Waste & Recycling Collection

2023 Garbage & Recycling Schedule

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Annual garbage schedules are mailed out to all residents in December. Paper copies are available for pickup at City Hall, Operations Building, City Landfill, Sobeys, and Superstore.

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The City of Steinbach operates a Class 1 Landfill Facility, located south of Steinbach at 104 Hanover Road E. 

Hours of Operation

January 1 - March 31, 2023
October 1 - December 31, 2023

Monday to Friday: 8am-5 pm
Saturday: 9am-4pm

April 1 - September 30, 2023
Monday to Friday: 7am-8pm
Saturday: 8am-6pm

Please Note: The Landfill is closed on Sundays and all holidays. 

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Starting December 8, the City of Steinbach is implementing an automatic cart-based system to its residential curbside recycling collection services. Addresses that currently have curbside residential waste collection services provided will receive a recycling cart during the week before their new service begins.Each new cart has a unique registration number and will be assigned to a specific property.

Residents are encouraged to take care of their new carts as the costs for broken or damaged or missing carts will be charged to the property due to negligence. Additional carts will be available for a fee of $120 per year. All carts will remain the property of the City of Steinbach.

Other blue bins, even those previously provided by the City, will no longer be serviced beginning December 8, 2022. 

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A community composting program is implemented at the landfill to help divert compostable yard/garden and kitchen waste from the other garbage. Find out what can and cannot be composted.

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Household Hazardous Waste Depot

The City now has a permanent hazardous waste facility at the Landfill (104 Hanover Road E).  The facility allows residents to drop off residential quantities of hazardous waste year-round.  Please secure all fluids in a sealed and labelled container.

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Grass Mulching

Why Mulch?

Mulching keeps the nutrients from glass clippings in your soil. As the clippings break down they provide a natural fertilizer for your lawn including nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus.  Not only will you have a beautiful lawn, you won’t have to spend time bagging your grass.

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