Waste, Recycling, and Organic Waste Collection and Disposal

Place carts at the roadside by 7:00 a.m. for collection. The lids MUST be fully closed and bins placed at least 4 feet apart. The driver does not get out of the truck as this is a fully automated service. Please remove carts off the road as soon as possible. Stolen Bins will be replaced at a cost to the resident of $100.00/per bin.  Replacement bins will only be issued once payment is received by the Village.

The Village encourages residents to participate in the blue bag recycling program, to reduce amount of unnecessary items filling the landfill. See below for more information on what items can go in the blue bag. Blue bag pick up alternates with waste collection pick up.

Click here to view more information on blue bag collection

All waste must be bagged and placed in securely lidded waste receptacles to prevent animal access. Organic waste should not be bagged. Organics in bags will not be picked up.

2024 Collection Calendar


7 km west on Hwy. 43 from Hwy. 33 Junction

Main Site Phone: (780)967-3466 Fax: (780)967-3710

Operating Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Regional Main Site: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday, CLOSED Sunday

  • No smoking is permitted on site
  • On site speed limits are posted for your safety
  • All vehicles entering and leaving the site must cross the scale
  • All loads must be covered, tarped and tied down


Disposal Fees:

$ 6.00 minimum charge for 1 to 100 Kilograms

$57.50 per tonne ($0.0575 per kg.) 101 Kilograms and up

Out of County – $62.50 per tonne


Refrigerators, Deep Freezes or any Refrigeration Unit: $25.00 per unit

If accompanied by “Freon Removed Certificate” $10.00 per unit

Stoves, Dishwashers, Washers, Dryers, Hot Water Tanks,

Pressure Tanks etc. $10.00 each

*All furniture with springs (couches, mattresses, etc.) $10.00 each

Computers/Televisions No Charge


General Metals & Wire etc. – steel drums are accepted if empty and not $57.50 per tonne

previously used for hazardous waste.

Propane tanks accepted if vented to the atmosphere.


Tires: Car & Truck Tires: (up to 22 inch) No charge

Large Equipment Tires: $120.00 each


Concrete or Tree Stumps (no mixed loads):

Clean Demolition concrete and/or clean stumps of any size $20.00 per tonne


Restricted Wastes: Vehicle Hulks Human Wastes Liquid Wastes

Hospital Wastes Sewage & Septic Wastes Animal Carcasses

Chemical Wastes Paints, Solvents Radio Active Wastes

Hazardous Wastes Animal SRM Creosote Soaked Wood (RR Ties)


Scavenging is strictly prohibited . . . . . . . Children must remain in vehicles

TERMS: Cash, Visa, Mastercard, Interac, Charge Accounts – OAC

*Effective: August 1st, 2010



ü All recyclable materials should be clean & free of food residue

ü Bottles and jars should have lids removed (lids can go in the metal bin)

ü If you save tin cans in plastic bags, put the tins in the metal bin and the bag in the plastic bin

ü For the system to work, source separation is absolutely essential

PAPER: Includes colored paper, white bond, newspaper, magazines and catalogues

CARDBOARD: Box board (e.g. cereal boxes & shoe boxes) and corrugated cardboard boxes

METAL: Tin cans, aerosol cans, metal lids

CLEAR GLASS: Household jars, bottles, window glass


Code 1 – PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) soft drink bottles, detergent and cleaner containers, food trays, that can be heated in the oven

Code 2 – HDPE (high density polyethylene) mild, water & juice jugs and laundry and dish detergent bottles, Oil & antifreeze containers, personal care products, grocery bags

Code 3 – V (Vinyl/polyvinyl chloride) cooking oil, vegetable oil and salad dressing bottles, shrink-wrap and blister packs

Code 4 – LDPE (low density polyethylene), primarily flexible films such as grocery, bread and garbage bags

Code 5 – PP (Polypropylene) cereal box liners, snack wraps and bags

Code 6 – PS (Polystyrene) plastic cutlery, foam plates, trays and egg cartons

Code 7 – Other (products made of multiple or other types of resins) typical products are snack bags, Squeezable bottles, juice boxes


Highway 43 East Waste Commission is made up of 16 member municipalities: Lac Ste. Anne County, Towns of Mayerthorpe and Onoway, Village of Alberta Beach, Summer Villages of Birch Cove, Castle Island, Nakamun Park, Ross Haven, Sandy Beach, Silver Sands, South View, Sunrise Beach, Sunset Point, West Cove, Val Quentin and Yellowstone.

The Commission operates the main Landfill Site located on Highway 43 East – 55228 RGE RD 35

Contact: Mr. Mike Primeau (780)785-3411 or 1-866-880-5722


Lac Ste. Anne County operates 8 Transfer Stations located near Rich Valley, Onoway, Darwell, Cherhill, Sangudo, Rochfort Bridge, Mayerthorpe and Hillcrest for use by County taxpayers only. Waste collected at the Transfer Stations is hauled to the Main Landfill Site and paid for by Lac Ste. Anne County. Lac Ste. Anne County residents must have a Transfer Station Permit card to access these sites. Residents of Towns, Villages and Summer Villages within the County do not pay towards the operation of these Transfer Stations, so they are NOT entitled to use them.


Residents can take recyclable beverage containers to the Bottle Bin:

  • 4907-49 Street

Onoway, Alberta

  • Phone: 780-967-3649
  • Hours of Operation: Mon – Sat 9:00 a.m. c 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Our mission is to operate our site efficiently, safely and in an environmentally responsible manner, while providing the highest quality waste disposal to both public and private customers.