News & Updates

Compost Bin Removal For the Winter

October 22, 2021

UPDATE: Bin removal has been postponed. We are now planning for Tuesday Nov. 16th. 

Remembrance Day Holiday Schedule

October 21, 2021

Our Pick up schedule for Remembrance Day week will be as follows!

Curbside pickup for Strome and Sedgewick will be 1 day later, to Friday Nov. 12.
our Front end dump routes for Thursday the 11th will be moved to Wednesday, Nov 10. All other routes will remain the same.

Cleanfarms unwanted Pesticide & Livestock Medication Collection for Fall 2021

August 23, 2021

This Year Cleanfarms will be hosting their unwanted Pesticide and Livestock Medication collection sites in Southern Alberta, Oct 25th to 29th. Check out their website for details: Cleanfarms Information

We Now Accept Twine for the Cleanfarms Recycling Program.

November 24, 2020

Flagstaff Waste Management has teamed up with cleanfarms to provide a Drop Off location for your Twine.

Click Here For More information at the Cleanfarms website


Recycle your Grain Bags with Flagstaff Waste!

October 29, 2020

Flagstaff Waste Management has teamed up with cleanfarms to provide a Drop Off location for your grain bags.

For More info, please visit the cleanfarms website


Exciting News!!! The Electronics Recycling Program has been Expanded!!!

September 10, 2020

The electronics recycling program has been granted a 2 years Pilot Expansion. During this Pilot, a HUGE increase of accepted electronics will be taken in! The goal is to collect a wide range of electronics and get an overview of the volume, types of waste, and the viability of recycling. We ask that everyone make an effort to separate any electronic items from their regular garbage. these include “anything with a cord or a battery” with some exceptions. For more information Click the link below!

Click Here!

Flagstaff Waste Management’s Policy Regarding Covid-19

March 17, 2020

Currently the Coronavirus event is recognized as a global epidemic, and precautions are being taken around the world to slow the spread of the disease, especially through community contact (i.e. person to person transmission). As the epidemic evolves and the spread of the disease increases, we fully expect our response to it will also evolve. Currently, we will implement the following procedures immediately:

• Cleanliness/hygiene. The first line of defense against the spread of coronavirus is preventing the spread of pathogens. We will increase our efforts in this regard by regular cleaning of doorknobs and handles, scale controls, computers keyboards, cell phones, truck doors and controls, etc. The scale house will have a solution of bleach water available to all staff for regular cleaning of these common surfaces. Staff are reminded to wash hands regularly, use hand sanitizer often, and avoid personal contact with the public. Wearing gloves can prevent direct contact with pathogens. Burro operators and transfer site operators should accept bagged waste only.
• Daily Routine. We have modified our daily routine as follows:
o Gates open at 7:30 for staff and staff are discouraged from arriving early to socialize. Until this crisis is over, our goal is to minimize social contact.
o Daily work assignments will be provided for each operator individually.
o Each operator will proceed to his unit to complete daily inspections, then immediately start his daily assignment.
o We will no longer conduct morning safety meetings every day, rather we will only call them as needed.
o End of Day – when the assigned task(s) for the day are complete, the operator is expected to ready his equipment for the next day (greasing, oil change, car wash) and then go home. Loitering at work and socializing are discouraged.
• Social Distancing: We are ensuring that staff not congregate during the day for coffee breaks, lunch and end of day socializing. When more than one staff are in the same space, we recommend maintaining a personal distance of no less than 2 meters distance from each other. We advise against carpooling to work.
• Public Access: There is no need for the general public to enter the scale house. The scale operator to greet all customers on the scale, determine what is in the load and collect money, all while the customer remains in the vehicle. Children and pets must remain inside vehicles and staff will maintain social distancing with the public.
• Symptoms: Staff are advised to be aware of the symptoms of coronavirus and are asked to self-isolate should they develop said symptoms. Normal standards for self-isolation is 14 days.

We consider our service to be an essential service for the community and will do everything we can to maintain that service. Should we develop staffing issues which limit our ability to deliver these services, we will work with municipalities to provide alternatives to residents.
Yours Sincerely,

Murray Hampshire, Manager
Flagstaff Waste

Useful links!!!

Government of Alberta Information:

Covid-19 self-assessment:

Alberta Government’s announcement on New Public Health Restrictions regarding public events.

Government of Canada’s Planning Ahead Information Sheet.

Government of Canada’s community-based measures to mitigate the spread of coronavirus

Transfer Sites

January 14, 2020

No change in service at Transer Sites currently. if you have any concerns please contact our main office at (780)384-3950. The main landfill site located NE of Sedgewick will be open for regular hours of operations.