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Mountain View Regional Waste Management Commission
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.
Eagle Hill
Mtn View County
Water Valley
Recycling Tip: One recycled glass bottle saves enough energy to power a computer for 25 minutes. Please take your bottles to the depot.

A rural bin.

Shredded tires replace expensive gravel on the landfill liner. Shows the pump out.

One of the Mountain View Regional Waste Commission trucks.

The Recycling Centre at Didsbury.

A wood chipping company is contracted to chip and process branches and clean wood.

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2015 Agendas & Minutes | Bylaws & Policies | Financial Statements | Important Documents

A board of directors appointed annually by the respective municipal councils, manages the Mountain View Regional Waste Management Commission. The member municipalities consist of:

The board of directors have the power to establish duties and powers as approved by the board and may amend those duties and powers in accordance with the amending procedures set out in the Operating Agreement.

2015 Agendas & Minutes
The Mountain View Regional Waste Management Commission meets on the last Monday of each month. Agendas will be posted approximately one week prior to the meeting date. Agendas and Approved Minutes for 2015 are available to the public here. You can view Agendas and Minutes from previous years on our Archives page.

November 23 Agenda Minutes
November 23 Organizational Agenda Minutes
October 26 Agenda Minutes
October 6 Agenda Minutes
September 28 Agenda Minutes
August 13 Agenda Minutes
July 27 Agenda Minutes
July 7 Agenda Minutes
June 29 Agenda Minutes
June 22 Agenda Minutes
May 25 Agenda Minutes
May 25 AGM Agenda Minutes
May 14 Special Agenda Minutes
April 29 Agenda Minutes
March 23 Agenda Minutes
February 23 Agenda Minutes
January 28   Minutes
January 26 Agenda Minutes


Administrative Directives
    Call Out Fee
Board Appointments & Chairperson


Administrative & Operational Reports
Annual Report
Budget Development & Approval
Clean Fill
Collection of Unpaid Accounts
Commercial Vehicles
Expenditure Limits for CAO
External Communications
Fixed Asset Capitalization
Herbicide Container
Hours of Operation
Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soil
Internal Communication
Meetings of the Commission
Ozone Substance
Professional Membership
Prohibited Waste
Purchasing & Tendering
Reserve & Trust Fund
Vehicle & Equipment Replacement

Financial Statements

Financial Statements 2014

Important Documents

Terms of Reference - Finance Advisory Committee
Terms of Reference - Landfill/Recycling Operations Advisory Committee

Residential Waste Collection is picked up weekly, and depending on the municipality you live in, may have collections alternating between black bin (garbage) and compost (green bin).
Picking and dumping black bins in a residential neighbourhood.
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