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Waste Management

Waste Management and Recycling

Updated: Jul 18 16
 Created: Jan 01 70

The content of this page provides a summary overview of waste disposal
and recycling information, regulations and fees.
For complete and detailed Information, please view
Waste Management Bylaw 16-2015, which takes effect April 1, 2015.

Please note, effective June 1, 2016 you will no longer be able to recycle styrofoam. Please click on the Quick Reference below for an updated sorting guide.

Township of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards Residents:

Organic waste cartoon The Killaloe Waste Site and the Round Lake Waste Site will accept organic waste material in the MOLOK bins which are located at each of the above noted sites.



For Quick Reference Click Here for Blue Box/Organics/Garbage/Electronic Waste and Hazardous Waste Sorting Guide

Curbside Pickup

Updated: Jul 18 16
 Created: Jan 01 70

Curbside pickup is available in the Village of Killaloe only.

Garbage: Takes effect April 1, 2015

Must be placed at the curbside no later than noon on Wednesdays.

All occupants shall place garbage in clear plastic bags, and may place the bag in a plastic or aluminium garbage can.

Each garbage bag must have an affixed sticker approved by the township. Effective January 1, 2013, the fee for residential garbage disposal is $2.00 per bag.

There should be no hazardous waste, grass clippings, leaves, brush, garden waste, scrap lumber or other building materials, stumps or logs, metal, stone, brick, concrete, ashes, appliances, water heaters, furniture or other large items.

Garbage bags or cans should be placed at the end of the occupant's driveway so that they do not impede pedestrians or traffic.

Recycling: Takes effect April 1, 2015
Items for recycling should be placed at the curbside for pickup by 8:00 a.m.
every Tuesday. Click here for a Sorting Guide.

These items should be in approved recycling containers.

Click Here for New 2016 Recycling Pick Up Schedule

Waste Disposal Site Locations And Hours

Updated: Jan 20 17
 Created: Jan 01 70




Effective January 1, 2013: Red Rock Site is Closed to the Public. See Round Lake Site Information Below for additional hours at that site.

Killaloe Site - 1049 Mask Road

(Part Lot 7 Concession 8, Hagarty Township)
Killaloe Site Accepts:
Household Waste and Recyclables (Including Cardboard),
Pine Needles, Grass Clippings, Leaves, Scrap Metal,
Brush (No Stumps or Logs), Demolition Material, Furniture,
Painted Wood, Tires, Fire Clean-Up Debris
Hours:
  • Wednesday 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM
  • Saturday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
  • Friday 12:00 Noon to 4:00 PM


Round Lake Site - 168 Sunrise Road
(Part Lot 27 Concession 3, Richards Township)
Round Lake Site Accepts:
Household Waste and Recyclabes (Excluding Cardboard)
Hours:
  • Thursday 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
  • Sunday 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM

Special Exceptions:

May to October Holiday Long Week-Ends:
Round Lake Site will be CLOSED on Sundays.

Holiday Mondays (May - October):
Effective August 1, 2014, the Round Lake Site will be open from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM, excluding Canada Day.

Sites are closed:
Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day, Family Day, Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Easter Monday and Canada Day. Please note there is no curbside pick up on these days. During Christmas Holidays, there may be additional closures. Watch the front page under NEWS for this information.

Waste Disposal Tipping Fees

Updated: Aug 23 17
 Created: Jan 01 70


EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2013:
ALL GARBAGE MUST BE PROPERLY BAGGED AND SECURED
IN CLEAR 26"X36" GARBAGE BAGS, WITH THE APPROPRIATE STICKER ATTACHED.
ONE SMALL PAPER BAG, GROCERY BAG, ETC., MAY BE PLACED INSIDE OF THE CLEAER BAG TO HOLD PERSONAL ITEMS.

Tipping fees shall be paid to the waste site attendant
upon entry to the site and before disposing of
chargeable items.


Tags for Bagged Household Waste:
$2.00 per bag

Commercial Users:
Effective January 1, 2013 - $1.00 per bag
Effective January 1, 2014 - $1.50 per bag
Effective January 1, 2015 - $2.00 per bag

Demolition Material:
Unsorted: Please note: With the exception of the fire debris noted below, we do not accept unsorted demolition material.

$360.00 tandem load - Fire Debris (Limited to not more than one tandem load).

Sorted Demolition/Wood Demolition Material (Clean-No Nails)
$7.00/load - Utility Trailer (5'x8') or Half Ton Truck
$30.00/load - Single Axle Truck
$120.00/load - Tandem Truck

Brush: (Up to a Maximum 6" Top - No Tree Stumps or Logs)
$30.00 per load - Utility Trailer (5'x8') or ½ ton truck
$50.00 per load - Single Axle Truck
$125.00 per load - Tandem Truck

Contaminated Soil:
$260.00 per load - Utility Trailer (5'x8') or ½ ton truck
$440.00 per load - Single Axle Truck
$560.00 per load - Tandem Truck
$840.00 per load - Triaxle Truck


Tires:
Accepted at the Killaloe Site at No Charge - Rims MUST be removed and can be disposed of in the metal pile. Tires with rims will not be accepted.

Large Furniture:
$5.00 per piece

At the discretion of the Waste Site Attendant, some furniture pieces may be placed in the "Second Chance" Building at the Killaloe Waste Disposal Site.

There is no charge for leaving these items, but they must be in acceptable condition.

Due to safety concerns, no car seats or baby/child furniture
will be accepted at the "Second Chance" building.


Refrigerators and Other Appliances Containing Freon or Other Refrigerants:
These will be accepted at the Killaloe Waste Site only.
The unit's door must be removed.
$25.00 per Fridge
$12.50 per Air Conditioning Unit

Certain items are accepted without charge:
Tires without rims, scrap metal, pine needles, leaves, recyclables (glass, paper, tin cans,etc), appliances (that do not contain freon).

Recycling

Updated: Jul 18 16
 Created: Jan 01 70

All refuse that can be recycled is required to be recycled.

Curbside pickup is only available within the Village of Killaloe.

Please remember that all recyclables, whether picked up curbside, or taken to the waste site, have to be sorted. Click here for a sorting list.

Commercial users cannot place cardboard in their blue boxes for pick-up within the village of Killaloe.

List of Recyclables


Drink Cans Rinsed, cleaned, flatten if your prefer
Food Cans Rinsed, cleaned, flatten if your prefer
Aluminum Plates Rinsed, cleaned, flatten if your prefer
Aluminum Foil
Aerosol Cans Empty/Insecticides/Herbicides
Paint Cans No plastic, empty, lids removed and placed in blue box
Plastics #1 to #7 (plastic bags with the #7 recycling symbol are not accepted; hard plastic containers with the #7 recycling symbol are accepted)
#1, 2 Plastic Bottles Food & beverage bottles ONLY
#2, 3, 5, 7 Plastic Bottles & Jugs Food & beverage household liquids, windshield washer containers
no oil containers
#4 Film Plastic Including grocery and shopping bags, bread bags, outer wrap from cases of water, toilet paper, paper towels, etc., milk bags (not the inside bags that contain the milk). Put these in one bag (a bag of bags), and place in blue box.
#2 & #5 Plastic Tubs & Lids Clean
Newsprint, Envelopes, Flyers, Magazines, Junk Mail Tied or bagged together (not loose)
Catalogues, Writing Paper, Telephone Directories Small amounts
Boxboard and Paperboard
(Cardboard)
Flattened, tied or placed inside a larger box
Corrugated Cardboard Flattened, tied together 24"x24"
Egg Cartons Cardboard accepted
Milk and Juice Cartons
Tetra Packs
Including drinking boxes
Brown Paper Bags,
Polycoat Paperboard
Dog/cat Kraft Bags; No chemical bags
Greeting Cards
Paper cups and plates
Plain Wrapping and Tissue Paper Not including Christmas paper or wrapping paper with a printed pattern on it
Office Mixed Paper In clear plastic bags
Everything used in office (no carbon and/or construction paper)
Clear & Coloured Glass Food & beverage bottles only
No drinking glasses, ceramic cups, window panes,dinner plates/cups, mirrors, carlights, lightbulbs
**The following items will not be accepted for recycling:

Plastic bags with the #7 recycling symbol (#7 hard plastic containers are accepted), soiled plastic bags, e.g. bags from potting soil, fertilizer, etc., plastic bags or plastic film covering that has been in contact with meat or dairy, e.g. plastic film from meat or cheese trays, biodegradable, degradable or compostable plastic bags and plastic film, cellophane, clear, crinkly/non-stretch plastic, e.g. bubble plastic from razor blade package, food containers that do not have a recycling number of them, food/cling wrap, e.g. Saran Wrap, potato chip bags, cookie bags or chocolate bar wrappers, pasta bags, cereal or cracker box wax paper liners, beverage six-pack plastic rings, plastic bubble wrap, plastic shrink wrap, boat wrap, agricultural wrap, e.g. from hay bales, styrofoam and styrofoam pellets (like those used to package electronics), textiles(clothing), carbon paper, pocket novels.

Waste Electronics (WEEE waste)

Click Here for a list of electronics items that can be brought to the Killaloe Waste Disposal Site.

Hazardous Waste

Updated: Jan 20 17
 Created: Jan 01 70

Hazardous Waste is not allowed to be left or deposited at any of our municipal waste disposal sites and cannot be put out for curbside collection!

Some examples of hazardous waste:
motor oil herbicides insecticides
acids (muriatic, etc.) caustics (lye) paint
glues gasoline drain and oven cleaners
bleach aerosol cans pool chemicals
solvents (nail polish remover, varsol) pesticides pharmaceuticals
antifreeze ammonia
cleaning fluids

Metal gas containers, propane tanks and all other fuel tanks/containers
are considered hazardous and will not be accepted at any waste disposal sites
operated by the Township of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards.

Every year the Township of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards hosts a Household Hazardous Waste Day Event so that you can dispose of these materials safely.
In 2017 HHW Day is August 19th from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Township Road Yard (16370 Hwy 60).
We are also able to offer a service to allow you to safely dispose of your electronics waste. Click Here for more information on where all of this material goes.