Peterborough County provides waste reduction services to all residents.

Choose your township in the Searchable Waste Portal to find information regarding recycling and garbage collection all in one place. As well, as find out the best place for every item, you may need to dispose of.

Specific program information are in listings below the Searchable Waste Portal.

 Click here for a printable Blue Box Sort Guide

 

Blue Box Recycling
 Remember the Big Three when recycling:
  1. Have your blue boxes to the road by 7am.
  2. Sort your materials into 2 boxes, Containers and Papers.
    • Use as many boxes as needed, as long as Containers, and Papers are in separate boxes.
  3. Keep recycling loose in Blue Boxes.
    • Bagged recycling will not be collected.
What goes in the box?

Please:

  • Empty and rinse all containers
  • Flatten all boxes
  • Please place all plastic bags in one and tie closed
  • Materials must be kept loose in Blue Boxes, bagged material will not be taken (see exceptions in Papers & Plastic Bags Section).

This helps keep the recycling clean, saves space and makes sorting easier.

Click here for a printable Blue Box Sort Guide

Containers Are:
Plastic Containers
  • All plastic food and drink containers
  • Bakery trays, party trays, plastic egg cartons
  • Windshield wash fluid bottles, detergent bottles, toiletry bottles and jars
  • Flower pots (less than 12") and trays
    • Including black plastic food and drink containers
Metal Containers
  • Aluminum/steel cans
  • Aluminum foil, trays, burner liners, pie plates
  • Aerosol cans (empty; lids on)
  • Paint cans (empty; lids off)
Glass Containers
  • Clear and coloured food and drink bottles and jars
Cartons and Cups
  • Juice and milk cartons
  • Drinking and broth boxes
  • Coffee cups (no lids)
  • Take-out cold drink cups
    • Single use disposable plastic cups are garbage (e.g. red solo cups)

Please no styrofoam.

Search for specific items in the Searchable Waste Portal below.

Papers and Plastic Bags Are:
Plastic Bags

Stuff all bags inside one and tie

  • Bread, bulk, produce & milk bags (rinsed)
  • Frozen fruit/vegetable bags (no zippered pouches)
  • Shopping bags
  • Dry cleaning bags
  • Newspaper, magazine bags (remove papers from bags; recycle separately)
  • Garden soil, manure, water softener and road salt bags
  • Over-wrap from toilet paper, napkins, paper towels, water/soft drink cases, diapers
Paper
  • Mail, office paper, envelopes (including window)
  • Newspapers, flyers, magazines, catalogues (remove over-wrap)
  • Paper bags
  • Shredded paper (in a clear plastic bag tied shut)
Boxes
  • Boxes - please flatten all boxes
  • Rolls (paper towel, toilet & wrapping paper)
  • Bundled cardboard must not exceed 30”x30”x8” and can sit beside Blue Box if needed

No chips bags, wrappers or liners from cereal/cracker boxes.

Search for specific items in the searchable waste portal below.

Curbside Blue Box Recycling Information

Please sort recycling into Containers and Paper/Plastic Bags and have your boxes to the road by 7:00am on your collection day. 

Recycling is collected weekly in Asphodel-Norwood, Cavan Monaghan, Douro-Dummer, North Kawartha, Otonabee-South Monaghan and Selwyn Townships as well as the village of Havelock.

The Municipality of Trent Lakes and the Belmont and Methuen wards of Havelock-Belmont-Methuen please see the depot drop off program.

Windy Day Recycling Tips

Help us reduce blowing litter on windy days:

  1. Stack Blue Boxes to keep lighter materials in.
  2. Only fill Blue Boxes 3/4 full.
  3. Set your recycling out the morning of your collection rather than the night before.
  4. Consider waiting until next week to recycle, when it is extremely windy.
Holiday Blue Box Collections

Collection will occur on all Statutory and Public Holidays with the exception of Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Collection on Christmas Day will be cancelled each year (i.e. will not occur at all) and collection on New Year’s Day will shift by one day, making all collections for the remainder of the week occur one day later, such that Friday’s collection occurs on Saturday.

Holiday Blue Box Collections

Collection will occur on all Statutory and Public Holidays with the exception of Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Collection on Christmas Day will be cancelled each year (i.e. will not occur at all) and collection on New Year’s Day will shift by one day, making all collections for the remainder of the week occur one day later, such that Friday’s collection occurs on Saturday.

Drop-Off Blue Box Information

Blue Box recycling is available at all Transfer Stations in Peterborough County at no charge.

Recycling needs to be placed loose (no bagged materials) in to the containers or papers bin.

Please contact your local Township for hours of operation.

How to get a Blue Box
Blue Boxes ($6) and Blue in the Loo (small recycling containers for the bathroom, $3) are available at the County's Infrastructure Services Department office at 310 Armour Road
New Contract Information
For more information on our new Recycling Collection and Sorting Contract please visit our Contract Information Page.
Compost and Organics

Between 30 and 50% of most garbage bags is organic material.  Reduce your waste by backyard composting or participating in one of our organics programs.

Backyard Composting

The County sells a variety of composters as well as offering Garbage to Garden, an at home composter installation program. 

Where to get a composter?

The County sells a traditional aerobic composter ($30) and an anaerobic digester ($55).  Both of these options are available at our Infrastructure Services Department Office at 310 Armour Road.  They may also be available at your local Township office, please contact them directly to ensure they have stock. 

Composting in your back yard is the easiest and most cost effective way to reduce waste from our homes.

We encourage grasscycling and mulching as an excellent way to reduce backyard waste and improve lawn health.

  • Grasscycling is allowing the grass clippings to stay on the lawn to compost
    • Cut no more than 1/3 the length of the grass
    • Cut only when the grass is dry to the touch
    • A mulching mower is not needed
Garbage to Garden Program 2021 Now Open

Peterborough County's Garbage to Garden program is now open and taking installation appointments. Please complete the form and someone from our office will call to arrange your appointment time and payment for your digester or composter prior to your appointment date.

Once your appointment and payment have been processed you will receive a call on the morning of your installation to complete a COVID-19 screening. Should you fail the screening, your appointment will be cancelled and your will be given the opportunity to rebook at a later time. 

Please note, installations can be cancelled and/or rescheduled at anytime in accordance with recommendations issued by the Province of Ontario and/or Peterborough Public Health (PPH).

 

Composter    Digester    

Organics Programs

Organic drop-offs are available in the Aspley (Anstruther Transfer Station), Buckhorn (Buckhorn Transfer Station), Havelock (6th line Transfer Station) and Warsaw (Hall's Glen Transfer Station) areas. Materials are accepted free of charge and are open to all Peterborough County residents.

A curbside green bin program is available to residents of Bridgenorth (see map)

Absolutely no plastic, including biodegradable or compostable bags, can go in our organics programs.

What goes in the organics program?
 

Only food items can be composted in our organics system

  • Baked goods
  • Coffee grounds and filters
  • Cooked food
  • Dairy products
  • Eggs and shells
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Leftover food
  • Meat, fish and bones
  • Tea bags

Please use paper bags or newspaper to wrap you organics, or better yet, leave them loose and place your unwanted food items directly in the Moloks or your green bin.

Not compostable in our program

No biodegradable, compostable or plastic bags

  • Paper towel, tissue, napkins
  • Kitty litter
  • Dog feces
  • Food still in its container/wrapping
  • Sanitary products, diapers
  • "Compostable" plastic products
  • Paper coffee cups

Any of the above products may result in our organics loads being rejected from the composting facility.  This could result in fines, and require the load to be sent to the landfill.  Please help us ensure this program can continue.

Organics Tips

Odour Control

  • You may use store bought paper liners, or simply use newspaper
  • Freezing meat and bones (or other stinky items) until collection day will help reduce smells

Bug Patrol

  • Keep fruit flies at bay by keeping lids tightly shut, emptying often, and rinsing frequently with vinegar
Electronic Recycling
Electronic recycling is available at drop off depots across Peterborough County.  Residents may use the depot more appropriate to them.  There is no charge to recycle electronics.
 Accepted Electronics

Our electronics recycling program accepts all electronic and electrical items from floor model televisions to cell phones to coffee makers.

We cannot accept:
  • Air conditioners
  • Dehumidifiers

  • Fridges/freezers

  • Water coolers

  • Gas powered devices
Search for specific items in the Searchable Waste Portal below.
 Electronics Recycling Locations

County residents may use any drop off location unless otherwise indicated.

Events - 2021 Environment Days Cancelled - Hazardous Waste Dates Added

Environment Days for 2021 have been cancelled 

 2021 Hazardous Waste Dates - One Day Events

Cavendish Community Centre - 18 Community Complex Dr. County Road 507, Trent Lakes

  • July 10, 2021: 9:00am -1:00pm

Norwood Public Works Yard - 4440 Hwy 7, Norwood

  • September 18, 2021: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Garbage

Your local Township coordinates garbage collection and manages the transfer stations.  Please contact your Township with questions.

Peterborough County/City Waste Management Facility (Bensfort Road Landfill) - Open with restrictions

Peterborough County's curbside and transfer station garbage is landfilled here.   All residents are also able to utilize the services available. Please visit the landfill website for details on accepted items, tipping fees, and hours of operation.

Household Hazardous Waste

Household Hazardous Waste can injure waste collectors and contain toxins that are harmful to human and environmental health. Please bring these materials to a household hazardous waste depot for careful handling.

2021 One Day Events

Cavendish Community Centre - 18 Community Complex Dr, County Road 507, Trent Lakes

  • July 10, 2021: 9:00am -1:00pm

Norwood Public Works Yard - 4440 Hwy 7, Norwood

  • September 18, 2021: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Accepted Hazardous Waste

Please store all materials in their original container and store in a cool dry place until you can bring them to us. We can only accept household material in containers up to 20L/5gal.

Household Hazardous Waste includes:
  • Aerosols
  • Antifreeze
  • Automotive fluids
  • Batteries (all kinds)
  • Cleaners (all kinds)
  • Cosmetics/make-up
  • Fertilizers
  • Fluorescent light bulbs/tubes
  • Gasoline
  • Glues
  • Herbicides
  • Ink cartridges
  • Mercury containing devices
  • Motor oil
  • Paint
  • Pesticides
  • Pet care products
  • Pool chemical
  • Propane cylinders (100lb/50kg max)
  • Sealants and stains
Unaccepted items include:
  • Explosive (including firecrackers and ammunition)
  • Bio-medical waste
  • Commercial hazardous waste (e.g. mechanics)
  • Pharmaceuticals (see "Needles and Medications" below)
  • Needles (see "Needles and Medications" below)

Search for specific items in the Searchable Waste Portal below.

Please store all materials in their original containers and store in a cool dry place until you can bring them to us. We can only accept household material in containers up to 20L/5gal.

 

Household Hazardous Waste includes:

  • Aerosols
  • Antifreeze
  • Automotive fluids
  • Batteries (all kinds)
  • Cleaners (all kinds)
  • Cosmetics/make-up
  • Fertilizers
  • Fluorescent light bulbs/tubes
  • Gasoline
  • Glues
  • Herbicides
  • Ink cartridges
  • Mercury containing devices
  • Motor Oil
  • Paint
  • Pesticides
  • Pet care products
  • Pool chemicals
  • Propane Cylinders (100lbs/50kg max)
  •  Sealants and stains

 

Unaccepted items include:

  • Explosives (including firecrackers and ammunition)
  • Bio-medical waste
  • Commercial hazardous waste
  • Pharmaceuticals (see Needles and Medications)
  • Needles (See Needles and Medications)

 

Search for specific items in the Searchable Waste Portal above.

Please store all materials in their original containers and store in a cool dry place until you can bring them to us. We can only accept household material in containers up to 20L/5gal.

Household Hazardous Waste includes:

  • Aerosols
  • Antifreeze
  • Automotive fluids
  • Batteries (all kinds)
  • Cleaners (all kinds)
  • Cosmetics/make-up
  • Fertilizers
  • Fluorescent light bulbs/tubes
  • Gasoline
  • Glues
  • Herbicides
  • Ink cartridges
  • Mercury containing devices
  • Motor Oil
  • Paint
  • Pesticides
  • Pet care products
  • Pool chemicals
  • Propane Cylinders (100lbs/50kg max)
  •  Sealants and stains

Unaccepted items include:

  • Explosives (including firecrackers and ammunition)
  • Bio-medical waste
  • Commercial hazardous waste
  • Pharmaceuticals (see Needles and Medications)
  • Needles (See Needles and Medications)

Search for specific items in the Searchable Waste Portal above.

Please store all materials in their original containers and store in a cool dry place until you can bring them to us. We can only accept household material in containers up to 20L/5gal.

 

Household Hazardous Waste includes:

  • Aerosols
  • Antifreeze
  • Automotive fluids
  • Batteries (all kinds)
  • Cleaners (all kinds)
  • Cosmetics/make-up
  • Fertilizers
  • Fluorescent light bulbs/tubes
  • Gasoline
  • Glues
  • Herbicides
  • Ink cartridges
  • Mercury containing devices
  • Motor Oil
  • Paint
  • Pesticides
  • Pet care products
  • Pool chemicals
  • Propane Cylinders (100lbs/50kg max)
  •  Sealants and stains

 

Unaccepted items include:

  • Explosives (including firecrackers and ammunition)
  • Bio-medical waste
  • Commercial hazardous waste
  • Pharmaceuticals (see Needles and Medications)
  • Needles (See Needles and Medications)

 

Search for specific items in the Searchable Waste Portal above.

Please store all materials in their original containers and store in a cool dry place until you can bring them to us. We can only accept household material in containers up to 20L/5gal.

 

Household Hazardous Waste includes:

  • Aerosols
  • Antifreeze
  • Automotive fluids
  • Batteries (all kinds)
  • Cleaners (all kinds)
  • Cosmetics/make-up
  • Fertilizers
  • Fluorescent light bulbs/tubes
  • Gasoline
  • Glues
  • Herbicides
  • Ink cartridges
  • Mercury containing devices
  • Motor Oil
  • Paint
  • Pesticides
  • Pet care products
  • Pool chemicals
  • Propane Cylinders (100lbs/50kg max)
  •  Sealants and stains

 

Unaccepted items include:

  • Explosives (including firecrackers and ammunition)
  • Bio-medical waste
  • Commercial hazardous waste
  • Pharmaceuticals (see Needles and Medications)
  • Needles (See Needles and Medications)

 

Search for specific items in the Searchable Waste Portal above.

Hazardous Waste Depot Hours and Locations 
All County residents may bring their materials to any of these depots unless otherwise indicated.  Depots open in June and operate until Thanksgiving.  The Pido Road Depot in Peterborough is open year round.
Apsley Area 
Anstruther Transfer Station, 400 Anstruther Lake Road, Apsley
June to Labour Day
  • Sunday: 12pm - 8pm
  • Wednesday: 10am - 1pm

Safety Requirements:

  1. If you feel sick, stay home.
  2. Residents are required empty their vehicles and place the material on the tables. 
  3. Be patient, stay in your car and follow direction from onsite staff.
  4. Limit of 1 emptiable (motor oil or gas) container per visit. 
Buckhorn Area  
Buckhorn Transfer Station, 3166 County Road 36, Buckhorn
June to Labour Day
  • Sunday: 12pm - 4:30pm
  • Wednesday: 8am - 4:30pm

Safety Requirements:

  1. If you feel sick, stay home.
  2. Residents are required empty their vehicles and place the material on the tables. 
  3. Be patient, stay in your car and follow direction from onsite staff.
  4. Limit of 1 emptiable (motor oil or gas) container per visit. 
Havelock Area  
6th Line Transfer Station, 900 6th Line Belmont, Havelock
June to Labour Day
  • Friday: 9am - 5pm
  • Saturday: 9am - 5pm

Safety Requirements:

  1. If you feel sick, stay home.
  2. Residents are required empty their vehicles and place the material on the tables. 
  3. Be patient, stay in your car and follow direction from onsite staff.
  4. Limit of 1 emptiable (motor oil or gas) container per visit. 
Keene Area - Open to OSM residents only
Drummond Line Transfer Station, 1594 Drummond Line, Keene
Year Round
  • Monday: 1pm - 6pm
  • Wednesday: 9am - 6pm
  • Friday: 1pm - 6pm
  • Saturday: 9am - 3pm

Safety Requirements:

  1. If you feel sick, stay home.
  2. Residents are required empty their vehicles and place the material on the tables. 
  3. Be patient, stay in your car and follow direction from onsite staff.
  4. Limit of 1 emptiable (motor oil or gas) container per visit. 
Lakefield and Bridgenorth Area  
Smith Landfill, 1480 County Road 18, Selwyn

Open June 1 to Labour Day

  • Tuesday: 9am - 5pm
  • Saturday: 9am - 3pm 

Safety Requirements:

  1. If you feel sick, stay home.
  2. Residents are required empty their vehicles and place the material on the tables. 
  3. Be patient, stay in your car and follow direction from onsite staff.
  4. Limit of 1 emptiable (motor oil or gas) container per visit. 
Peterborough Area
Pido Road Depot, 400 Pido Road, Peterborough
May 1 to September 30
  • Wednesday and Thursday: 8am - 6pm
  • Friday and Saturday: 8am - 2pm
October 1 to April 30
  • Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 8am -4pm
Warsaw Area 
Hall's Glen Transfer Station, 1951 Douro-Dummer
2021 Events
  • May 29: Cancelled

Stay tuned for additional dates

Battery Recycling

Batteries do not belong in the garbage.

Batteries may be recycled year round at community drop off locations (see locations below) or at our Household Hazardous Waste depots (see above for times and locations).

Apsley Area

Transfer Station - Anstruther: 400 Anstruther Lake Road

Transfer Station - Haultain: 6879 Hey 28, Haultain

Home Hardware: 18 Tucker St, Apsley

Library - Apsley Branch: 175 Burleigh St

Library - Woodview Branch: 66 Northey's Bay Road

Bridgenorth Area

Community Centre - Ennismore: 553 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Fire Department - Bridgenorth: 833 Ward Street, Bridgenorth

Landfill: 1480 8th Line, Selwyn

Library - Ennismore: 551 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Library - Bridgenorth: 836 Charles Street, Bridgenorth

Selwyn Township Office: 1310 Centre Line, Selwyn

School - Chemong Public: 1029 Gore Street, Bridgenorth

School - St Martin: 531 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Havelock Area
Township of Havelock-Belmont-Methuen Office: 1 Ottawa St, Havelock
Keene Area

Municipal Office: 20 Third Street, Keene

Transfer Station - Drummond Line: 1570 Drummond Line

Lakefield Area

Fire Department - Lakefield: 42 Concession Street, Lakefield

Kawartha Chamber of Commerce: 12 Queen Street, Lakefield

Kawartha Hardware Limited: 24 Queen St, Lakefield

Library - Lakefield: 8 Queen Street, Lakefield

Landfill: 1480 8th Line, Selwyn

Peterborough Housing Corporation: 40 Rabbit Street, Lakefield

School - Lakefield Public School: 71 Bridge Street, Lakefield

School - St Paul School: 2 Grant Avenue, Lakefield

Service Ontario: 133 Water Street, Lakefield

Selwyn Township Office: 1310 Centre Line, Selwyn

Millbrook Area
Home Hardware - Millbrook: 13 King Street East, Millbrook
Norwood Area

Township of Asphodel-Norwood Municipal Office: 2357 County Road 45, Norwood

Asphodel-Norwood Community Centre: 88 Alma Street, Norwood

Transfer Station - Norwood: 187 County Road 40, Norwood

Peterborough Area

Municipal Office -  County Court House: 470 Water St, Peterborough

Municipal Office - Infrastructure Services Department: 310 Armour Road, Peterborough

Home Hardware - Chemong: 1699 Chemong Road, Peterborough

Trent Lakes

Home Hardware - Buckhorn: 3350 Buckhorn Road, Buckhorn

Transfer Station - Bobcaygeon: 42 County Road 36

Transfer Station - Buckhorn: 3166 County Road 36

Transfer Station - Cavandish: 3405 County Road 507

Transfer Station - Crystal Lake: 1018 Crystal Lake Road

Warsaw Area

Township of Douro-Dummer Municipal Office: 894 South Street, Warsaw

Douro-Dummer Public Library: 435 4th Line Douro

Transfer Station - Hall's Glen: 1951 County Road 6

Needles and Medications

We do not accept sharps (needles, syringes, and lancets) or medications (prescription, over-the-counter, vitamins, and supplements) at our Household Hazardous Waste depots.

Please bring all these items to a pharmacy for free safe disposal. For more information on this program, please visit the Heath Products Stewardship Association website.

Leaf and Yard

Curbside Leaf and Yard collection is available in 14 communities around the County.  Drop off programs are availalbe for locations with curbside pick-up.

Please use physical distancing and do not approach the drivers. 

 Curbside Leaf and Yard Collection
  1. Collect: leaves, plants, brush and tree clippings in paper bags or reusable containers.
  2. Bundle branches no larger than 1m x 30cm (3'x1').
  3. Place at the roadside before 7am on the Monday of your collection week. 

Collection may occur any day from Monday to Friday, not necessarily on garbage or recycling day.

 There are no limits and no tags required for leaf and yard materials.

  1. Collect: leaves, plants, brush and tree clippings in paper bags or reusable containers.
  2. Bundle branches no larger than 1m x 30cm (3'x1').
  3. Place at the roadside before 7am on the Monday of your collection week. 

Collection may occur any day from Monday to Friday, not necessarily on garbage or recycling day.

 There are no limits and no tags required for leaf and yard materials.

  1. Collect: leaves, plants, brush and tree clippings in paper bags or reusable containers.
  2. Bundle branches no larger than 1m x 30cm (3'x1').
  3. Place at the roadside before 7am on the Monday of your collection week. 

Collection may occur any day from Monday to Friday, not necessarily on garbage or recycling day.

 There are no limits and no tags required for leaf and yard materials.

  1. Collect leaves, plants, brush and tree clippings in paper bags or reusable garbage containers with the lids off
  2. Bundle branches no larger than 1m x 30cm (3'x1')
  3. Place at the roadside before 7am on the Monday of your collection week.

Collection may occur any day from Monday to Friday, not necessarily on garbage or recycling day.

There are no limits and no tags required for leaf and yard materials.

Collection Schedule - Spring 2021

Week A:

  • Arnott & Gifford Drives
  • Bridgenorth
  • Emerald Isle
  • Ennismore (settlement)
  • Havelock
  • Norwood
  • Terraview Heights
  • Woodland Acres
  • Youngstown
Collection may occur any day the weeks of:
  • May 3
  • May 17
  • May 31
  • June 14

Week B:

  • Donwood
  • Keene
  • Lakefield
  • Lang
  • Millbrook
  • North Monaghan
 Collection may occur any day the weeks of:
  • May 10
  • May 24
  • June 7
  • June 21
Maps

Maps of the collection areas: 

Ennismore Areas:  

* Please note: there is no collection of Leaf and Yard on private roads.

  1. Collect: leaves, plants, brush and tree clippings in paper bags or reusable containers.
  2. Bundle branches no larger than 1m x 30cm (3'x1').
  3. Place at the roadside before 7am on the Monday of your collection week. 

Collection may occur any day from Monday to Friday, not necessarily on garbage or recycling day.

 There are no limits and no tags required for leaf and yard materials.

  1. Collect: leaves, plants, brush and tree clippings in paper bags or reusable containers.
  2. Bundle branches no larger than 1m x 30cm (3'x1').
  3. Place at the roadside before 7am on the Monday of your collection week. 

Collection may occur any day from Monday to Friday, not necessarily on garbage or recycling day.

 There are no limits and no tags required for leaf and yard materials.

  1. Collect: leaves, plants, brush and tree clippings in paper bags or reusable containers.
  2. Bundle branches no larger than 1m x 30cm (3'x1').
  3. Place at the roadside before 7am on the Monday of your collection week. 

Collection may occur any day from Monday to Friday, not necessarily on garbage or recycling day.

 There are no limits and no tags required for leaf and yard materials.

  1. Collect: leaves, plants, brush and tree clippings in paper bags or reusable containers.
  2. Bundle branches no larger than 1m x 30cm (3'x1').
  3. Place at the roadside before 7am on the Monday of your collection week. 

Collection may occur any day from Monday to Friday, not necessarily on garbage or recycling day.

 There are no limits and no tags required for leaf and yard materials.

 Drop off Leaf and Yard Program

Contact your local Township for information on Leaf and Yard Drop-Off programs in your area.

Reuse

Most locations are asking that donations be held for the time being as they do not have the staff to handle the influx of materials.  Please if you are decluttering while at home, hold your donations until they are asked for again. 

 

Donating unwanted or no longer needed items is encouraged. Donate used clothing and household items to charitable organizations or pass them along to friends. Purchasing second hand helps keep previously enjoyed items out of the landfill.

Waste Management Master Plan

The Waste Management Master Plan provides direction in managing all waste until 2030. The current plan, completed in 2013, will be updated soon.


To be notified of further updates please email: waste@ptbocounty.ca and ask to be added to the notification list.


Waste Management Master Plan - Executive Summary

Waste Management Master Plan - Full