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Whitemouth-Reynolds-North Whiteshell Waste Management Facility

 

Whitemouth-Reynolds-North Whiteshell Waste Management Facility

Waste, burnables and recycling materials are collected at the Whitemouth - Reynolds - North Whiteshell Waste Management Facility for proper sorting and organizing of waste, recycling, burnables, and hazardous waste items.

Operations Staff at the Facility take great pride in ensuring the participating Municipality’s waste and recycling needs are met which are regulated by the Province of Manitoba and Manitoba Climate and Conservation.

The Whitemouth-Reynold-North Whiteshell Waste Management Facility accepts a number of materials and items for proper disposal. Please view below to review a list of accepted items at this facility. 

 

Updates:

- We are seeing a sizable increase in the value of corrugated cardboard (i.e. Amazon delivery boxes). Please keep up the good work and keep that cardboard coming in.

 

HOURS OF OPERATION

*CLOSED ON ALL STATUTORY HOLIDAYS*

October 1- April 30

Monday

CLOSED

Tuesday

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Wednesday

11:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Thursday

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Friday 

8:00AM - 4:30 PM

Saturday

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Sunday

CLOSED

 

May 1 - September 30

Monday 

8:00AM to 4:30PM

Tuesday

8:00AM to 4:30PM

Wednesday

11:30AM to 8:00PM

Thursday

8:00AM to 4:30PM

Friday

8:00AM to 4:30PM

Saturday

8:00AM to 4:30PM

Sunday

CLOSED

 

 

 

Tipping Fees

A tipping fee is issued for construction and demolition waste (anything used to construct a building of any kind or anything leftover from the demolition of buildings). See the tipping fee rates below:

 

VEHICLE SIZE

FEE – RESIDENTS

FEE – NON-RESIDENT

HALF-TON & HALF-TON TRAILERS

$45.00

$65.00

ONE-TON & ONE-TON TRAILERS

$90.00

$130.00

OVER ONE-TON TO TANDEMS

$125.00

$190.00

SEMI-TRUCK & TRAILERS

$210.00

$300.00

TWENTY YARD ROLL-OFF BINS

$250.00

$380.00

FORTY YARD ROLL-OFF BINS

$500.00

$750.00

SIXTY YARD ROLL-OFF BINS

$750.00

$1125.00

 



ACCEPTED MATERIALS & ITEMS

The Whitemouth- Reynolds-North Whiteshell Waste Management Facility accepts most items that are produced commercially and residentially. We are prohibited from collecting some materials like large amounts of medical waste, contaminated soils, dead livestock and roadkill. Staff have the right to turn away any items that are not suited for disposal at this facility. 


LANDFILL ITEMS

The landfill at the Facility is not like the old garbage dumps, in that hazardous materials are not allowed to be dumped in it. The following materials are allowed in this area:

  • Household garbage
  • Furniture
  • Building materials that can't be burnt i.e. windows, treated and painted lumber, insulation, shingles etc.
  • Plastic film i.e. tarps, silage tubes, empty garbage bags
  • Odd materials i.e. twine, diapers, kitty litter, floor sweepings

 

RECYLING ITEMS

The following recyclables are accepted at our Facility: 

  • PAPER
    • Newspaper
    • All mail, magazines, office paper, phone books and flyers
    • glossy paper
    • Boxboard NO LONGER ACCEPTED (cereal box, chip boxes, etc) - should be put in household waste
     
  • PLASTICS
    • Soft drink, juice, dish detergent, salad dressing bottles, milk and juice jugs
    • PLEASE REMOVE LIDS
     
  • ALUMINUM
    • Pop and beer cans
    • Rinsing not necessary
    • No trash inside cans 
     
  • GLASS
    • All colors
    • Please remove lids and put them in recycling bag
    • Not necessary to remove labels
     
  • TIN
    • Soup, canned fruit, canned vegetable, juice cans
    • Please put lid inside cans
    • Not necessary to remove label
     
  • CORRUGATED CARDBOARD
    • Flatten and bundled
    • Must be dry
     
  • GABLE TOP CONTAINERS
    • Milk and juice containers

 

BURNABLE ITEMS

We accept the following burnable items:

  • Tree trimmings
  • Wood that is untreated or unpainted
  • Straw bales in small amounts
  • Garden clean ups, leaves and grass trimmings

 

HAZOURDOUS MATERIALS

The Facility has other specifically designated areas which do accept the following hazardous materials. These items should be separated from your regular recycling: 

  • Medical Waste
    • Needles, vials MUST be placed in a glass or hard plastic container and sealed with hard lid. 
    • These items MUST be labelled "Medical Waste" or "Sharps"
    • *Staff have the right to turn away ANY medical waste*
  • Dry cell batteries
  • Rechargeable batteries
  • Fluorescent light bulbs
  • Printer cartridges
  • Computers and monitors
  • Lightbulbs
  • Tires (no rims - please place in scrap metal area)
  • Paint cans

 

SCRAP METAL

  • Tire rims only
  • This area is NOT for tin cans, oil containers, garbage or plastics.

 

NOT ACCEPTABLE

  • We no longer recycle Styrofoam and plastic shopping bags
  • We no longer recycle aluminum foil of any kind

 

About Our Facility

In the early 1990's, waste disposal regulations were changing and many traditional 'garbage dumps’ were no longer able to meet the requirements for a modern day landfill cell. With these changes in mind, through a joint effort of the Rural Municipalities of Whitemouth and Reynolds, the Whitemouth - Reynolds Waste Management Facility partnership was formed in 1993.

Originally, the facility was to have a recycling depot and landfill. The facility was designed to meet these new regulatory standards. Long before a shovel was put in the ground a new idea was born. It was decided then to step away as much as possible from our dependency on simply throwing everything away. The Facility became a member of some of the Stewardship programs that were available then. The present day Waste Management Facility began to take shape.    

In 1996, the northern region of the Whiteshell Provincial Park approached the committee to join as a partner with the facility, as their landfills were no longer acceptable. In November of 1997, an agreement was reached and signed by the three parties, creating the Whitemouth - Reynolds - North Whiteshell Waste Management Facility partnership. On October 1, 1998 the three landfills that serviced the Rural Municipality of Whitemouth were closed and all wet and dry waste from the Municipality was brought to the facility. On June 1, 1999 the Rural Municipality of Reynolds closed its seven landfills as did the North Whiteshell, shutting down half of their sites. By September 30, 1999 all fourteen landfill sites that used to service the three districts where shut down and no longer in use.

Today the Facility is a member of several more Stewardship Programs. These programs range from the collection and recycling of everyday household and personal electronics to household hazardous waste. Through the efforts of these programs and the diligence of the population of Whitemouth, Reynolds and the North Whiteshell Provincial Park, we have been able to divert thousands of tonnes of waste away from our landfill. Click on the links below to learn more about our Program Partners.

MMSM - Funding                 https://stewardshipmanitoba.org/ 

MARRC - Oil                        MARRC

Product Care - Household Hazardous Waste  Product Care Recycling

Tire Stewardship - Tires       Tire Stewardship Manitoba

CBCRA - packaging              CBCRA

Recycle My Electronics         Recycle My Electronics

Recycle Everywhere             Recycle Everywhere

Clean Farms - Agricultural    Clean Farms

Contact

Phone: (204) 348-2125 

Lorne Charney – Manager