The Town’s E-Waste Program is a free service that recycles various electronics that have reached the end of their lifecycle, including:
- CD players
- Computer mice and monitors
- DVD players
- Electronic clocks
- Smaller household electronic appliances
- Notebook computers
- Power cords
- Satellite dishes
To recycle unwanted electronics, citizens are asked to place them onto the pallets in front of the c-cans provided at the Waste Transfer Station. To view a complete list of the different electronics that can be recycled through this program, please visit Alberta Recycling's Expanded Electronics Pilot Categories and Product Listing here.
Household Battery Recycling Program
The household battery recycling program will accept rechargeable and single-use batteries weighing less than 5 kilograms or 11 pounds.
The positive and negative battery terminals (both ends) must be taped using clear packing tape, duct tape or non-conductive electrical tape. The Waste Transfer Station will not accept batteries with painter’s tape, masking tape or scotch tape.
The Waste Transfer Station will also continue to accept vehicle batteries for recycling. Please note that the Waste Transfer Station will not accept any batteries that show signs of damage.
When recycling batteries, citizens are asked to check in by driving onto the scale at the Waste Transfer Station.
Other Waste Transfer Station Programs
The Waste Transfer Station also collects used motor oil and electronics as free services to citizens. For full details on how to recycle these items, please visit the Household Hazardous Waste page or the Used Oil Collection Program page.