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Waste is collected at a number of locations around the municipality, primarily at the landfill, 2 miles south and 2 miles east of Lundbreck.
When hauling waste and debris to the landfill, it is essential that loads are properly secured with a tarp to prevent debris from littering the roads and to keep items from falling out and hurting someone. Let's all do our part to prevent the trash from ending up in our roadways and remember; littering on MD or Provincial roadways is an enforceable offence.
Some tips on safe ways to transport items to the landfill:
Effective September 1, 2020:
They are taking clean cardboard and clean tin cans. Unfortunately, they still have no one to take plastic or glass. They have continued to take regular products over the covid slow down, large electronics, paint, oil etc.As of September 1, 2020, the government has started a pilot project for recycling small electronics. see attached
Effective August 1, 2020:
• All Residential and Farmland loads less than 2 tonnes be invoiced directly to the MD; and
• Residential and Farmland loads in excess of 2 tonnes be invoiced directly to the ratepayer at the time of delivery (including the initial 2 tonnes)
• Non-residential/Commercial loads are invoiced directly to the ratepayers at the time of delivery.
If you know you will be over 2 tonnes and don’t currently have an account with the landfill; please call ahead to arrange. 403.628.3849
Please tie or cover your load to prevent material from coming off.
The Crowsnest/Pincher Creek Landfill Association
Phone (403) 628-3849 Fax (403) 628-2258
Manager - Emile Saindon
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Closed Sundays and Holidays
Rural Household Waste Collection Sites
Bagged household garbage only please
*****For MD Residents only*****
24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week
MD Public Works Yard, Pincher Creek
June 7, 2021
A temporary recycling drop- off location will be open by July 1st at the Ranchland Co-op Mall on the south side of the parking lot.
Town and MD residents will be able to drop off:
Paper: Clean paper (newspaper, office and household paper, magazines etc.)
Metal: Clean tin and aluminum cans (ex. soup cans, beverage containers etc.)
Plastics: Clean plastics with a number 1 through 7 recycling symbols
This site will be fenced and available 7-days per week for drop offs.
We would like to express our appreciation to the Pincher Creek Co-op for providing a temporary location. Residents are asked to be respectful when using the temporary site to ensure continuation of the recycling program for the Pincher Creek community.
K J Cameron Service Industries Ltd. will continue to accept bottles, cans and other beverage containers as the local bottle depot.
The Town and MD of Pincher Creek continue to work collaboratively to find a more permanent location that will be suitable for both Town and MD residents.