Landfill & Transfer Stations

Landfill & Transfer Station Hours – Open now

Landfill and Transfer Station Summer Hours (Downloads)

* Effective Sunday, May 14, 2017

Download RM of St. Clements Landfill & Transfer Station Hours as of May 14, 2017

*Please note: The landfill and transfer stations are closed on statutory holidays

Libau LandfillClosedClosed9 am - 5 pm9 am - 5 pm9 am - 5 pm9 am - 5 pm9 am - 5 pm
Dunning Road Transfer Station9 am - 5 pm11 am - 7 pmClosedClosed11 am - 7 pm11 am - 7 pm9 am - 5 pm
Clark Road Transfer Station9 am - 5 pm11 am - 7 pmClosedClosed11 am - 7 pm11 am - 7 pm9 am - 5 pm
Grand Marais Transfer Station10 am - 6 pm10 am - 6 pmClosedClosed10 am - 6 pm10 am - 6 pm10 am - 6 pm
Gull Lake Transfer Station10 am - 6 pm10 am - 6 pmClosedClosed10 am - 6 pm10 am - 6 pm10 am - 6 pm

Tipping Fees

Libau Landfill and Transfer Station Tipping Fees

Payment Methods

  • Libau Landfill and all the transfer station accept cash or cheque only
  • Interac or credit card payments are not accepted

Download Libau Landfill  and Transfer Station Hours and Tipping Fees

Type of MaterialLibau Landfill Resident FeesLibau Landfill Non-Resident FeesCommercial Fees
(Libau Landfill only)
Transfer Station Resident FeesTransfer Station Non-Resident Fees
Garbage bags of daily generated waste (food)*Free$2.50 per bag
$2.50 per bag$1.25 per bag$2.50 per bag
Pick-up truck /small trailer load of garbage bags (10+)**$12.50 $25.00
$71.00/metric tonne$12.50 $25.00
Pick-up truck /small trailer load of loose or misc. garbage***$12.50 $25.00
$71.00/metric tonneNot acceptedNot accepted
One ton truck or larger load of miscellaneous garbage$43.50/metric tonne$43.50/metric tonne
$71.00/metric tonneNot acceptedNot accepted
Large trailers of miscellaneous garbage (horse)****$43.50/metric tonne$43.50/metric tonne
$71.00/metric tonneNot acceptedNot accepted
Construction/demolition/renovation†$43.50/metric tonne$43.50/metric tonne
$71.00/metric tonneNot acceptedNot accepted
Electronic recycling FreeFreeFreeFreeFree
Household recyclablesFreeFreeFreeFreeFree
Used motor oil FreeFreeFreeFreeFree
Liquid agricultural containers (triple-rinsed)FreeFreeFreeNot acceptedNot accepted
Tires - no rim FreeFreeFreeFreeFree
Passenger tires- on rim$5.00$5.00$5.00$5.00$5.00
Tractor or oversize tires on rim$10.00$10.00$10.00$10.00$10.00
Clean burnables (grass, leaves, trees, branches, bales)Free$2.00$71.00/metric tonneFree$2.00
Auto batteries Free$2.00$2.00Free$2.00
Mattress/box spring or sofa chairFree$10.00 per item$10.00 per itemNot acceptedNot accepted
Sofa or loveseatFree$20.00 per item$20.00 per itemNot acceptedNot accepted
Fridges, freezers, A/C, water coolers (non decommissioned)‡$30.00$30.00$30.00Not acceptedNot accepted
Propane tanksFreeFreeFreeFreeFree

1 car/truck and 1 trailer together: will be charged a minimum of $25 for residents and a minimum of $50 for non-residents and commercial vehicles
Garbage bag size: 26″ x 32.5″ (regular)
Boxes are not bags and are considered loose and will be charged for
Loose garbage: boxes of garbage or is not bagged
*Daily generated waste (otherwise known as household): food scraps, tissues, kitchen waste, bathroom waste
**Miscellaneous garbage: shop, yard, basement, house or garage cleanup. These are items such as clothes, pillows, books, dressers, car seats, plastic pools, etc.
***Small trailer: single axle or equivalent to a 1/2 ton box (4 feet x 6 feet long x 2 feet high
****Large trailer:  double or triple axle and larger than a 1/2 ton box. This includes small, single axle trailers with extended sides
Construction/Demolition/Renovation material: any material that comes from or goes into erecting, demolishing or repairing a structure. This includes but is not limited to: lumber, drywall, windows, doors, flooring, carpets, sinks, toilet, tubs, insulation, etc.
Decommissioned means that you have had a licensed technician come out, remove the coolant and stamp the unit


  • All recyclables can go together except glass, which must be separated.
    • Why? Because currently glass has a poor recycling market at the moment so we actually crush it and use it for road building, as it is a superior product for this.
  • No plastic bags required! Just empty your recycling bags into the bin and reuse your bags.

What can I recycle?

  • Food and beverage containers (eg. cans, bottles, cartons)
  • Plastic containers and packaging with a recycling triangle
  • Newspapers, flyers, mail, magazines, paper
  • Boxboard/cardboard boxes (eg. pizza, cereal, laundry)
  • Shredded paper can be placed in a full size (77 litre) clear plastic bag
  • Cardboard egg cartons and paper tubes

*please leave all lids on containers and bottles

What can’t I recycle?

  • Plastic bags, cellophane
  • Plastics without a recycling triangle
  • Plastics that are not a container (eg. laundry baskets, toys, plastic cutlery)
  • Aluminum foil, foil pie plates, foil food containers
  • FOAM:  cups, food containers, egg cartons,meat trays, packing materials
  • Mirrors, window glass, broken glass
  • Light bulbs, drinking glasses, ceramics, cookware
  • Steel pots and pans, scrap metal
  • Waxed cardboard (eg. frozen food boxes, tomato boxes)

Map of Landfills & Transfer Stations

Solid Waste Management Policy

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