Summer Villages Recycling

Summer Village of Gull Lake
The following materials are collected:

  • Cardboard, newspapers, magazines and other similar paper products
  • HDPE # 2 plastics such as juice and bleach containers, or milk/water jugs

Find more information about the Summer Village of Gull Lake's recycling program here:

http://www.summervillageofgulllake.com/

 

Summer Villages of Sylvan Lake

Jarvis Bay and Norglenwold currently have a collection program through Waste Management.

Find more information about the Summer Villages of Sylvan Lake's recycling program here:

 http://www.sylvansummervillages.ca/

 

Recycling Steps:

  1. Rinse and remove caps, labels and lids from all glass items.
  2. Rinse and remove labels from all cans.
  3. Remove labels and loose lids from tin cans and dispose separately.
  4. Rinse, remove labels and caps and crush Code "2" plastic containers.
  5. All cardboard should be flatted, with metal staples / tape / waxed paper / plastic packing slip removed.

What can't you recycle?

  • Aerosol containers
  • Motor oil containers
  • Foil containers
  • Ceramics
  • Hazardous waste
  • Styrofoam, including egg containers
  • Containers with food products inside 

 

Mirror Recycling

Alix Mirror Transfer Station

Two recycling containers are provided at the transfer station located 1/2 mile south of Hwy 50 on Alix North Road. The following materials are collected:
  • Cardboard, newspapers, magazines and other similar paper products
  • Assorted plastic soft drink containers
  • #2 HDPE Natural & coloured plastic bottles, plastic containers, plastic pails
  • #3-7 Injection plastics (tetra packs & shrink wrap)
  • Tin/Metal/Aluminum/Steel

Containers must be rinsed. Non-acceptable recycling are Styrofoam, wires and cables, glass and contaminated fibre.

Recycling Steps:

  1. Rinse and remove caps, labels and lids from all glass items.
  2. Rinse and remove labels from all cans.
  3. Remove labels and loose lids from tin cans and dispose separately.
  4. Rinse, remove labels and caps and crush Code "2" plastic containers.
  5. All cardboard should be flatted, with metal staples / tape / waxed paper / plastic packing slip removed.

What can't you recycle?

  • Aerosol containers
  • Motor oil containers
  • Foil containers
  • Ceramics
  • Hazardous waste
  • Styrofoam, including egg containers
  • Containers with food products inside 

Alix Recycling

Alix Mirror Transfer Station

Two recycling containers are provided at the transfer station located 1/2 mile south of Hwy 50 on Alix North Road. The following materials are collected:
  • Cardboard, newspapers, magazines and other similar paper products
  • Assorted plastic soft drink containers
  • #2 HDPE Natural & coloured plastic bottles, plastic containers, plastic pails
  • #3-7 Injection plastics (tetra packs & shrink wrap)
  • Tin/Metal/Aluminum/Steel

Containers must be rinsed. Non-acceptable recycling are Styrofoam, wires and cables, glass and contaminated fibre.

Recycling Steps:

  1. Rinse and remove caps, labels and lids from all glass items.
  2. Rinse and remove labels from all cans.
  3. Remove labels and loose lids from tin cans and dispose separately.
  4. Rinse, remove labels and caps and crush Code "2" plastic containers.
  5. All cardboard should be flatted, with metal staples / tape / waxed paper / plastic packing slip removed.

What can't you recycle?

  • Aerosol containers
  • Motor oil containers
  • Foil containers
  • Ceramics
  • Hazardous waste
  • Styrofoam, including egg containers
  • Containers with food products inside 

Eckville Recycling

Town of Eckville
The Town has begun a weekly residential blue box recycle program, and the two recycle bins have been moved to the Eckville Transfer Station. The following materials are collected:

  • Corrugated cardboard and box board, including cardboard boxes, cereal and food boxes (remove and discard liner), milk cartons (rinse and flatten), shoe boxes and brown paper bags and juice boxes.
  • Newspaper
  • HDPE # 2 plastics such as juice and bleach containers, or milk/water jugs
  • Tin cans and aluminium cans and containers
  • Glass bottles

Recycling Steps:

  1. Rinse and remove caps, labels and lids from all glass items.
  2. Rinse and remove labels from all cans.
  3. Remove labels and loose lids from tin cans and dispose separately.
  4. Rinse, remove labels and caps and crush Code "2" plastic containers.
  5. All cardboard should be flatted, with metal staples / tape / waxed paper / plastic packing slip removed.

What can't you recycle?

  • Aerosol containers
  • Motor oil containers
  • Foil containers
  • Ceramics
  • Hazardous waste
  • Styrofoam, including egg containers
  • Containers with food products inside 

Find more information about the Town of Eckville's recycling program here: http://www.eckville.com/

 

Bentley Recycling

Town of Bentley

A recycling trailer is located at the Bentley Transfer Site. The following materials are collected:

  • Cardboard, newspapers, magazines and other similar paper products
  • HDPE # 2 plastics such as juice and bleach containers, or milk/water jugs
  • Milk cartons
  • Tin cans

Recycling Steps:

  1. Rinse and remove caps, labels and lids from all glass items.
  2. Rinse and remove labels from all cans.
  3. Remove labels and loose lids from tin cans and dispose separately.
  4. Rinse, remove labels and caps and crush Code "2" plastic containers.
  5. All cardboard should be flatted, with metal staples / tape / waxed paper / plastic packing slip removed.

What can't you recycle?

  • Aerosol containers
  • Foil containers
  • Ceramics
  • Hazardous waste
  • Styrofoam, including egg containers
  • Containers with food products inside 

Find more information about the Town of Bentley's recycling program here:

http://www.townofbentley.ca/

 

 

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