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Waste Management

 Waste Management is a program of the Planning and Infrastructure Department responsible for overseeing how waste is managed in the Sagamok community.  Waste Management directly manages the Sagamok landfill site, providing operational and maintenance functions that will ensure the long-term safe and effective use of the existing landfill site. 

 

Household Garbage Curbside Pickup

Waste Management provides curbside pickup of household garbage on Thursdays.  There is a two bag limit and each bag must not exceed 22 kilograms (40 lbs.). 

Household Recycling Curbside Pickup

Household recycling pickup is every Tuesday, recyclable materials accepted are:

Corrugated Cardboard-please flatten the cardboard box prior to placing out for collection.

Box Board-cereal boxes, shoe boxes, etc., please remove insert and flatten box.

Paper and Paper Products-office paper, junk mail, news paper, etc.

Tin/Steel Cans-please rinse cans, ensure no food residue on/in container before placing in the blue bin.

Aluminum Cans-soda cans, cat/dog food cans, please rinse any food residue before placing in blue bin.   

Plastics-water bottles, soda bottles, detergent containers, bleach containers, milk jugs, any plastic bottle or container with the resin code # 1 and # 2.  Please rinse containers before placing in blue bin.

Plastic Bags-place all plastic bags into one bag before putting into blue bin.

  

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Landfill Hours of Operation

Monday - Wednesday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Sunday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

***Please note that use of the Sagamok landfill is restricted to residents of the Sagamok community

 

 

There are designated areas at the landfill for household hazardous waste and construction waste.  When there is enough hazardous waste, it will be delivered to the Household Hazardous Waste Depot in Espanola for proper disposal.  There are separate areas for cement based materials, lumber, asphalt shingles, metals, and fiberglass insulation (which must be double bagged) before disposing at the landfill.  If any building materials can be re-used, it is recommended that they be placed in a separate area at the landfill.  Interested persons can  collect any reusable construction materials that are put aside.