The Municipality will be picking up Leaf and Yard Waste in the Residential Areas of West Lorne and Rodney on
November 4, 2019 & November 5, 2019
November 25, 2019 & November 26, 2019
• Please have Leaves bagged in Paper Yard Material Bags ONLY
• Tie Brush into bundles; the branches must be less than 1 metre (39 inches) in length and each branch less than 10 centimetres (4 inches) in diameter
• All materials must be curbside by 7:00 am on day of pick up.
No Burning of Leaves in Residential Area
Click here to view the BluMetric Presentation for West Elgin:
The West Elgin Landfill Site Presentation
Click here to view the BluMetric Report for West Elgin:
The West Elgin Landfill Site Update
New - Composters available at the Municipal Office
The compost bin is an efficient, durable, and economical tool that saves money and provides many benefits for homeowners and gardeners.
Manufactured of 100% recycled content, its single-unit main body construction means no difficult assembly, and no structural integrity issues in extreme weather conditions.
The animal and pest resistant lid twists for variable ventilation control, and covers a large 20.25” (51.43 cm) opening that offers easy, generous access to add material
and maintain the pile. Compost bins fit easily in the back seat of a regular sedan for easy transport. Backyard composting is an effective and economical organics diversion solution.
Fore more information about the Composters please visit:
Capacity: 11 feet cubed / 311.5 litres
Height: 33 inches / 83.8 cm
Width: 31 inches / 78.7 cm Lid
Diameter: 20.25 inches / 51.4 cm
$40 (including HST) In Stock, at the Municipal Office. Pick up yours today!
Landfill Locations and Hours
20385 Downie Line,
Landfill Site Hours:
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 9am-4pm
If you have any questions or concerns call:
Municipality of West Elgin 519-785-0560
Collection Schedule - Please have by the curb by 7 a.m. 6 bag limit.
(The schedule includes information on proper recycling, sorting, and a list of unacceptable items for curbside pickup)
Please note: Tags will be placed on garbage and recycling that is unfit for collection. If you find a yellow, Non-Compliance
tag on your garbage or recycling, it will indicate the reason the item was not picked up as part of normal garbage or recycling
pick up. If you have any questions please contact the Municipal Office at 519-785-0560.
Orange Drop is an industry-funded recycling program aimed at keeping hazardous and special waste materials out of Ontario’s landfills and waterways.
The Orange Drop Program allows Ontarians to return designated materials to local Municipal HHW Depots, retail sites and collection events across Ontario.
Visit the Orange Drop website
Hazardous Waste (Not accepted at the landfill site)
- Pesticides/ herbicides/ chemicals
- Unused medications (should be returned to the drugstore)
- Tar & felt roofing
Recycling Depots not Dumps
Proper sorting and the elimination of contamination are one of the keys to the success of any recycling program. By placing mixed recyclables in one bin at your depot
you could potentially contaminate an entire truckload of product. Your cooperation in placing materials in the proper containers is greatly appreciated.
Have you ever wondered where your recyclables get processed? Have a virtual tour of the recycling facility by watching this informative video.
Fees and Charges
You can view the full list of Fees and Charges in By-Law 2019-15
Blue Box Replacement - $8 + HST
Landfill - Tipping Fees
Pick up load - $25 (tax exempt)
1/2 pick up load - $12.50 (tax exempt)
Stake or dump truck - $50 (tax exempt)