• No sharps in the garbage or recycling
  • Recycle right
    Recycle Right
  • Hazardous waste
    Hazardous Waste

Needle Disposal

Needles (also known as Sharps) DO NOT belong in garbage or recycling. 

Contact your local pharmacy to see if they offer sharps containers and disposal services.  For additional drop off locations, visit www.healthsteward.ca.  

Properly packaged sharps are also accepted at our Hazardous Waste Depot. Click here for more information. 

Wood Mulch & Compost

Wood Mulch and Compost is available for purchase while supplies last. 

Click here for more information on compost and wood mulch.


Leaf & Yard Waste

Leaf and Yard Waste can be dropped off at the Waste Recovery Centre at no charge.  

Click here for more information on leaf and yard waste.



Cardboard Revenue Share

Revenue share rates are updated monthly, as soon as they become available, to reflect current market prices.

Quantity Per Month September Rate
1 to 5 tonnes $20 / tonne
Over 5 and up to 15 tonnes $30 / tonne
15 tonnes or more $50 / tonne

Loads must contain only clean corrugated cardboard and be ready for direct baling.


News and Events

The Reuse Centre Building and Sign

Reuse Centre Now Open Year Round!

Nov 13, 2015

Proper Needle Disposal

“Be Sharps Smart” - Proper Needle Disposal

Sep 29, 2015

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