With the expiration of the existing contract – the Town of Neepawa is pleased to announce the successful tender for Recycle and Garbage collection has been awarded to a new operator: Municipal Waste Management.
Please note the zones and pick up days are subject to change – you will be notified accordingly via Code Red and the Town website.
The Town is split in two halves – Zone 1 & Zone 2 – please see Map below
Glass Pickup will remain the 1st Tuesday of each month
- All materials are to be placed on the front curb no later than 7:00 a.m. on the day of collection.
- Ensure that there is nothing obstructing access for the collectors.
- Compost pickup occurs seasonally (spring & fall).
Three (3) bag residential limit – additional bags require a bag tag, which can be purchased for $2 at the Town Office.
A bag cannot be more than 1 meter X 1 meter or weigh more than 20 kg. One (1) bag is equivalent to one (1) can not exceeding the weight and size limit.
Used Cooking Oil & Grease
Used cooking oil and grease MUST NOT BE FLUSHED OR PUT DOWN THE DRAIN, but should be cooled and returned to the original container or another container and either disposed of in the garbage. In the case of large amounts, taken directly to the used cooking oil recycling depot located at Evergreen Environmental Technologies Ltd. http://evergreentech.ca.
Residents are encouraged to recycle. Materials do not need to be sorted, however all products should be clean. Glass is picked up separately on the first Tuesday of each month. Recyclable materials include:
Sorted recycling can also be dropped off at the depot located by the water tower at 124 Gill Drive.
Used Oil, Oil Filters, Antifreeze, Transmission & Hydraulic Fluid
Can be dropped off at the Eco-Center, located at Provost Signs on Airport Road. (Insert graphic).
Hazardous Waste (batteries, paint, chemical), Tires, Old Appliances, Electronics, Construction & Demolition Materials
All materials that are not household garbage or recycling must be taken directly to Evergreen Environmental Technologies (hyperlink http://evergreentech.ca). There is a charge for construction and demolition materials of $85 per tonne.
Leaves, grass, household compost and garden waste can be bagged in COMPOSTABLE bags and left curbside for spring and fall pickup. These programs are announced each spring and fall and usually run for about 4 – 6 weeks. Loosely bundled branches (no longer than 1 meter) will also be picked up curbside. Compost can also be taken to the compost site, located on Hurrell Road (across from the cemetery) year round.
Household Hazardous Waste, Hazardous Waste, Appliances, Electronics, Construction & Demolition, Tires, etc.
Residents of Neepawa can take all electronic, household, hazardous waste, recycling, construction and demo waste directly to Evergreen Environmental Technologies (link to their site http://evergreentech.ca/). Evergreen is located 9 miles West of Neepawa-Hwy 16 and 3 miles south on road 466.
All electronic, household, hazardous waste and recycling can be taken directly to Evergreen.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m to 3 p.m.