News & Updates

Family Day Long Weekend

February 7, 2024

No Garbage Service Friday Jan 12th.

January 11, 2024

Due to the Extreme cold weather, All garbage collection services will be suspended Friday Jan 12th.

Curbside collection for Alliance and Killam will take place Monday Jan 15th.

Routed bin service customers may have altered collection days so we can make up for the Friday routes.

The main landfill will be open Friday the 12th and closed Saturday the 13th.

The Transfer stations will be closed Saturday.

So this is Christmas!

December 22, 2023


October 2, 2023

Foodcycler Promotion!

February 15, 2023


February 7, 2023

Flagstaff Waste is proud to announce the we will begin accepting Rigid plastics for recycling! Yellow Bins have been placed at the current recycle stations where you normally bring Cardboard, Tin, Newsprint and Office Paper.

It is important to note that plastics recycling will require public support to ensure the proper materials are being deposited in the bins. Excessive contamination will result in the material being landfilled.

Decals with examples of accepted plastics will be on each bin, it is a lot of information so its important that our Recycling Super hero’s (that’s you) take the time to read and fully understand what is accepted and not accepted. If there are any questions or concerns, please give us a call at 780-384-3950.

Outlined below are the materials which can and cannot be placed in the Yellow plastics recycling bins.


  • Rigid Plastics #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7, plastic lids, but removed from container.


  • Non-Rigid Plastics Like Bags, films, cling wrap, shower curtains, tarps, balloons, packing filler / Bubble wrap.
  • Hazardous Materials containers – items with WHMIS labels on them.
  • Mixed material items: Electronics, Suit cases, School binders (metal rings & cardboard inserts).
  • Dirty containers – Please wash out any residue.
  • Items that are not plastic. Dirt, Metal, Glass, Chemicals, Liquids, Wood, Cardboard, Paper, Rubber.
  • Styrofoam – While made from plastic, there are different types and its difficult to tell them apart.
  • No Biodegradable or Compostable Plastics
  • No Biohazard, Medical, or Radioactive materials.