We call our waste disposal and recycling centre the Transfer Station and it's located at 311 Bailey Line Road, 1.5 km down the road past the municipal complex. We're careful about waste disposal here in the township and we go to a lot of trouble to keep things green, clean and economical. Our mandatory separation and recycling policy keeps waste to a minimum, while maximizing the material that goes out for recycling. Following the rules is easy when you understand what we accept at our transfer station and how it needs to be prepared.
Hours of Operation
Note: If you bring materials to the transfer station in bags, the bags need to be clear.
Metal: We accept cans, tin foil and other household metal waste. The cans don't need to be crushed, but cans and foil need to be washed clean and dry.
Plastics: We accept all plastics as long as they are clean, dry and sorted by number. Your plastic should be pre-sorted at home.
Glass: All glass is accepted, including the old incandescent light bulbs.
Paper & Cardboard: Keep paper and cardboard separate from other recyclables. Tie paper and cardboard in bundles or deliver it in bags or boxes.
Non-Recyclables: Separate kitchen wastes and non-sortable plastics. If you bring non-recyclables to the transfer station, it must be in clear plastic bags.
What We Can't Take: Electronics, non-household scrap metal, appliances, or vehicles. These are accepted at the scrap yard just west of Mindemoya, near Monument Corners or at the Bidwell Road scrap yard. Construction materials are also not accepted at the Transfer Station.