long Weekend

Please click here to see our current User Fee By-Law for Tipping Fee Rates.


How to Recycle

  • All products must be clean and dry.

  • Plastics, and cans must be rinsed and clean.

  • You do not have to separate your products at the blue bins.

  • Please follow the recycling guidelines, if non-recyclable material is mixed in with the recycling, there will be higher costs for the municipality.

What Can I Recycle?

·         Beverage and food containers - Rinse clean and recycle

·         Clamshell containers (hinged, clear plastic containers used for food items such as berries and take-out)

·         Clear fruit and vegetable containers

·         Clear take-out food containers

·         Clear molded bakery item trays, egg cartons

·         Disposable plastic plates and glasses

·         Cold beverage cups/lids

·         Plastic bottles and jugs (lids on)

·         Milk cartons

·         Juice Box (e.g. juice, drinks, soup, broth, etc.)

·         Glass bottles and jars

·         All Plastics No. 1-7 (e.g. margarine, yogurt, ice cream, sour cream, pudding, apple sauce containers, etc.)

·         Metal cans

·         Cardboard cans (e.g. frozen juice, refrigerated dough, chips, nuts, powdered drink mix)

·         Aluminium cans, trays, burner liners, pie plates, roasting pans, etc.

·         Blister packaging (e.g. gum and lozenges)

·         Home and personal product containers - Rinse clean and recycle

·         Plastic bottles and tubs - lids and sprayers screwed on tight (e.g. shampoo, detergent, etc.)

·         Prescription bottles (empty)

·         Plastic kitty litter tubs with plastic handle

·         Aerosol cans (empty)

·         Clear compact disk cases (empty)

·         Plastic gift cards

·         Foam polystyrene (Styrofoam) and plastic retail shopping bags - Rinse clean and recycle

·         Styrofoam food containers and protective packaging (e.g. drinking cups, egg cartons, meat trays, etc.)

·         Plastic bags (e.g. grocery, shopping, dry cleaning, bread bags, vegetable/fruit bags, milk bags)

·         Plastic outer wrap from packages, such as from paper towels, cases of water, etc.

·         Bubbled plastic packaging

·         Cardboard/ Paper - Not contaminated with food or chemicals

·         Bags, rolls, junk mail, writing/computer paper, envelopes, window envelopes, envelopes with padding

·         Shredded paper (put in clear plastic bag and tie closed)

·         Gift wrap, cards (no ribbons, bows, foil wrap)

·         Newspapers, flyers, telephone directories, magazines, catalogues, books (hardcover removed), etc.

·         Boxboard boxes (e.g. cereal, tissue, detergent, egg cartons - flatten and remove liners)

·         Corrugated cardboard (clean and flattened - pizza boxes must be empty)

What Can I Not Recycle?

·         Organic material - food scraps, diapers, animal waste

·         Used/soiled paper or plastic plates and utensils

·         Hazardous waste: propane/helium tanks, batteries, fluorescent bulbs

·         Medical waste: needles are hazardous waste

·         Auto parts, tools, extension cords

·         Clothes, shoes, carpets, curtains, bedding

·         Electronics (take to the Electronic Waste Recycling Bin)

·         Small Appliances (e.g. coffee makers, microwaves, etc.)

·         Plastic: squeeze tubes for home and personal products (hair, body, etc.), caulking tubes

·         Large plastics (e.g. pool covers, tarps, pools, toys, etc.)

·         Binders (e.g. three ring), clipboards

·         Hoses

·         Glass - drinking glasses, dishes, cups, crystal, window glass, light bulbs, mirrors, pottery, etc.

·         Metal - scrap metal, coat hangers, pots, pans, etc (take to Scrap Metal Waste Area).

·         Wood - pieces, flooring, crates for fruit, etc.

·         Yard Waste - grass clippings, tree limbs, leaves, etc.


A storage container is provided at the landfill site to safely dispose of old electronic equipment. There is no charge for the disposal of electronics. 


Car and small truck tires can be disposed of at the municipal landfill site free of charge. Rims must be removed prior to disposal. These tires are then removed from the site a few times a year and safely recycled.