Think Before You Throw

Clarenville

View your 2017 garbage, recycling and bulk collection schedule.

A waste recovery facility is located at the old landfill site. It accepts bulk household waste such as appliances, furniture, mattresses, hot water tanks, electronics, metals, propane tanks, car and truck tires (rims removed), ATV and motorcycle tires, construction and demolition material, shingles, brush, etc. We will not accept anything that is recyclable or materials that decompose, including cardboard, clothing, food items, leaves, grass clippings, ash, and fishnets. 

The waste recovery facility also serves as a waste transfer station, meaning the Clarenville facility has additional services, including commercial waste.

Residential Waste

The traditional landfill operations will be replaced with the Clarenville Transfer Station at the same location. Waste and recyclable material should be sorted at home and will be collected at the curb through the weekly collection service.

For details on your waste management services, including garbage collection, recycling and items accepted at the waste recovery facility, please visit easternwaste.ca. A booklet with the relevant information will also arrive via mail in mid-December. 

Commercial Waste

Commercial waste will be accepted at the facility. Important information for commercial operators:

  • Permits are required from Eastern Regional Service Board’s office. Permits must be permanently attached to vehicles.
  • Vehicles will be weighed at the facility.
  • The fee is $87.60 per metric tonne for domestic waste and $40.00 per metric tonne for recyclables. Metals will be accepted free of charge. Other items may have to be taken directly to the Regional Waste Management Facility at Robin Hood Bay.
  • Commercial haulers are encouraged to call our office before arriving at the site to ensure material will be accepted 

Facility Hours of Operation

  • Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (residential + commercial)
  • Saturday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (residential)

Public Holidays include:

  • December 26, 2016
  • January 2, 2017
  • April 14, 2016
  • May 22, 2017
  • July 1, 2017
  • September 4, 2017
  • October 9, 2017
  • November 11, 2017
  • December 25, 2017
  • December 26, 2017

Woodchips are available to the public at some of the sites for pick up free of charge – supply is limited and will vary by site. Please check with the Site Attendant for more information.

Local Service Districts

Local Service Districts (LSD) service the following communities:

LSD of Smith Sound
Harcourt, Monroe, Gin Cove, Waterville, Barton

LSD of Random Sound West
North West Brook, Ivany’s Cove, Queen’s Cove, Hillview, Adeytown, Hatchet Cove, St. Jones Within

LSD of Random Island West
Random Heights, Elliott’s Cove, Snook’s Harbour, Aspen Brook, Weybridge, Lady Cove

The Clarenville region services the following communities:

Clarenville, Shoal Harbour,  Deep Bight, LSD of Random Sound West, North West Brook, Ivany’s Cove, Queen’s Cove, Hillview, Adeytown, Hatchet Cove, St. Jones Within, Hickman’s Harbour, Robinson’s Bight, Lower Lance Cove, Petley, LSD of Random Island West, Random Heights, Elliott’s Cove, Snook’s Harbour, Aspen Brook, Weybridge, Lady Cove, Britiannia, George’s Brook, Milton, Burgoyne’s Cove, LSD of Smith Sound, Harcourt, Monroe, Gin Cove, Waterville, Barton

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