Material can only be dropped between 9:00 am - 4:00 pm during the OPEN Saturdays. You can also set up curbside collection reminders to view the HSW depot and mobile event schedules from your phone or tablet.
April 15 – CLOSED
April 22 – OPEN
April 29 – OPEN
May 6 – OPEN
May 13 – OPEN
May 20 – CLOSED
May 27 – OPEN
June 3 – OPEN
June 10 – OPEN
June 17 – OPEN
June 24 – OPEN
July 1 – CLOSED
July 8 – OPEN
July 15 – OPEN
July 22 – OPEN
July 29 – OPEN
Set up curbside collection reminders to be notified of mobile events.
May 6 - Sackville Transit Terminal, Walker Avenue
May 27 - Porters Lake Transit Terminal, Inspiration Drive
June 17 - Mic Mac Mall, Lower Parking Lot
June 24 - Musquodoboit Rural High
July 8 - BMO Centre, Gary Martin Drive, Bedford
August 19 - Cole Harbour Place
September 9 - Oyster Pond Academy
September 16 - George P Vanier School, Fall River
September 23 - Tallahassee Community School, Eastern Passage
October 14 - Mic Mac Mall, Lower Parking Lot
Efficiency Nova Scotia has launched a take-back program for products that contain mercury, including CFL and fluorescent bulbs, thermostats, household thermometers and button cell batteries. For full details, including drop-off locations visit mercuryns.ca.
Dan-X Recycling (64 Trider Cres, Burnside) also accepts CFL and fluorescent bulbs from residents and businesses for a nominal fee. If that program is not an option for you, residents may also place CFL bulbs in a sealed plastic bag in the garbage for collection.
|Needles and lancets are not acceptable for disposal in the garbage. For more info, call RRFB Nova Scotia (1-877-313-7732) or your local pharmacy.|
Resident can now take ALL BATTERIES to a Call2Recycle drop-off location for disposal. This includes rechargeable and single-use batteries (under 5kg) as well as used cell phones.
Visit www.call2recycle.ca to find the nearest drop-off site.