Single-Stream Recycling

The R.M. of Happyland No. 231 has recently entered into an agreement with Triways for single-stream recycling in our rural community.  After considering the available options and the associated cost of each option, council has decided to place 1 collection blue bin in Leader at the R.M. Shop.  All R.M. ratepayers are encouraged to drop off their recycling at the R.M. Shop located at 117-9th Street West in Leader.

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Single-stream recycling is a system in which all recycle materials – fiber, plastics, tin and aluminum – are placed, unsorted, in the BLUE Container.

 

Cardboard, Boxboard, Office Paper, Newsprint, Junk Mail, Magazines and Catalogues

 Plastic Containers, Milk Cartons & Plastic Milk Jugs, Shrink Wrap & Plastic Bags – Plastics numbered 1 through 7

(No oil containers or chemical jugs). Please check the bottom of containers for the recycle symbol and number.

Tin and Aluminum Cans (cans must be clean, with or without labels – no steel or auto parts)

The following is a list of items by area to help in knowing what to recycle:

Laundry – Laundry soap containers, spot remover bottles, plastic hangers, dry cleaning plastic bags, bleach containers, plastic laundry baskets

Bathroom – Shampoo bottles, body wash bottles, conditioner bottles, plastic hair spray bottles, plastic shaving containers, toilet paper cores, tissue boxes, plastic pill bottles

Kitchen – Milk jugs & milk cartons, creamer cartons & bottles, paper egg cartons, soup, vegetable and any other food cans, aluminum and tin cans, pie tins, plastic juice bottles, juice cans, clean food wrap, yogurt containers, salad dressing containers, cereal boxes, plastic grocery bags, pizza boxes – unsoiled, plastic cookie and muffin containers

Office – Office paper, catalogues, phone books, sticky notes, scrap paper, plastic bags, cardboard boxes flattened, plastic wrapping, paper bags

ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED – Glass, Styrofoam, ceramics, light bulbs, soiled cardboard, hazardous chemical containers, scrap metal, car parts, plastic toys or household garbage

 

 

 

 

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