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Environmental Advisory Committee

Hemlock Knoll Land Fill Drone Tour

Have you ever wondered with the Hemlock Knoll Landfill looks like? Here is some great drone footage from the Southwest New Brunswick Service Commission. Watch the video here.

Information on Shoreline Restoration:

Residents looking for information on protecting their shoreline using natural landscaping and ecological restoration. Check out Helping Nature Heal, Ecological Restoration for more information.

EAC Survey Spring 2024

Click the link to take our latest survey for:



Who are we?

The Saint Andrews Environmental Advisory Committee was formed in December of 2020 as a result of the Saint Andrews Adaptation Plan, A Community Based Climate Adaptation Plan (2019). We meet on a monthly basis to generate recommendations to Council on environmental matters and to support positive environmental management practices and policies. This year, the committee is focusing on:
1. Composting
2. Energy usage & greenhouse gas emissions
3. Green spaces


The Environmental Advisory Committee will work to champion local actions to address community environmental concerns and pertinent environmental issues. The Committee will provide a forum for members of the public to express concerns and discuss policies, regulations, and other protocols in relation to environmental sustainability, management, and conversations to contribute to the overall quality of life.

Interested in Becoming a Committee Member?

Please contact Paul Nopper, Clerk – Senior Administrator at 506-529-5120 or for more information.


Saint Andrews is a Proud Supporter of the Quest Canada Smart Energy Supporter

The Town of Saint Andrews is a proud supporter of the Quest Canada Smart Energy Supporter’s program Quest Canada assists innovators and leading organizations to work together to advance innovative, pro-competitive energy initiatives and solutions aligned with Canada’s net-zero targets.

Federation of Canadian Municipalities Partners for Climate Change Protection

The Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) program is a national network of over 400 municipalities with the shared goal of taking action against climate change and reducing local greenhouse gas emissions. In order to provide more effective and dedicated support to PCP members across Canada, PCP has launched a new website offering tools, case studies and other resources that can help municipalities of all sizes meet their climate goals.

The Town of Saint Andrews has received the following milestones:

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Saint Andrews, NB
E5B 1B4, Canada
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