Noëlville Landfill Site
The Noëlville Landfill is increasing its Hours of Operation to the public to include Monday mornings and Friday afternoons. This change is a result of the recommendation that came to Council from the former CARE (Recycling Education Committee) in 2018. Council approved the recommendation from the Committee and instructed staff to apply for the approval from the Ministry of the Environment. The Municipality has received approval in order to proceed with the implementation of the new Landfill Hours, which will commence on September 30, 2019.
Hours of Operation:
|8 am - 12 (Noon)|
|Wednesday||7 am - 5 pm|
|Thursday||7 am - 5 pm|
|Friday||12 (noon) - 5 pm|
|Saturday||7 am - 5 pm|
Transfer Sites (Blue Bin Sites)
These sites are open to municipal residents only, sites are continually monitored to ensure proper use. Each site has signage indicating proper use and information for Waste Disposal.
Under no circumstances is BULK MATERIAL (Scrap Metal, Tires, Construction/Demolition) permitted at the Transfer Sites. Cameras have been installed at some sites, and enforcement officers are randomly inspecting all Transfer Sites. Anyone found in violation will be subject to minimum set fines of $305 as per By-law 2010-26.
A list of the 5 transfer site locations can be found with a map on our Waste Wizard application.
In June of 2019, the Environmental Advisory Committee discussed deficiencies within the Municipality’s current waste collection and diversion system at which time they passed a motion to recommend to Council to direct staff to analyze and research alternatives to the current system.
In December 2019, following Council’s direct to staff for an Internal review, there was an opportunity to apply for funding to engage the services of an established consulting firm with the experience and technical abilities to provide the Municipality with a comprehensive review and analysis of the current waste collection and diversion operations.
The Municipality was awarded funding through the modernization fund in March of 2020 for small and rural communities to plan, modernize and improve the way they provide services to their communities.
In May 2020 and in collaboration with the Municipality, the firm J2Pg Consultants Inc. released an online survey for ratepayers on the level of service of the current system.
J2Pg Consultants Inc. spent several months reviewing the current system, the survey results, data collection, operations and interviewed Council. They presented the Draft Waste Management Operations Review 2020 Report at the Council Meeting held October 7, 2020, with the Final Report being presented at the meeting held October 21, 2020.
Council has referred the Final Waste Management Operations Review 2020 Report to the Environmental Advisory Committee for review and discussion.
Landfill Site: 705-561-6413