SNOW STORM – January 17th, 2022 – Today’s garbage and recycling collection is postponed to Monday, January 24, 2022. There will therefore be the equivalent of two collections. The schedule for the rest of the week remains unchanged.
NEW FEES : As of January 1st 2022, the costs of using The Nation landfills will be increased. All charges will be calculated at a price of $ 0.65 per cubic foot, with a minimum fixed charge of $ 2.00. Only payments made by Interac will be accepted at The Nation landfills. If payment cannot be made on site, an invoice will be sent to the user and an additional administrative fee of $ 4.00 will be added to the bill.
COVID-19: The Nation landfills are open but residents must follow health guidelines.
HOLIDAYS: There is garbage and recycling pickup on all Statutory Holidays with the exception of Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, where recycling and garbage collection schedules will be delayed by one day for the remainder of the week, with Saturday making up for the missed day.
NOXIOUS WEEDS: In Ontario, 25 weeds are designated as noxious under the Weed Control Act. If you have questions or concerns about noxious weeds, contact The Nation’s Environment Department at 613-764-5444 Ext. 222
Mike’s Waste Disposal Inc. performs the waste and recycling collection service for The Nation Municipality and uses two trucks, one for garbage and one for recycling. To note that both collections are done on the same day, but there might be a delay between the two pick-ups.
Acceptable Garbage Bags/Containers
The maximum size of garbage bags shall not exceed 76 cm x 96 cm. Smaller bags should be placed in a garbage can not exceeding 125 litres or a bag.
Starting May 1st, 2019, 64-gallon containers will no longer be accepted during garbage pick-ups.
Garbage Bag Limit
By-Law 4-2015, as amended, implements, among other things, a two (2) bag limit per property per week.
If you wish to dispose of more than two bags (2) per week, bag stickers may be purchased at a cost of $1 each, as per By-Law 108-2016. These stickers can be purchased at any of our municipal offices, landfill sites or libraries. Please note that stickers can only be put on bags.You can still order green garbage stickers. Please call 613-764-5444, extension 227 to place your order: your garbage stickers will be mailed to you along with the invoice.
Where & When To Put Your Garbage & Recycling
Put your recycling at the curb any time after 7 p.m. the evening prior to your collection day and no later than 7 a.m. on your collection day.
Place your box(es) and garbage bag(s) on the ground as close as possible to the roadway, but not on the sidewalk, roadway or on top of a snowbank.
The Nation is now offering waste and recycling collection services to businesses and farms. Residential standards will apply for a quantity of 2 plastic bags (76 cm by 96 cm) or one 125 litres container for non-recyclable waste and the equivalent of three regular recycling blue boxes for one 125 litres container (clearly identified) for recyclable materials.
Household hazardous waste is not collected at the curb. Residents of The Nation Municipality can bring their household hazardous waste to one of our Municipal Hazardous and Special Waste Depots where items will be recycled, or disposed of safely. Strict health guidelines must be followed.
Note: All residents using the depot must provide proper identification as a Nation resident/property owner. We only accept waste generated from residential sources. Residents from other municipalities will not be accepted.
Cost: There is no charge.
The following items are examples of household hazardous waste that should be taken to the depots:
All waste must be clearly labelled and in sealed containers. Reusable containers will not be returned.
Do not mix different products together.
The Nation Municipality currently operates 3 landfills.
All residents using the landfills must provide proper identification as a Nation resident/property owner.
All waste must be generated from within The Nation Municipality.
NEW LANDFILL FEES : At the Monday, December 6th 2021 meeting, The Nation Council will consider the adoption of the new by-law 131-2021 proposed by the Department of Environment. This regulation underlines that as of January 1st 2022, the costs of using The Nation landfills will be increased. All charges will be calculated at a price of $ 0.65 per cubic foot, with a minimum fixed charge of $ 2.00. Please click here for details. Thank you.
2325 Concession Road 7, St-Bernardin, ON – On call only.
2090 Calypso Street, Limoges, ON – Open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
4701 Concession Road 15, Fournier, ON – Open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Note: The cost to access the landfills outside of normal hours of operation is $50 per hour. All landfills are closed during statutory holidays.
All loads, regardless of size and type of vehicle, will be measured and charged a flat rate of $0.40 cents per cubic foot. Only payments made by Interac are accepted at the Nation landfills.
Twenty-two (22) dog waste bins were installed by The Nation Municipality to collect ONLY plastic bags containing dog excrement.
If you are a dog owner, these bins will make it simpler for you to dispose of your dog’s poop in a respectful manner.
Not only are plastic bags or dog poop left on the ground around the Village a health risk but they are also an eyesore for everyone. It is YOUR civic responsibility as a dog owner to pick up after your dog at all times, be it on private or public property.
These small gestures in your daily routines will help maintain a clean environment for all of us. Do your part and pick up after yourself and your dog. Thank you for your contribution.
Three simple steps:
The bins (17) located at the following strategic points across the village of Limoges will be emptied on a weekly basis by municipal staff:
The bins (2) located at the following strategic points across the village of St-Isidore will be emptied on a weekly basis by municipal staff:
The bins (3) located at the following strategic points across the village of St-Albert will be emptied on a weekly basis by municipal staff: