The Municipal Joint Services Board is issuing a request for proposals (RFP) for services related to supply and construction of one (1) membrane covered structure to house and process organic waste materials at the Lunenburg Regional Community Recycling Centre in Whynott’s Settlement,NS.
Black bears have been spotted in several communities within the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg this spring and summer. Bears may be attracted to the smell of waste.
The Department of Natural Resources offers information about what attracts bears and how to keep them away.
|Ask your contractor, waste hauler or roofer for proof of responsible disposal.
Request a copy of the waste disposal receipt from the Lunenburg Regional Community Recycling Centre with your bill.
For more information, call (902) 543-2991.
The Lunenburg Regional Community Recycling Centre will be closed Monday, August 7, 2017.
Waste collection for August 7 has been re-scheduled for the Town of Bridgewater and the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg for Saturday, August 5. Waste must be curbside by 8:00 am in the Town and 7:00 am in the Municipality on August 5. For more information, call (902) 543-2991.
The Lunenburg Regional Community Recycling Centre now has a Facebook page. Get updates about holiday waste collections, clean-ups, storm cancellations and other waste-related information.
The Lunenburg Regional Community Recycling Centre is selling compost for the 2017 season. Compost works great when mixed with soil for growing veggies and flowers. Try top dressing your lawn with it too!
NEW! Try a sample of the compost in a resusable tote, for $5.00.
Tote Refill $3.00
|Half cubic yard (half ton truck load)||$ 9.00|
|1 - 25 cubic yards||$18.00|
|26 - 100 cubic yards||$15.00|
Call (902) 543-2991 for more information. Compost is available for sale during regular hours of operation. The site loads your trailer or truck for you.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
Paper coffee cups and waxy cold drink cups do not break down during the composting process.
The plastic liners and waxy coatings on these cups cause contamination. Please put them in the garbage—not in your green cart.
Let’s make better compost. For more information, call (902) 543-2991.
Did You Know?
Compostable bags get stuck in grinding equipment at the Composting Facility. These bags do not fully break down and contaminate compost.