Strathcona Eco Station (5150 99 Street) will close for renovations beginning Sunday October 28, 2018 and will reopen in spring 2019.
Please visit one of our other stations: Ambleside, Coronation or Kennedale.
5 Easy Steps to Plan Your Trip
- Check the hours and decide which location is most convenient
- Look over the acceptable items list
- At arrival let attendant know what items you are dropping off
- Based on items they will determine if there is any fee for disposal
- The attendant will let you know where to unload your items
Vehicle Size Restrictions
Maximum vehicle size: one tonne
Maximum trailer length: 3 metres
Eco Stations are convenient waste drop-off facilities where you can bring electronics and household hazardous waste like paint, batteries and lights bulbs, and anything that does not belong in your garbage.
Cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Interac.
Small items: $8 each
Chairs or comparable volume
Large items: $15 each
Mattress, box spring, sofa or comparable volume
Items requiring CFC removal: $15 each
Fridge, freezer, air conditioner
Yard waste, loose waste or mixed load
Partial load: $28 per load
Level half-tonne: $38 per load
Heaping half-tonne: $48 per load
Cube van: subject to viewing
brush, tree trimmings, garden waste, soil / gravel, lumber, concrete pieces, wood / vinyl siding, shingles, windows, fencing
Eco Station attendants have final say about the acceptability of items and the charges applied to each load.
Eco Stations DO NOT accept
Commercial hazardous waste
Commercial biomedical waste
The following items should be taken to your community police station.
Please call 780-423-4567 first.
motor oil, antifreeze, gas, diesel, oil filters, batteries and parts, tires (passenger car and truck, motorcycle and ATV tires only)
bleach, drain, toilet and oven cleaners
Electronics and appliances
anything with a cord or a battery, computers/TVs (maximum 20 monitors per visit), lawnmowers, power tools, stoves, washing machines Lawn and garden: herbicides, pesticides, fertilizer
all light bulbs, fluorescent tubes and lighting fixtures
Commercial fee for light bulbs: $1 per tube and 50 cents per CFC
(empty or full cans, including aerosols), thinner, turpentine, varnish
newspaper, metal cans, plastic bags
Reuse Centre Materials
acceptable material only
BBQs, bicycles, rebar
only tires managed under the Provincial Tire Recycling Program will be accepted from residential customers
batteries (all kinds), aerosol cans, propane tanks or bottles, fire extinguishers, syringes, glue