Waste Transfer Station

Solid waste transfer station operations represent an efficient, environmentally friendly methodology to receive, process, compact and transfer solid waste to larger vehicles for transport to third party landfills. Our facilities are designed for quick access and outfitted with the latest equipment and technologies to consolidate waste or recyclables for final removal.  

We accept the following types of waste at our facilities

Construction / demolition waste:

Waste materials generated by construction activities such as:

  • Dimensional lumber, siding, roofing
  • Demolition debris that results from removing a building from a work site
  • Bricks, concrete, cinder blocks and asphalt

Household / Municipal waste

  • Household refuse in bags or loose in containers
  • Electronic equipment (including computers)
  • Scrap metal and metal appliances
  • Solid waste
  • Discarded household furniture

Commercial and industrial waste

Waste materials from commercial and industrial operations such as:

  • Waste from any buildings occupied by a factory or industry
  • Materials discarded from commercial garages and institutional facilities
  • Unwanted material produced or eliminated from industrial operations

Prohibited Waste

Items that cannot be accepted at the transfer station are:

  • Chemicals or hazardous materials
  • Fuels, liquids, lubricants
  • Pesticides
  • Solvents, sewage sludge
  • Tires

Multi-material recycling

  • Metal Food Containers (please rinse cans, remove labels, place lid inside cans & flatten)
  • Mixed Papers – Newspapers, catalogues, magazines, glossy flyers, office paper, phone books, envelopes
  • Cardboard material including boxes and packaging
  • Plastic bottles and jugs

Scrap metal recycling

  • Appliances and parts such as stoves, hot water tanks, dishwashers, washers, dryers
  • Metal roofing and siding
  • Household scrap including lawn mowers, bike frames

Prohibited items

  • Refrigeration type appliances
  • Mercury switches

(Please check with attendants if unsure of items to be recycled)