2020 Calendar Solid Waste Services Information - Wellington County
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Page 2 2020 Solid Waste Services Calendar We are pleased to bring you the wonderful County. You may even 2020 Solid Waste Services Division recognize some of your own family calendar. In it, we will introduce members! You can search the rest information about the exciting of the Archives collection on-line at new collection services that will www.wellington.ca/museum or begin in July of this year! Detailed pop by the Museum and Archives for participation information will be a visit, they would love to see you! delivered to every household As always, you will find information starting in May. on how to participate in the This Page: Mr. D. Patman and child with horse and We thank the County’s Archives various solid waste services and cart used for garbage collection, Harriston, ca. 1960. staff for their help with this year’s programmes offered at curbside, at Wellington County Museum and Archives calendar. The photos in this edition waste facilities, and even on-line! [WCMA ph 4106] are from the Wellington County If you need more information, please Museum and Archives collection. Cover Picture: Group posing with their Ford visit our website at automobiles, Erin Township, 1917. [WCMA ph 856] They show people at work, school, www.wellington.ca/sws or give us and play from all around our a call at 519.837.2601.
Page 3 Curbside Collection From January to July 4, 2020, there are no changes to the curbside collection programme. Collection of garbage and blue box recyclables will continue to be weekly in urban areas and bi-weekly in rural areas, with one-sided collection on rural Township roads. Effective July 7, 2020, we have some fantastic changes happening! All households will begin receiving weekly collection of recyclables and green bin organics, and every other week collection of garbage, with collection at the end of your drive/laneway. See page 4 for details. User Pay Garbage Garbage must be in County-issued user pay bags. There is no set-out limit. Bags are available in two sizes, sold in packages of 10. Packages of large bags are $20.00 and small are $15.00. Visit our website to find a distributor in your area. Blue Box Recycling Recycling must be in municipal-style blue boxes and sorted into two separate boxes, one for papers and the other for containers. See pages 6-9 for a full list of acceptable materials. Blue boxes are available at municipal offices and all County waste facilities. Winter Weather Please set your material in a visible location at ground level. Sometimes winter weather will affect curbside collection services. We will collect your materials as soon as we are safely able to do so. Rarely is collection cancelled but it may be postponed.
Page 4 NEW Curbside Collection Programme From January to July 4, 2020, there are no changes to the curbside collection programme. Collection continues to be weekly in urban areas and bi-weekly in rural areas, with one-sided collection on rural Township roads. See the January to June calendar pages for the rural collection schedule. Effective July 7, 2020, we have some exciting changes happening to our programme! • We will be launching curbside organics green bin collection • ALL households, both urban and rural, will receive the same frequency of collection: Starting - Recyclables - weekly July 7 - Green bin organics - weekly - Garbage - every other week • ALL households will be able to set out materials at the end of their driveway or laneway for collection. • Leaf and yard waste collection will be offered to urban households, once per month, in October and November in 2020. Watch your local newspaper for collection dates. We are pleased that Waste Management (WM), who currently provides curbside collection services, will continue as the contractor in 2020. WM will begin using curbside collection vehicles fueled by compressed natural gas (CNG). These vehicles will be cleaner and quieter than traditional diesel-powered trucks. Each CNG collection vehicle will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by an average of 15% (or 14 metric tonnes per year), while also producing 50% less nitrous oxide emissions and virtually zero particulate emissions.
Page 5 Collection Days Collection days are listed on page 30. For most households, your collection day will stay the same. • For households in Salem and in Elora on the north side of the river, your collection day will change to Tuesday. • The town of Fergus will still be collected on Wednesdays, however garbage will be collected on alternating weeks with Highway 6 as the dividing line. • These changes will make collection routes on Tuesday and Wednesday more efficient. • Please remember these changes will only begin on July 7. Participation Information Additional information on our current and new collection programmes can be found in this calendar. • Recycling collection, check out pages 6-9; • Organics collection, go to page 10; • Collection days and weeks, see maps on pages 16 and 30, as well as the monthly calendar pages. Beginning in May, we will be delivering green bins and detailed participation information to every single-family household. If you have questions, please visit our website or contact us by email or phone. Contact information is on the back cover. The County will also be launching a “waste app” in the New Year where you can set up your own collection reminders and look up what goes where. Watch for promotions coming in 2020.
Page 6 Paper Recycling Samples Items Accepted Items and Preparation Do Not Include Boxboard Boxes for cereal, pop, toothpaste, tissues, Remove inside bags and liners soap, shoes, frozen foods, etc.; toilet paper No spiral wound food containers rolls, paper ice cream containers (flatten (e.g. frozen juice container with and put inside a larger box) metal bottom) Paper egg cartons, take-out trays Flattened corrugated boxes (boxes Corrugated with a wavy layer between two layers of No waxy cardboard Cardboard linerboard) No cardboard contaminated with oil Tied in bundles, maximum size: or chemicals 60 cm x 60 cm x 30 cm (24” x 24” x 12”) Remove all food residue and contents for curbside collection from pizza boxes Maximum weight of 18 kg (40 lbs) Staples and tape are okay Maximum of 3 bundles per week per address
Page 7 Samples Items Accepted Items and Preparation Do Not Include Household Junk mail, cards, office paper No metallic or glitter gift wrap or cards Papers, (e.g. envelopes, file folders, sticky notes) No photographs Books, Telephone books, hard and soft covered No used tissues or paper towels books (remove and discard hard covers) No candy wrappers Paper Bags Paper bags from flour, sugar, etc. Do not place in a bag (no plastic liner) (unless it is shredded paper) Shredded paper must be bagged in a No coffee cups clear bag Newspapers, Newspapers, all flyers, magazines Do not place in a bag Magazines Download a copy at www.wellington.ca/sws
Page 8 Container Recycling Samples Items Accepted Items and Preparation Do Not Include Aluminum Food and beverage cans and lids No aerosol or paint cans and (do not flatten) (see HHW information for proper disposal) Tin Cans, Clean aluminum foil, pie plates and No cooking pots or pans baking trays (can go to waste facilities in scrap metal bin) Aluminum Foil Empty and rinse No other metal items Labels are okay to leave on No foil laminates (e.g. potato chip bags) Do not flatten cans Drink Boxes Milk and juice cartons Remove straws and Cartons Drink boxes (e.g. Tetra Pak™) Leave caps on including soup containers Do not flatten
Page 9 Samples Items Accepted Items and Preparation Do Not Include Glass Bottles Food and beverage glass bottles No light bulbs of any type and Jars and jars No mirror or window glass Clear or coloured glass No drinking glasses Empty and rinse No ceramics (plates, mugs, etc.) Leave lids on No broken glass (contact SWS for Labels are okay to leave on disposal instructions) Rigid Plastics Bottles, jugs and tubs including food, No motor oil or chemical containers beverage, health, beauty, household No plastic bags or plastic wrap cleaning and laundry product containers No plastic cutlery, plates, cups or straws Plastic clamshells from bakery products, No toys berries, etc. No Styrofoam Planting pots and trays No single use beverage discs, pods or cups Empty and rinse Do not flatten Leave lids and caps on Download a copy at www.wellington.ca/sws
Page 10 Green Bin Organics Collection The County is excited to begin providing green bin organics curbside collection! The programme will start July 7, 2020 and organics will be collected every week. Green bins will be delivered to every household beginning in May. Detailed participation instructions will be included with the green bin. The following materials will be able to go into your green bin to be diverted from landfill: Food Products • Fruits, vegetables (raw or cooked) • Meat, poultry, fish products (including bones) • Pasta, bread, cereals, rice • Dairy products, eggs and shells • Coffee grounds, filters, and tea bags • Nuts and shells • Herbs, spices, sauces • Fat, grease, lard (small quantities, solidified, no liquids) Paper Products • Muffin, butcher, wax, parchment papers • Paper plates, napkins, towels (not soiled with cleaning products) • Fast-food paper packaging Other Items • Houseplants (including soil) • Animal bedding (no droppings or kitty litter) More details to come!
Page 11 Services and Programmes ! For Service Alerts please phone our office, or We offer many waste diversion and management programmes through our curbside check the SWS eNews page at collection, as well as six waste facilities. Visit our website at www.wellington.ca/sws www.wellington.ca/swsalerts or contact us for information on what to do with any of these materials: or download the waste app. • Appliances and Freon Removal • Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) • Blue Box Materials • Leaf and yard waste (urban only in Oct/Nov) • Christmas Trees • Organics - Home Composting and Green Bin (July) • Construction and Demolition Waste: Asbestos • Reuse Options (requires prior approval), Clean Fill, Concrete and Rubble, • Scrap Metal Contaminated Soil (requires prior approval), Fibreglass • Textiles • Electronics • Tires • Garbage • Wood and Brush T 519.837.2601 T 1.866.899.0248 E firstname.lastname@example.org @wellingtncounty Social icon Rounded square Only use blue and/or white. For more details check out our Brand Guidelines.
Page 12 Gold Box Reward Programme The Gold Box Reward Programme recognizes the County’s best recyclers. All households in the County are eligible. This is what we are looking for in a Gold Medal recycler: • Only acceptable items are in the blue boxes. • Materials are properly sorted into papers and containers. • Recyclables are clean. • Cardboard is flattened and bundled. • No recyclables placed in plastic bags (except shredded paper). • Participation in recycling programme on a consistent basis. If you are one of the County’s best recyclers, you may be chosen by us or you Dan W. from Fergus can nominate yourself at www.wellington.ca/goldbox. One of the 2019 Gold Box Winners (Please note that you may only apply for your own household’s recycling.)
Page 13 Electronics Recycling Electronics are accepted at all six County waste facilities during regular operating hours. Site locations and hours are listed on the back cover. There is no charge to drop off electronics at the waste facilities. Visit our website for a full list. Acceptable items include: Unacceptable items include: • Cables, wires, keyboards • Electric drills • Cameras, camcorders • Kettles • Computers, monitors, printers • Lamps • Electric typewriters • Microwaves • Fax machines, scanners, copiers • Oscillating fans • Phones, cellphones, answering machines • Remote control toys • Radios, stereos, speakers • Smoke Detectors • Satellite and cable receivers • Vacuum cleaners • Televisions, VCR and DVD players For more recycling options, please visit the Ontario Electronic Stewardship website at www.RecycleMyElectronics.ca. WCMA 2009.34.1.03 2
Page 14 Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Select HHW Depots (Permanent) Select HHW Depots are located at five County waste facilities: Aberfoyle, Belwood, Hazardous waste Elora, Harriston, and Riverstown. They are open during regular operating hours. generated by the They accept household and automotive batteries, motor oil and filters, antifreeze, industrial, commercial, aerosol cans, and propane cylinders. institutional and Drop off is FREE at all locations! agricultural sectors Mobile HHW Depot (Monthly rotation) cannot be accepted. The Mobile HHW Depot moves around the County to each of the County’s six waste facilities, as well as two County Roads garages. It will accept a full list of HHW materials. See schedule below for locations and hours. Please allow for time at the beginning and end of every month to empty, move and set up the Depot. For both Depot services, maximum quantities apply. Check our website at www.wellington.ca/hhw for more details and a full list of acceptable materials. More options to properly dispose of HHW materials are available by checking www.makethedrop.ca, www.regeneration.ca and www.healthsteward.ca. WCMA 2009.22.1A
Page 15 2020 Mobile HHW Depot Schedule Location Address 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Month(s) Aberfoyle Waste Facility 6922 Concession 4 Wed, Fri, and Sat January, August Puslinch Twp. Belwood Waste Facility 8585 Wellington Rd 19 Wed, Fri, and Sat March, November Centre Wellington Twp. Brucedale Roads Garage 8436 Wellington Rd 124 Tues, Thurs, and Sat September Guelph/Eramosa Twp. Elora Waste Facility 6549 Gerrie Rd Tues, Thurs, and Sat June Centre Wellington Twp. Erin Roads Garage 9506 Wellington Rd 124, Erin Tues, Thurs, and Sat May Harriston Waste Facility 5668 Highway 23, Town of Minto Tues, Thurs, and Sat February, October Riverstown Waste Facility 7254 Sideroad 5 West Tues, Thurs, and Sat July Wellington North Twp. Rothsay Waste Facility 8495 Wellington Rd 7 Wed, Fri, and Sat April, December Mapleton Twp.
Page 16 Collection Days and Waste Facilities Map 1 TUESDAY 2 Riverstown Facility THURSDAY 2 Minto 6 Wellington North N Harriston Facility W E 6 109 S Rothsay Facility Belwood Facility THURSDAY 1 TUESDAY 1 WEDNESDAY 19 2 26 Erin January to July 4 ONLY! Mapleton Elora Facility Centre Wellington Symbols WEDNESDAY 1 6 401 Highway 26 County Road FRIDAY 1 Guelph/Eramosa Waste Facility (Hours and addresses on back cover) Puslinch Aberfoyle Facility 401 FRIDAY 2
Page 17 Collection Days If you live in an Urban* area, collection is every week. See the map above to find your day. For Rural* residents, collection alternates every other week. See the map above and calendar pages to find your corresponding day and week. TUESDAY 1 / Rural Week 1 THURSDAY 1 / Rural Week 1 TUESDAY 2 / Rural Week 2 THURSDAY 2 / Rural Week 2 WEDNESDAY 1 / Rural Week 1 FRIDAY 1 / Rural Week 1 WEDNESDAY 2 / Rural Week 2 FRIDAY 2 / Rural Week 2 *If you are unsure if you are in an urban or rural collection area please contact us at 1.866.899.0248 or email@example.com
Page 18 TIP OF THE MONTH: Never miss another collection day! Download the County’s free waste app from the App Store or Google Play. You can also access the waste app through the County’s website. Check it out! Ready to play goal on an outside hockey rink, Drayton, ca. 1925. [ WCMA ph 37141]
Page 19 January 2020 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Rural Week 1 THURSDAY Rural Week 2 FRIDAY See Map 1 on Page 16 SATURDAY Mobile HHW 1 2 3 4 Depot location: New Year’s Day * Rescheduled Aberfoyle Waste Sites closed January 1 Facility (all month) No collection* collection 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Urban Area Curbside Christmas Tree Collection 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 www.wellington.ca/sws Have your materials out by 7:00 am for collection.
Page 20 Glass, metal and rigid plastic containers are recyclable, but must be empty and clean. Please empty and rinse your containers before placing in your blue box. Food is a major TIP OF THE MONTH: contaminant in recycling and reduces the value of the materials. Main street, Erin, winter 1923. [ WCMA ph 50773]
Page 21 February 2020 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Rural Week 1 THURSDAY Rural Week 2 FRIDAY See Map 1 on Page 16 SATURDAY Mobile HHW 1 Depot location: Harriston Waste Facility (all month) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Valentine’s Day 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Family Day 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 www.wellington.ca/sws Check out the waste app!
Page 22 Not sure what goes where? Check the waste app on our website to find out how to properly dispose or recycle an item. Download the waste app to your TIP OF THE MONTH: cellphone for extra convenience! Students of Fergus High School 3rd and 4th Forms sitting at their desks, ca.1913. [ WCMA ph 6269]
Page 23 March 2020 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Rural Week 1 THURSDAY Rural Week 2 FRIDAY See Map 1 on Page 16 SATURDAY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 St. Patrick’s Day 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Mobile HHW Depot location: Belwood Waste Facility (all month) www.wellington.ca/sws Have your materials out by 7:00 am for collection.
Page 24 Plastic Bags become entangled in recycling equipment and slow down work on the sorting lines. Please do not bag recyclables or place bags in your blue box. Try reusable bags instead or TIP OF THE MONTH: check out www. plasticsfilmrecycling. org for a drop-off location. Harriston Grand Trunk Railway station and grounds, ca. 1910. [ WCMA ph 23351a]
Page 25 April 2020 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Rural Week 1 THURSDAY Rural Week 2 FRIDAY See Map 1 on Page 16 SATURDAY Mobile HHW 1 2 3 4 Depot location: Rothsay Waste Facility (all month) 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Good Friday * Rescheduled Sites closed April 10 No collection* collection 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Easter Easter Monday Sunday 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Earth Day 26 27 28 29 30 www.wellington.ca/sws Check out the waste app!
Page 26 TIP OF THE MONTH: How do you safely dispose of used automotive oil and oil filters? Check the waste app! It will let you know these should go to a Household Hazardous Waste Depot, and help you find the closest one to you! Catherine Cleghorn of Guelph Township, ready to work the turnip ffeld, ca.1936. [ WCMA ph 11530]
Page 27 May 2020 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Rural Week 1 THURSDAY Rural Week 2 FRIDAY See Map 1 on Page 16 SATURDAY Mobile HHW 1 2 Depot location: Erin Roads Garage (all month) 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Mother’s Day 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Victoria Day 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 www.wellington.ca/sws Have your materials out by 7:00 am for collection.
Page 28 TIP OF THE MONTH: Grasscycling means leaving the grass clippings on the lawn. This helps put nutrients back in the soil, reduces leaf and yard waste needs, and saves you time and your back by not having to rake after mowing. Group looking down at the mill race, Rockwood, 1 July 1915. [ WCMA ph 31397]
Page 29 June 2020 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Rural Week 1 THURSDAY Rural Week 2 FRIDAY See Map 1 on Page 16 SATURDAY Mobile HHW 1 2 3 4 5 6 Depot location: Elora Waste Facility (all month) 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Father’s Day 28 29 30 www.wellington.ca/sws Check out the waste app!
Page 30 Collection changes in July Starting Map 2 TUESDAY B Riverstown Facility July 7 THURSDAY B N Minto 6 Wellington North W E Harriston Facility 6 S 109 Rothsay Facility Belwood Facility ALL rural and urban households will THURSDAY A change to a new schedule TUESDAY A WEDNESDAY B 26 Erin • Recycling and Organics - weekly Centre • Garbage - every other week Mapleton Elora Facility Wellington WEDNESDAY A 6 Symbols FRIDAY A 401 Highway 26 County Road Guelph/Eramosa Waste Facility (Hours and addresses on back cover) Puslinch Aberfoyle Facility 401 FRIDAY B
Page 31 Garbage Bi-Weekly Collection Days *Recycling and Organics collection is weekly. Week A Tuesday - Mapleton, Salem, Elora (north of river) Wednesday - Centre Wellington (west of Hwy 6), Elora (south of river) Thursday - Erin Friday - Guelph/Eramosa Week B Tuesday - Minto Wednesday - Centre Wellington (east of Hwy 6) NOTE: Salem and the portion of Elora Thursday - Wellington North north of the river will be changing to Tuesday collection effective July 7 Friday - Puslinch
Page 32 TIP OF THE MONTH: Changes to curbside collection start July 7. Blue boxes and green bins will be collected each week. Check the map on page 30 to find out which week to place out your garbage, or check the waste app! Boy Scouts cooking over a campffre, Nichol Township, ca. 1942. [ WCMA ph 6695]
Page 33 July 2020 SUNDAY MONDAY Collection Changes TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Week A Garbage THURSDAY Week B Garbage FRIDAY See Map 2 on Page 30 SATURDAY 1 Canada Day 2 3 4 *Rescheduled • Recycling and Organics collected weekly Sites closed July 1 • Garbage collected every other week No collection* collection 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 NEW Schedule Minto Centre Wellington Wellington North Puslinch begins (east of Hwy 6) 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Mapleton, Centre Wellington Erin Guelph/Eramosa Salem, (west of Hwy 6), Elora (north of river) Elora (south of river) 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Mobile HHW Depot location: Riverstown Waste Facility (all month) www.wellington.ca/sws Have your materials out by 7:00 am for collection.
Page 34 TIP OF THE MONTH: Remember to use your green bin! Food waste that ends up in the landfill produces methane gas, a greenhouse gas. Reduce food waste by shopping with a list, storing food correctly, eating leftovers, and freezing items before they go bad. Mr. Macpherson, Irene and Mr. Arkell in the Arkell Farm garden, Puslinch Township, ca. 1910. [ WCMA ph 50911]
Page 35 August 2020 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Week A Garbage THURSDAY Week B Garbage FRIDAY See Map 2 on Page 30 SATURDAY Mobile HHW Reminder 1 Depot location: Aberfoyle Waste • Recycling and Organics collected weekly Facility (all month) • Garbage collected every other week 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Civic Holiday 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 www.wellington.ca/sws Check out the waste app!
Page 36 TIP OF THE MONTH: Have materials out by 7:00 am on your collection day. Collection routes can and do change from week to week for a number of reasons. Not sure which week is garbage week? Check the waste app! School Section #4 Peel Township family picnic, 1940. [ WCMA ph 37174]
Page 37 September 2020 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Week A Garbage THURSDAY Week B Garbage FRIDAY See Map 2 on Page 30 SATURDAY Mobile HHW 1 2 3 4 5 Depot location: Brucedale Roads Garage (all month) 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Labour Day 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 www.wellington.ca/sws Have your materials out by 7:00 am for collection.
Page 38 Leaf and yard waste will be picked up from all urban households in October and November in 2020. Check the waste TIP OF THE MONTH: app, our website, or your local newspaper for set-out instructions and collection dates. Children dressed in Halloween costumes at the nursery school in the Eden Mills Town Hall, ca. 1969. [ WCMA ph 53086]
Page 39 October 2020 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Week A Garbage THURSDAY Week B Garbage FRIDAY See Map 2 on Page 30 SATURDAY Mobile HHW 1 2 3 Depot location: Harriston Waste Facility (all month) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Thanksgiving Day 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Halloween www.wellington.ca/sws Check out the waste app!
Page 40 Is that disposable coffee cup recyclable? Check the waste app! It can tell you whether an item belongs in the TIP OF THE MONTH: blue bin, green bin, garbage bag, or has a special drop-off location. (PS: The coffee cup goes in the garbage.) Boys waiting for a sleigh ride, Arthur Township, ca. 1923. The boy far left is Howard Richard Wright. [ WCMA ph 54305]
Page 41 November 2020 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Week A Garbage THURSDAY Week B Garbage FRIDAY See Map 2 on Page 30 SATURDAY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 * Rescheduled Remembrance Day November 11 Sites Closed collection No collection* 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Mobile HHW Depot location: Belwood Waste Facility (all month) www.wellington.ca/sws Have your materials out by 7:00 am for collection.
Page 42 Reuse it! The County operates Reuse Centres at the Aberfoyle, Belwood, and Riverstown waste facilities. There is a fee to drop-off, but items are free to take home! For more TIP OF THE MONTH: convenience, check out our online service at www. Wellington.Reuses. com. Friends having fun snowshoeing around Harriston, ca. 1919. [ WCMA ph 30760_15d]
Page 43 December 2020 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Week A Garbage THURSDAY Week B Garbage FRIDAY See Map 2 on Page 30 SATURDAY Mobile HHW 1 2 3 4 5 Depot location: Rothsay Waste Facility (all month) 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Boxing Day Christmas Day Sites closed Sites closed No collection* No collection* 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 * January 1 * Rescheduled New Years Day collection December 25 Sites closed rescheduled collection No collection* to January 4 www.wellington.ca/sws Check out the waste app!
Wellington County Solid Waste Services Municipal Waste Facilities Aberfoyle Waste Facility (open Wednesday, Friday, Saturday) 6922 Concession 4, Township of Puslinch Belwood Waste Facility (open Wednesday, Friday, Saturday) 8585 Wellington Road 19, Township of Centre Wellington Elora Waste Facility (open Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday) 6549 Gerrie Road, Township of Centre Wellington Harriston Waste Facility (open Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday) 5668 Highway 23, Town of Minto Riverstown Waste Facility (open Tuesday to Saturday) 7254 Sideroad 5 West, Township of Wellington North Rothsay Waste Facility (open Wednesday, Friday, Saturday) 8495 Wellington Road 7, Township of Mapleton Hours are 8:00 am to 4:00 pm on site-specific days. County waste facilities are not open on Sundays, Mondays, or statutory holidays. Engineering Services Department • 74 Woolwich Street, Guelph ON N1H 3T9 T 519.837.2601 T 1.866.899.0248 F 519.837.8138 E firstname.lastname@example.org www.wellington.ca/sws @wellingtncounty Social icon Rounded square Only use blue and/or white. For more details check out our Brand Guidelines. Alternate formats available upon request. Printed on paper made from 100% post-consumer paper fibre. FSC certified. Acid free. Chlorine free. OM Official Mark of The Corporation of the County of Wellington.
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