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- Garbage & Recycling
Garbage & Recycling
The CSRD operates, monitors and maintains landfills & transfer stations where residents can dispose of garbage and divert certain materials from landfill.
We also develop and support information resources, waste reduction initiatives and strategic planning to support our goal of reducing the amount of waste that is deposited in our landfills. We also operate recycling depots to give residents options to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Locations & Hours of Operation
All solid waste originating within the boundaries of the CSRD can be brought to your nearest local facility.
Each facility has its own webpage which outlines the location, hours or operation, fees and any special services. Landfill sites can be found in the CSRD municipalities of:
Transfer Stations are located in:
All CSRD Landfills and Transfer Stations have on-site Recycling Depots, but there are other options as well. Check out all the recycling depots in the region.
Please note that all locations will be closed on BC Statutory Holidays unless stated otherwise. Easter Sunday, Easter Monday and Boxing Day are not statutory holidays in BC.
Garbage Disposal Fees
View the detailed breakdown of Garbage Disposal Fees for scaled landfill sites, scaled transfer stations and unscaled transfer stations or use the price lists below. These lists are helpful in determining what items are accepted at the landfill, as well as how much you will pay to dispose of them.
|Disposal Sites||Payment methods||Price Lists|
|Scaled Landfills||Golden, Sicamous, Revelstoke and Salmon Arm|
Payment Methods accepted: Cash, Debit or Credit Card
|Scaled Landfills Price List|
|Scaled Transfer Stations||Skimikin, Scotch Creek|
Payment Methods Accepted: Cash, Debit or Credit Card
|Scaled Transfer Stations Price List|
|Unscaled Transfer Stations||Falkland, Glenemma, Malakwa, Parson, Seymour Arm, Trout Lake|
Payment Methods Accepted: Cash
|Unscaled Transfer Stations Price List|
All CSRD landfills and transfer stations also operate on-site recycling collection depots. There are some additional recycling depots in operation within the CSRD that do not accept garbage. More information is available at our Reduce, Reuse, Recycle section.
The CSRD does not operate curbside garbage or recycling collection programs. Contact your local municipality or a garbage/recycling collection business in your area for information on their programs.
To report illegal dumping contact the Report a Poacher and Polluter (RAPP) line by phone at 1877-952-RAPP (7277) or use this online form.
View Solid Waste Reports.