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* Credit Accounts can be set up for IC & I users

Paris Waste Transfer and Recycling Station

The Paris Transfer Station is located at 40 Railway Street, Paris.

Click here for a street map of the location.

The transfer station is operated to allow residents the opportunity to drop off small amounts of solid wastes and recycling items.

The hours of operations for the Waste Transfer and Recycling Station are:

Monday & Wednesdays.............. 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Saturday...................................... 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

The Transfer Station is closed on all Statutory Holidays.

Changes to the hours of operation, if required, would be published here and through public notices in the local newspaper.

Please phone 442-7480 during working hours of the Transfer Station or the Public Works Department at 519-449-2451 for further information.

Please refer to the current fees and charges bylaw schedule ( Public Works - Environmental - Solid Waste section ) for current rates.

Large loads (i.e. more than a fully loaded pick up truck box, or equivalent) are not accepted at the transfer station and MUST be taken to Biggars Lane Landfill. (See below for directions)

BIGGARS LANE LANDFILL SITE

The Biggars Lane Landfill Site is located at 128 Biggars Lane (east of Mount Pleasant).

Click here for a street map of the location.

Biggars Lane Landfill hours of operations are:
Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

The landfill is closed on all Statutory Holidays.

Please refer to the current fees and charges bylaw schedule ( Public Works - Environmental - Solid Waste section ) for current rates.

Sorting

Sorting of recyclable and reusable materials is required since it conserves valuable land fill space and generates revenue which directly offsets the cost of operating your waste management facilities.

Materials which are sorted by users and staff for recycling and reuse include:

  • Cardboard
  • Electronic wastes (For a current list of acceptable electronic wastes please visit www.recycleyourelectronics.ca/home/what-can-be-recycled)
  • Scrap metal
  • White goods (fees apply for CFC removal & handling)
  • Tires
  • Batteries
  • Propane tanks
  • Cement, Asphalt, Bricks
  • Wood (must be sorted from the other waste streams)
    • painted, stained, veneer, wooden furniture (no upholstery), pressure treated, wooden doors are acceptable.
    • No shingles, drywall, or other construction debris is to be placed in the wood disposal area
  • Brush and yard waste (must be de-bagged from plastic bags)
  • Please note: Grass clippings are banned from curbside collection and disposal at the Waste Management Facilities.
  • All blue box materials - recycling carts are provided
    There is no charge for blue box materials at the Waste Management Facility.

NOTICE:
All loads to be tarped to reduce debris on roadside. Loads that are not secured may be refused.

Tipping Fees

Please refer to the current fees and charges bylaw schedule ( Public Works - Environmental - Solid Waste section ) for current rates.

To assist you at the landfill and transfer station, staff are available to direct you to the appropriate areas for the placement of recyclables and wastes.

For further information call public works department @ 519-449-2451 or email us at Public Works Department

Are there any other local disposal options available?

For further information on alternative disposal options for fridges and freezers please visit https://saveonenergy.ca/Consumer/Programs/Appliance-Retirement.aspx

See the links below to be redirected to find local outlets able to receive your MHSW, WEEE, tires and others.

For further information on alternative locations available to dispose of MHSW materials, please visit www.makethedrop.ca

ERIC imageFor further information on alternative locations available to dispose of Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment (WEEE), please visit www.recycleyourelectronics.ca

For further information on alternative locations available to dispose of used tires, please visit www.ontarioTS.ca

For information on locations available to dispose of Batteries, please visit www.call2recycle.ca

For further information on upcoming changes to the ways that wastes are manged in Ontario, please visit www.wdo.ca and www.stewardshipontario.ca

CleanFarms™ provides farmers with tools to help minimize their environmental footprint through FREE programs such as the Empty pesticide container recycling program and the Obsolete pesticide collection campaign. Please visit www.cleanfarms.ca to learn how your farm can participate.

 
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