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default map pin icon 5120 - 52nd Street, Drayton Valley, AB T7A 1A1, CA
Expanded listing for: Town of Drayton Valley
Hours of Operation

M-F 8:30am-4:00pm

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Description: See notes re curbside garbage and recycling as well as drop-off options CURBSIDE RECYCLING DETAILS: Co-mingled curbside program (blue bag) Items accepted: * Tin and Aluminum Cans: do not have to be flattened and the labels can stay on. * Glass: clear or coloured glass food containers are acceptable. * Newspapers: clean dry and uncontaminated. * Mixed Paper: All mixed paper except shredded paper can go in blue bags. Shredded paper should be in a separate blue bag and taken to the depot. It is not acceptable with other materials or door-to-door pick up. * Envelopes flyers boxboard and magazines * Corrugated Cardboard: must be flattened clean dry and uncontaminated. Boxboard pop cases pizza and cereal boxes are acceptable. * Clean Plastic Grocery Bags are acceptable. Place bags inside the blue bag. * Rigid Plastic: Only #1 and 2 clean plastic containers are acceptable. * Plastic Milk Jugs: Clear white plastic jugs must be well rinsed. Please remove lids and flatten as much as possible. Lids and caps or any other types of plastic leftover milk containers are not acceptable. * Milk Cartons: well rinsed and flattened as much as possible. Leftover milk is not acceptable. NOT accepted: * Wet or dirty paper products * Coloured glass mixed with clear tableware cookware and light bulbs lids or attachments dirty containers and ceramic materials are not acceptable * Styrofoam * Heavily taped or stapled packing material * Wet dirty or oily cardboard For more information please contact the Aspen Client Services Client Services Department at 780-542-5919. See website for collection schedule. RECYCLING DROP-OFF LOCATIONS: All household recyclable are accepted 24 hours at two locations: 1) beside Turbo Gas Station 2) beside Caesar's Inn

default map pin icon 6111 48th Street, Barrhead, AB T7N 1N3, CA
Expanded listing for: Wutzke Garbage & Recycle Services
Description: Curbside pick-up and drop-off of residential recyclables: Materials picked up from curbside: - Cardboard, boxboard, mixed paper, and newspaper - tin cans - plastic #2 (milk jugs), any refundable #2 plastic, and juice boxes - glass containers (clear only) * Please rinse plastic containers, glass bottles, and tin cans, and bag together in a medium garbage bag. Paper must be kept separate. Flatten and bundle boxes. Please leave recycling items next to your garbage and clearly mark them as RECYCLE or have them in a BLUE BAG. RECYCLING DEPOT 6111 - 48th Street (780) 674-5131 Hours: Tu, Th & Sa 8:00am-12:00pm, 1:00pm-5:00pm Items accepted at the depot, in addition to those collected at curbside: - plastic oil jugs/filters; - electronics (TVs, computers, and computer peripherals: mice, keyboards, printers, fax machines, and computer speakers)

default map pin icon Athabasca, AB, CA
Expanded listing for: Athabasca County Transfer Stations
Hours of Operation

Vary by location, please see website

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Description: Is a registered Class II and III landfill that can accept most types of solid waste with the exception of Hazardous, Industrial or Oilfield Waste. The Landfill is approved to accept large municipal, commercial, construction, renovation, and demolition waste. Please visit the county website for hours and details on the waste and recycling sites in Athabasca County Perryvale Transfer Site Colinton Transfer Site Whispering Hills Transfer Site Athabasca Transfer Site Grassland Transfer Site Wandering River Transfer Site Smith Transfer Site Flatbush Transfer Site Free drop-off of recyclables: - Plastic Bottles, Tubs, Pails, Shopping Bags & Sheet Plastic - Tin Cans - scrap metal and appliances - Clear Glass Bottles & Jars - Cardboard and Boxboard - Newspaper, Magazines, Phone Books, Office Paper - Tires - TVs, Computers & Printers, Microwaves, Inkjet & Toner Cartridges - Left Over Paint, - Lead Acid Batteries, Rechargeable Batteries - Agricultural Pesticide Containers - Oil Filters, Oil Jugs & Pails. All sites will accept household waste as well as · Non-toxic burnable material (with the exception of the Athabasca Transfer site) · Scrap metal · White goods (appliances, intact refrigerators and freezers) · Tires · Agricultural Pesticide Containers (please deliver large quantities directly to the Colinton Transfer site) · Recyclable Materials such as Milk Containers, All Plastic Jugs, All Plastic Tubs and Pails, Plastic Bags, Tin Cans, Clear Glass, Cardboard, Newspaper, Office Paper, Fluorescent Light Tubes, TV's and Computers, Oil Jugs and Pails, Ni-cd Rechargeable Batteries, Ink Jet and Toner Cartridges, Lead Acid Batteries and more. · Paint – unused paint may be delivered only to the Athabasca Transfer Site or the Boyle Landfill from April 1st to October 31st. · Used Oil - may be delivered only to the Athabasca Transfer Site or the Boyle Landfill year round. Items prohibited at all sites are: · Industrial Solids or Ash · Biomedical Waste · Liquids or sludge of any type · Radioactive Waste · Explosives · Dangerous Oilfield Waste · Dead Animals · Automobile Bodies or Heavy Equipment