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Changes to the Curbside Collection Schedule

During the weeks of Christmas and New Year, your curbside garbage and recycling schedule will be delayed by a day.

Tuesday collections will be moved to Wednesday, December 27 and January 3
Wednesday collections will be moved to Thursday, December 28 and January 4
Thursday collections will be moved to Friday December 29 and January 5

A friendly reminder to break down and flatten all large cardboard boxes for recycling. Boxes should be no larger than two feet by two feet. Styrofoam and bubble wrap should be placed with your garbage. Think green for the holidays!



Landfill Holiday Schedule

STURGEON FALLS
CLOSED Monday, December 25
CLOSED Tuesday, December 26
CLOSED Monday, January 1
CLOSED Tuesday, January 2

VERNER
No changes to regular hours of operation

FIELD
CLOSED on December 25 and January 1
Holiday Hours of Operation :
Sunday, December 24: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m
Wednesday, December 27: 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
Sunday, December 31: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Wednesday, January 3: 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.

KIPLING
No changes to regular hours of operation

LAVIGNE
No changes to regular hours of operation

RIVER VALLEY
No changes to regular hours of operation

MUSKOSUNG
No changes to regular hours of operation

Holiday Recycling Tips

Be aware of packaging. Styrofoam, bubble wrap and air-filled pouches are not recyclable but can be reused to wrap items for shipping or storage. If you must dispose of these item, put them in the garbage.

Unless it’s 100% paper, most wrapping paper and gift bags are not recyclable. Shiny, metallic, foiled, coated, or glittery paper/bags are not recyclable and should be placed with your garbage.

When placing cardboard boxes at the curbside for collection, remember to break down and flatten large boxes (no larger 2′ x 2′).

Tissue paper, like paper towels, toilet paper and facial tissues are not recyclable. The fibers in these types of paper are not of sufficient quality to make new paper products. Dispose of tissue paper in the garbage.

Ribbons and bows may be pretty, but are not recyclable unless 100% paper. Reuse or dispose of any ribbon or bows in the garbage.










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