Landfill & Recycling
Landfill Site Access Cards:
Please choose from the following list for more information regarding the Access Card System:
- When the Access Cards will be available for pick up
- Landfill Access Card requirements
- How the Access Card System will work
- Requirements for Building Contractors
- Contractor Authorization Form
- Authorization for Alternate Person Pick Up of Access Card
- Used Tire Acceptance at the Landfill Site
- Landfill Tipping Fees
Sites & Hours of Operation
The Municipality of Oliver Paipoonge has two Landfill Sites that are available for use by residents and property owners only. Effective Saturday, July 11, 2015, residents and property owners will be required to present their Landfill Site Access Card along with photo ID (driver's license) to the Landfill Site Attendant upon arrival in order to gain entrance to the Landfill Site. Access cards can be picked up at the Municipal Office during regular business hours. The landfill hours for both sites are listed below:
Tuesday 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Wednesday 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Tuesday 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Wednesday 12:00pm - 5:00pm
|Please Note: Municipal Landfill Sites are closed on ALL Statutory Holidays and Remembrance Day
Oliver Paipoonge Landfill Sites Rules and Regulations
- All users must be residents or landowners of Oliver Paipoonge.
- Residents must have a landfill access card issued by the Municipal Office.
- Prohibited items include liquid wastes (waste oils, flammables, paints, sewage). Please click here for a full listing of prohibited waste materials.
- Burning of waste prohibited.
- No smoking.
- No scavenging is allowed at the landfill sites.
- Obey posted speed limits.
- Residents must deposit waste and recyclables in designated areas:
- Household garbage
- Scrap metal and white metal
- LOCAL building material, construction and demolition debris
- Brush and old lumber for burn pile
- Used tires
- Waste electronics and electrical equipment
- Car batteries
- Fridges, freezers, and air conditioners must be tagged by a certified technician showing that the freon has been removed.
Landfill sites don't last forever...
The amount going into the pit can be reduced by recycling much of your garbage.
If the pit continues to be filled at the current rate, both landfill sites will likely be closed within the next 20 years. Opening and closing costs are very expensive and the municipality will have to pay those costs by raising taxes.
Items that are recycled don't fill up the landfill!
Recycled items are trucked out of the landfill site for processing elsewhere.
What Can Be Done?
Reduce the amount of garbage you produce in your home or business...
Recycle what you create!
The Municipality of Oliver Paipoonge has a recycling program. For an easy to use guide of our recycling depots and allowable materials please click here.
Click here to view our information brochure, including map showing landfill site locations.