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Recycling & Solid Waste

Landfill

Within our local regions, the Southwest New Brunswick Service Commission operates Hemlock Knoll, our local solid waste disposal location near Lawrence Station, NB. It is professionally managed and follows best practices for minimum effect on the environment. It is a public facility that local residents are able to access.

For further information, please go to the Southwest New Brunswick Service Commission website or call (506) 466-7830.

Garbage Collection

Garbage Collection Dates:

Bayside and Chamcook – Tuesdays

Saint Andrews – Thursdays

By-law 98-2, A By-Law to Control and Regulate the Collection and/or Disposal of Garbage and Waste within the town of St. Andrews, states the following restrictions;

  • Garbage must be in bags not exceeding 50 lbs
  • Loose items (paper, cardboard, etc) must be tied, no larger than 3 feet x 2 feet x 2 feet and weigh no more than 30 pounds.
  • Furniture weighing less than 50 pounds can also be put out at curbside.
  • No more than 10 pieces will be collected each week.
  • Containers can be put out no earlier than 8:00PM the previous evening and no later than 7:00AM on collection day.

Non-residential customers need to make their own arrangements, either by delivering their waste to the landfill of contacting a private garbage collector.

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White Goods

The Commission also seasonally operates a “white goods” recycling program for fridges, stoves and other appliances.  By appointment, from May through October, they will retrieve the appliance from the front yard of the resident.  Please call 466-7830 for an appointment.

CIRCULAR MATERIALS Recycling

New regulations in New Brunswick shift the financial and operational responsibility for recycling from municipalities to the organizations that produce and sell packaging and paper.

Circular Materials is the producer responsibility organization that is responsible for implementing and managing the new extended producer responsibility recycling system in New Brunswick. As of May 1, 2024, Circular Materials is now responsible for all recycling in New Brunswick. for more information please visit https://www.circularmaterials.ca/resident-provinces/new-brunswick/

Community and Service Provider Portal: https://www.circularmaterials.ca/communities-provider/community-service-providers-nb/

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Saint Andrews, NB
E5B 1B4, Canada
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town@townofstandrews.ca
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