The logo for the Waste Commission depicts the beautiful Rocky Mountain of Alberta and the traditional recycling logo for Waste Management. Coordinating solid waste disposal in Mountain View County. Collecting household and commercial waste in Mountain View County. Waste Transfer Stations are utilized by residents of Mountain View County in Central Alberta.
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Mountain View Regional Waste Management Commission
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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.
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Newspapers can be recycled and used as mulch. This will reduce evaporation by up to 70%, cutting water use in the summer months.
Transfer Sites

Transfer stations are places where local residents can deposit their waste cargo prior to loading into larger vehicles. These larger vehicles transport the waste to the end point of disposal or treatment.

The Mountain View Regional Waste Management Commission operates Waste Transfer Stations at Sundre, Didsbury, Water Valley, and the MVRWMC Landfill, where MVRWMC transfers solid waste to the Landfill site near Didsbury.

We make it easy for you
Your visit to our sites can be made easier by organizing the materials in your load (e.g. separating metals, lumber and hazardous wastes from your regular garbage) before you arrive at our site. Always check in with the site attendant as you arrive at the Transfer Station and dump only as directed by our staff.

Acceptable items at our Waste Transfer Sites include:

  • Burning Barrel Ashes - Burn barrel ashes are accepted for disposal only if they are contained in sealed garbage bags or boxes.
  • Scrap Metal - All of our transfer stations have a separate pile for recycling of scrap metal. Any items that are predominantly metal will be directed to the metal pile at the discretion of the scale attendant.
  • Propane Tanks
  • Waste Oil - Waste oil, oil filters and empty oil containers.
  • Tires - Old tires that have been removed from rims are accepted.
  • Freon Containing Appliances.
  • Household Hazardous Waste - Our facilities are for household hazardous chemicals only, and include items listed here.Pictured is the Household Hazardous Waste system at the Olds Eco-Site. Alberta's HHW program treats and disposes of more than one million litres of material each year. Paint makes up approximately 70 to 75 percent of the HHW material collected.
  • Electronics
    • Televisions
    • Desktop Computers
      • Monitors
      • CPUs including keyboard, mouse, cables, speakers
      • Printers and printer/scanner/fax combinations
    • Laptop Computers
  • Strand wire is accepted at the Landfill Transfer Site only.

The following materials are banned from disposal at our sites:

  • Commercial, industrial or agricultural chemicals
  • Soils
  • Dead animals
  • Dead animal parts
  • Biomedical waste
  • Asbestos Waste

We reserve the right to refuse any materials.

For more information, please read our User Guide for Waste Transfer Stations.

Waste oil, filters and plastic oil containers are recycled as part of the
Alberta Used Oil Management Association's recycling program.

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