The following items may be placed in the black bins: Items must be bagged
The following items are not accepted at the landfill:
Electronics, paint, and glass bottles
Sarcan Recycling, 311 Queen Elizabeth Blvd. East
Monday-Friday 9:15 am to 1 pm, 1:15 pm to 4:45 pm
Sarcan will accept metal beverage cans, plastic bottles, glass bottles and juice boxes. Beverage container deposits are refunded. Sarcan will also accept desktop computers, notebooks, monitors, printers, fax machines, televisions and left-over paint. Visit www.sarcan.ca, call, or stop by for recycling guidelines.
The Town supports your endeavours to separate, recycle and re-use waste materials that help to put garbage where it belongs. The Town of Kamsack has recycling options for the following materials. To add further recycling options, please contact the Town Office at 306-542-2155.
The following items are accepted at the landfill:
At no cost (free):
The following items may be placed in the blue bins: Leave items loose unless otherwise noted.
Containers must have this
symbol in order to be accepted:
Blue recycling bins for public use are located at Broda Sportsplex (skating rink), by the flags and on Lawrence Road, and on the south side of Valley Manor. There are also blue bins for paper and cardboard located at Sarcan Recycling.
Before disposing of any waste material, please carefully review the recycling options below, in order to minimize refuse that has to be take to the landfill. We also urge you to view this information about material that should never be flushed down the drain or toilet of your home and business, to minimize the incidents of clogged drains and sewer lines.
The content of carts will be monitored.
Compost material, leaves and trees
Town of Kamsack landfill
See details below.
Used cooking oil
Co-op C Store, 695 Railway St.
Used cooking oil may be placed in the container located at the back of the building. This does not include motor oil.
Kamsack Integra Tire, 437 Queen Elizabeth Blvd. W.
Disposal fees are $4/passenger; $9/semi; $15/agri and $25/OTR tires.
Kamsack Liquor Board, 563 Railway St.
Accepts all brown standard and Sleaman's bottles.
The content of carts will be monitored.
The following items may not be placed in the blue bins:
The following items may not be placed in the black bins:
Construction & Demolition (C&D) Materials Landfill
A Town of Kamsack C&D Landfill site accepts designated materials from construction, demolition or renovation activities and separated loads containing asphalt shingles and concrete materials by appointment from 7 am to 4 pm on weekdays.
Residents of Kamsack with a building and/or demolition permit(s) require diversion of designated C&D refuse to the C&D Landfill. Non-residents of Kamsack may apply for a C&D Landfill use permit if they hold a building or demolition permit from their own jurisdiction.
Kamsack residents/non-residents that do not require a building or demolition permit and carry C&D/renovation refuse in vehicles of ½ to 1 ton capacity and/or towing a utility trailer of 2 cubic yards or less will use the current tipping fee schedule.
The Municipal Landfill will not accept asphalt shingles or concrete loads.
Please obtain a copy of the Construction & Demolition Landfill Policy from the Town Office or click here.
Garbage and recycling will be collected alternately on Thursday and Friday of each week. Each household in Kamsack will have received information about their specific schedule. If you have lost your information or you are new to Kamsack please contact the Town Office at 306-542-2155.
The landfill is located on NE 27-29-32-W1, half mile west along highway 5 and approximately 1 mile south of Kamsack.
View, print or download the Kamsack Landfill winter hours of operation and fee schedule.
Please note: fees for non-residents are $75 per load.
The following items are accepted at no charge at the town landfill:
For all other, prepaid coupons must be purchased prior to delivering to landfill.
There is strict legislation in place for landfill sites. Please co-operate with the Town in its efforts to maintain these regulations and our landfill.