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Transfer Station - St. Paul Waste Management Facility & Recycling Centre

Posted on Wednesday April 15, 2015 at 09:44AM


Hours of Operation:
St Paul Waste Transfer Station located 2.4 km N.E. of St Paul
on Twp 582 and Rg Rd. 93A

Summer Hours:
May 1 to September 30 Tuesday to Friday 12:00 P.M.....8:00 P.M.
Saturday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Winter Hours:
October 1 to April 30 10:00 A.M......6:00 P.M.
Saturday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Closed Sunday and Monday and all Statutory Holidays


The Town of St Paul is conscious about the environment. Thank you for recycling!
Recyclable materials must be sorted to be shipped for processing.
By sorting your materials it will save on the cost of recycling.
Accepted Material:
• Cardboard (corrugated only)
- should be flattened or cut down
- should not have any plastic wrap or other material mixed with the
cardboard
- must be clean and dry
• Mix Paper
- for example - catalogs, slick paper, envelopes, packing paper, glossy paper
and box board - example: cereal box (must be flattened or cut down)
- must be clean and dry
• Newsprint
- example is The Edmonton Journal, St Paul Journal, National Post or any
paper print of the same grade
-flyers or glossy paper must be removed
- must be clean and dry
• Office Paper
-color or white office paper (may be shredded)
- no carbon or plastic coated paper
-must be clean and dry
• General Household Waste

Waste Accepted:
Dry waste, including some demolition.
Electronics, paint, tires, used oil & containers, general household waste, grass clippings,
garden waste, leaves, tree branches, wood, heavy scrap metals, white goods (stove/fridge),
auto batteries, concrete.
Fee Schedule:
Fridges and freezers are subject to freon removal charge - $20.00/unit
Concrete - End Dump or a Truck Pup - $350.00
- Tandem Truck - $250.00
- Single Axle Truck - $150.00
- 1 Ton Truck - $75.00
- 1/2 Ton Truck - $30.00
Furniture, mattresses, sofas are permitted in the roll off bins.
Oils, paints batteries disposed at no charge.
For more information phone 780-210-0350

Author:Town of St. Paul

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Plastic materials disposal

Recycling in ST Paul is good for plastic water/pop containers, but disposal for Plastic Resin Codes 2-5 is hard to manage. Where can we put the following:

HDPE 2 - Plastic mild jugs, soap, detergent, fabric softener, shampoo.

LDPE 4 - Bubble wrap, Plastic bags of any sort

PP 5 - Plastic containers - yogurt, margarine, cottage cheese.

Posted on Monday September 25, 2017 at 04:12PM by Karen Hibbs

Great work!

Cool stuff guys, really respect the hard work to help make our homes a bit cleaner via recycling!

Posted on Thursday April 26, 2018 at 10:59PM by Robert Quinton

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