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Mississippi Mills


Mississippi Mills has a curbside Blue Box program. Place Blue Box and recyclables out at the curbside at 7:00am on the day of schedualed pick up. Additional and replacement boxes are available at the Municipal office.

What goes in blue box:

  • #1 and #2 plastic food and beverage containers
  • Aluminum cans, steel food cans, aluminum foil and trays (clean)
  • Empty paint cans and lids
  • Empty aerosol cans
  • Newspaper, magazine, telephone books
  • Boxboard (from cereal and other food boxes, tissue boxes), rolls from paper towel or toilet paper, paper egg cartons, cardboard (flattened and bundled to no more than 30'' x 30'' x 8''), pizza boxes clean,soft cover books, hard cover books (remove covers first)
  • Glass food and beverage jars only

Please call 613-256-2064 x229 for more information

Curbside Collection Map and Schedual

Howie Road Depot

Accepts #3 - #7 rigid plastic food and beverage containers for proper disposal.

Saturday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (all year)

Wednesday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (April to October)

1470 Howie Road (off March Road), Almonte, ON

613-256-2064 ext.0

Pakenham Depot

Accepts #3 - #7 rigid plastic food and beverage containers for proper disposal as well as cardboard.

Saturday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm (all year)

580 Barr Side Road (off Waba Road), Pakenham, ON

613-256-2064 ext.0

NorthGrenville


North Grenville has a curbside blue box program. Blue boxes can be purchased from the Municipal office or the Waste Transfer Station for $7.00 or $9.50.

Products are picked up weekly on a two week rotation schedule. Fiber products are picked up one week and containers are picked up on the alternate week.

What is collected the Container week:

  • #1 to #7 plastic containers
  • Metal and Aluminum Cans
  • Aluminum trays and foil
  • Glass bottles and jars

What is collected the Fibre week:

  • Boxboard
  • Corrugated cardboard
  • Newspapers, magazines, and household paper

Please call the landfill site at (613) 258-9677 for more inofrmation.

The 2010 Waste and Recycling Calendar.

Oxford Mills

Oxford Mills Waste Transfer Station

Accepts plastic containers for proper disposal. (For North Grenville residences only)

Tuesday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

(6:30 during daylight savings time)

Friday 9:00 am – 4:00 pmSaturday 9:00 – 4:00 pm

699 Crozier Road, Oxford Mills, ON

613-258-9677

Perth


Perth has a curbside recycling program. Pick up is every week and alternates between the blue box that contains fibers and the yellow box which holds containers.

What is collected the Container week:

  • Narrow-neck plastic bottles (#1 and #2)
  • Wide-mouth plastic containers (#1 and #2)
  • Wide-mouth dairy containers (#5 and #6)
  • Steel and Aluminum Cans
  • Aluminum trays and foil
  • Glass food and beverage containers
  • Empty paint cans and lids
  • Metal lids from jars
  • Gable end milk and juice cartons
  • Juice and drinking boxes (tetrapaks)

What is collected the Fibre week:

  • Boxboard (cereal boxes,paper towel and toilet tissue rolls, shoe and tissue boxes)
  • Corrugated cardboard (flattened/bundled/tied)
  • Soft and hard covered books
  • Newspapers and flyers (plastic bags removed)
  • Magazines,catalogues, junk mail and office paper
  • Telephone books
  • Detergent boxes
  • Egg cartons (paper)
  • Kraft (brown) paper bags
  • Pizza boxes (clean)

Please call (613) 267-3311 for additional information

Collection Schedual


Smiths Falls


Smiths Falls has a 2 bin waste mangement program. Yellow boxes are for containers and bulky items, while the blue box is for paper products.
Pick-up is weekly and alternates between both colours (either yellow or blue).

What can be put into the yellow box:

  • Plastic containers #1-7
  • Plastic small-mouth screw-top food & drink containers
  • Metal Cans (Steal and aluminum)
  • Aluminum trays and foil (clean)
  • Glass bottles and jars (and lids)
  • Empty metal paint cans (dry,lids removed)
  • Gable end milk & juice cartons
  • Juice and soup boxes (e.g. tetra-pak)
  • Plastic wide-mouth dairy containers

What can be put in the blue box:

  • Boxboard (cereal boxes,paper towel and toilet tissue rolls, shoe and tissue boxes)
  • Corrugated cardboard (flattened/bundled/tied)
  • Soft and hard covered books
  • Newspapers and flyers (plastic bags removed)
  • Magazines,catalogues, junk mail and office paper
  • Telephone books
  • Detergent boxes
  • Egg cartons (paper)
  • Kraft (brown) paper bags
  • Pizza boxes (clean)

Please call 613-283-4124 x1147 for more information

The 2012 Waste Management Guide


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