Landfill & Transfer Stations

Landfill & Transfer Station Hours – Open now

  • The landfill and all transfer stations are closed for statutory holidays – New Year’s Day, Louis Riel Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Victoria Day, Canada Day, August Civic, Labour Day, Truth and Reconciliation Day, Thanksgiving Day, Remembrance Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day
  • Please do not leave garbage outside the gates after hours. This is not allowed under our bylaws, can potentially attract wildlife and leaves a mess for attendants to clean up.
  • Residents are required to show their QR Code Waste Facility Card when they visit the Landfill or Transfer Stations, if you require a card, please contact our office
  • During a burn ban transfer stations will NOT accept burnables.
    • Transfer stations are not allowed to burn and these burnables accumulate and become a fire hazard
    • Alternatively, the burnables can be taken to Libau Landfill for a fee and they will be buried

Landfill and Transfer Station Winter Hours

This schedule is in effect starting on November 1, 2022

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 - 5 pm11 am - 5 pmClosedClosedClosedClosed
Clark Road Transfer StationClosedClosedClosedClosedClosed11 am - 5 pm9 am - 5 pm
Grand Marais Transfer Station9 am - 5 pmClosedClosedClosedClosed11 am - 5 pmClosed
Gull Lake Transfer StationClosed11 am - 5 pmClosedClosedClosedClosed9 am - 5 pm

Tipping Fees

Libau Landfill and Transfer Station Tipping Fees

Payment Methods

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

Download Landfill & Transfer Station Tipping Fees

Type of MaterialLibau Landfill Resident FeesLibau Landfill Non-Resident & Commercial FeesTransfer Station Resident FeesTransfer Station Non-Resident Fees
Bagged refuse - garbage bags of daily generated waste*Free for up to 10 bags/visit, then $2.00/bag$4.00/bag
Construction/demolition/renovation† & loose refuse$60.00/tonne, $15.00 minimum$75.00/tonne, $25.00 minimum
Not acceptedNot accepted
Electronic recycling FreeFreeFreeFree
Household recyclingFreeFreeFreeFree
Household hazardous waste, paint and lights**FreeFreeNot acceptedNot accepted
Used motor oil FreeFreeFreeFree
Liquid agricultural containers (triple-rinsed)FreeFreeNot acceptedNot accepted
Tires - no rim FreeFreeFreeFree
Passenger tires with rimsFreeFreeFreeFree
Tractor or oversize tires with rimsFreeFreeFreeFree
Clean burnables (grass, leaves, branches, bales)***Free up to one tonne, $10.00/tonne for larger loads$1.00/bag up to $10.00 or $10.00/tonne for larger loadsFree$1.00/bag, $10.00 max/visit
Batteries - household and automotiveFreeFreeFreeFree
FurniturePaid on a weight basis, with $15 minimumPaid on a weight basis, with $25 minimumNot acceptedNot accepted
Fridges, freezers, A/C, water coolers (non decommissioned)‡$35/unit$50.00/unitNot acceptedNot accepted
Propane tanksFreeFreeFreeFree
Asbestos****$173.00/tonne, minimum 5 tonnes$173.00/tonne, minimum 5 tonnesNot acceptedNot accepted

Garbage bag size: 26” x 36”
*Daily generated waste: (otherwise known as household) food scraps, tissues, kitchen waste, bathroom waste
†Construction/demolition/renovation material: any material that comes from or goes into erecting, demolishing
or repairing a structure, including but not limited to lumber, drywall, windows, doors, flooring, carpets, sinks,
toilets, tubs, insulation, etc.
**HHW: All HHW and paint products must be clearly labelled in their original container to protect the health and safety of those handling the materials

***Clean burnables: otherwise known as “combustible waste” which also includes tree boughs and stumps up to 12 inch diameter (larger diameter, and/or containing excessive mud would be treated as refuse, disposed of accordingly, and charge accordingly) and branches, clean wood and lumber and packaging materials derived from paper, cardboard and wood, unless otherwise acceptable in household recycling.

‡Decommissioned means that a licensed technician has removed the coolant and stamped the unit
****Asbestos: must be properly bagged and arrangements pre-made


Household Recycling

  • At the Landfill & Transfer stations household 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.
  •  If you are enrolled in the curbside garbage and recycling pickup, all accepted recyclables can go together, including glass and would then be sorted at their depot.
  • No plastic bags required! Just empty your recycling bags into the bin and reuse your bags.  We have signs up at the landfill and all transfer stations as well as a barrel for you to put your single use plastic bag in once the recycling is emptied from it.

What is household recycling?

  • 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 is not accepted as household recycling?

  • 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)


The Manitoba government’s website tells you locations of where you can recycle everything.

Simply Recycle’s website allows residents to go to the site, enter in an item and then it will tell them if able to recycle or not. Or you can download their Recycling Guide here.

Hazardous waste and other recycling programs

The RM of St. Clements landfill and transfer stations accept free of charge:

  • Electronic waste
  • Motor oil
  • Tires – without rims, Passenger Tires – with rims, Tractor Tires – with rims
  • Auto batteries
  • Propane tanks

New Household Hazardous Waste Depot

The RM of St. Clements landfill is excited to offer our residents a safe disposal of their residential household hazardous waste at our new HHW Depot. This new, free service began operating June 1, 2021 at the Libau landfill.

We’ve listened to our residents request for a location within the Municipality to be able to bring items such as paint cans, pesticides, corrosives and more.

In addition to our used oil and used oil materials collection that we currently offer, the HHW program will allow us to collect the following types of waste at the Libau Landfill:

For the full downloadable detailed list of products that are accepted and products that are not, click here.

IMPORTANT: All HHW and paint products must be clearly labelled in their original container to protect the health and safety of those handling the materials.

The stewardship partner for the HHW Depot is ProductCare, which operates in response to the provincial HHW and Prescribed Material Stewardship Regulation.

Pesticides or Livestock/Equine Medications

Cleanfarms Manitoba run an obsolete collection campaign where farmers can safely dispose of unwanted or obsolete agricultural pesticides and livestock/equine medications at no charge!  For more information on this campaign, please visit their website at Cleanfarms or contact them at 1-877-622-4460.

Map of Landfills, Transfer Stations and Hazardous Waste Depot

Solid Waste Management Policy

Download our Solid Waste Management By-Law