What the Landfill Accepts
- Household and commercial refuse
- Compost: grass clippings and leaves
- Trees: branches and stumps
- Big Wood subject to additional fees
- Cut into pieces no bigger than 2"
Broken concrete must be:
Free of all debris except rebar
No bigger than 2' x 3'
- Railroad Ties
- Appliances (subject to freon removal fees)
- Used automotive oil (free of contaminants), filters and containers
- Used antifreeze (free of contaminants) and containers
- Dirt (Free)
- All loads of dirt must be approved. Please fill out the Dirt Acceptance Application form and submit to the landfill for approval
- All load sizes equal to or larger than tandem trailers must be approved. Please fill out the Demolition Acceptance Application form and submit to landfill for approval.
- Grain bags and twine
We DO NOT Accept
- Cardboard - This is a recyclable item
(There is a cardboard compactor on 3rd Street West in Fort Qu'Appelle OR use your local recycle bin or depot)
- Paint - Take to Sarcan
- Electronics - Take to Sarcan
- Small Appliances - Take to Sarcan
- Dead animals
- Liquid domestic waste
- Power poles
- Asbestos-contaminated products
306.331.8016 or 306.332.7519
OR click on SARCAN or SWRC below:
Loads must be sorted so they can be deposited into the correct area. Sorting fees may apply if loads are not sorted.
Please sort items into:
- Used oil, anti-freeze, filters and containers.
Loads must have tarps, or otherwise secured to prevent littering. Non-Secured load charges may apply if loads are not secure.
MINIMUM LOAD CHARGE IS $ 10.00
There are two classes of charges: Member and Non-Member
Members are citizens who live within the contributing municipalities that compose the regional waste authority.
Our Contributing Members (in no specific order):
- Town of Fort Qu'Appelle
- R.M. of North Qu'Appelle
- Resort Village of B-Say-Tah
- Resort Village of Fort San
- District of Katepwa
- Village of Lipton
- Village of Lebret
How to Get There
3.5 km north of Fort Qu'Appelle on Highway 35, then 2.0 km east on gravel road. Watch for signs.
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