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Grand Opening Whitbourne Waste Recovery Facility

The Eastern Regional Service Board (ERSB) has been established by the Province of Newfoundland & Labrador to develop and implement modern waste management practices in the eastern region. On June 7, 2016 ERSB started operating a Waste Recovery Facility on Old Brigus Road in Whitbourne. The Facility will provide convenient and free drop off of bulk items for residents in the area including items such as; appliances, furniture, electronics, car and truck tires (with rims removed), construction and demolition debris, shingles. Some of the items the facility does not accept include: materials that decompose, food items, clothing and recyclables. The site does

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Notice of Service 2016

Expansion of waste collection services starting summer of 2016.  Notices will start to appear in local newspapers with regards to the new service areas and canvassers will be going door to door in these new areas advising property owners of the service and the requirements.  In these general areas: Southern Shore: Horse Chops, Hell Hill Pond, Cape Pond Road, Birch Hill Pond, Old Shoe Cove Road/Chance Cove Southwest Avalon: Placentia Junction Trinity Conception North: Pittman’s Pond, Western Bay Line, Perry’s Cove Clarenville: New Burnt Cove Trinity Bay South: Holiday Hill Road, Highway 81 Markland to

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Clarenville Waste Transfer Station Opening

The Clarenville Transfer Station (CTS) is a brand new waste management facility that opened its doors to the public on January 2, 2016. The site handles municipal solid waste, commercial solid waste, residential bulk waste and recycling for transfer to a regional facility. The facility is an important step in protecting the environment, improving waste management processes in the region and reducing costs.

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Fee Schedule for 2016

Eastern Regional Service Board, operating as Eastern Waste Management, has adopted the 2016 budget for the delivery of waste management services and the user fee structure that will be in effect in 2016. View 2016 Budget View Fee Schedule for 2016

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HHW Events in more than 30 Communities

Together with our dedicated community partners, Eastern Waste Management held household hazardous waste events in more than 30 communities in June. With litres of paint and other chemicals collected, these events were a tremendous success again this year. Thank-you to all of the local committees, community leaders, fire stations for supporting these events, and to residents for doing your part by disposing of your household hazardous waste safely. Want to learn more about household hazardous waste?  

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