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Mountain View Regional Waste Management Commission
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Frequently asked by our customers are rates for recycling and waste collection, when the Eco-Sites are open, how to locate our centres and where the dump is.
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Residents are asked to recycle milk jugs and cartons, cardboard, mixed paper, newspaper, clear glass, tin cans, motor oil and filters, electronics. Don't forget to take your bottles and drinking boxes to the Bottle Depot in your community.
The Mountain View Regional Waste Management Commission works in the municipalities within Mountain View County, including Carstairs, Cremona, Didsbury, Olds, and Sundre. We also have operations in the rural communities of Water Valley and Eagle Hill.
Cremona
Didsbury
Eagle Hill
Midway
Mtn View County
Olds
Sundre
Water Valley
Recycle your toothpaste tube. Cut off the cap end, wash it out, then tack it to a corkboard as a pencil holder in your garage.
Resources and Website Links

Alberta Beverage Container Recycling Corporation
Alberta Care
Alberta Environment
Alberta Recycling Management Authority
Calgary Metal Recycling Inc
One Simple Act
Pitch-In Canada
Recycling Council of Alberta
SWANA Northern Lights

Mountain View County
Town of Carstairs
Town of Didsbury
Town of Olds
Town of Sundre
Village of Cremona

Carstairs Courier
Didsbury Review
Mountain View Gazette
Olds Albertan
Sundre Roundup

The Landfill site at Didsbury. Also the location for the area's Resource Recovery Centre. There is also a Recycling Centre at this site.

Did You Know?

  • 74 million tires have been recycled since the program began in 1992.
  • Alberta has the distinction of starting Canada's first electronics recycling program, which began in October 2004.
  • Since the program's inception in April 2008, 10.2 million litres of waste paint (or 12,300,000 kgs.) has been recycled.
  • Click here for more "Quick Facts" about recycling in Alberta.

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