Curbside Waste Education Program
The Curbside Waste Education Program is complete for 2019. The Team visited 6,612 houses on 152 streets. 1,191 households got a "Thank You!" sticker for sorting and setting out their waste correctly. See you next year!
The Curbside Waste Education Program Team is out in St. Albert neighbourhoods this summer doing quick checks on waste collection days.
By conducting curbside waste education, the Team hopes to:
- Encourage proper waste sorting by households
- Encourage proper waste set out of carts and bags at the curb
- Be available to answer questions from residents in their neighbourhoods on their collection days
- Gather information on common waste questions to improve the information provided to residents
Door hangers and stickers have been left behind to provide some helpful tips for your household.
Summary Reports for the Curbside Waste Education Program
See how many households the Curbside Waste Education Team visited, what the common errors were, and more! Click on the annual reports below for more information.
Nominate Your House
Are you “waste wise” and want to prove it to your neighbours?
If you think you sort and set out your waste correctly, you can nominate your household and street to receive a visit from the Curbside Waste Education Program Team.
Fill out the Curbside Waste Education Program's Nomination Form
Did you receive a door hanger or sticker?
You’re Waste Wise!
You’re Waste Wise! Thank you for sorting and setting out your waste correctly! Households who sort and set out their waste correctly will receive a sticker on their Green Organics Cart. Keep up the good work!
Oops! What Goes Where?
There was an issue with your waste sorting this week.
Unacceptable materials may increase program costs, may be dangerous for collection and lower the quality of compost of the Green Organics Cart.
Please refer to the specific notes on your door hanger, or on your orange "Oops!" sticker.
Consult the Be Waste Wise App or the Be WasteWise: “What Goes Where?” Quick Sorting List for sorting tips.
Oops! Extra Garbage
Please do not overfill carts or place additional garbage on the lid.
The lid on the cart should fully close. To reduce litter and prevent materials from becoming stuck, please do not pack or cram materials into the cart.
Extra garbage tags are available for purchase at City Hall, Fountain Park Pool or Servus Place for $2.25 each. Extra bags can then be disposed of at the Mike Mitchell Recycling Depot (7 Chevigny Street).
If you consistently have more garbage than will fit into your Brown Garbage Cart, please contact Utilities Services at 780-459-1520, Option 2 to request a larger sized cart.
Oops! Curb Your Cart
Please place your carts out by 7:00 a.m. on your household’s waste collection day.
Carts should point to the center of the road, as indicated by the arrows on the lid.
Ensure your carts are a minimum of an arm’s length (1 m) distance from all obstacles. Please do not park vehicles close to the carts.
It is important to follow these steps to ensure the truck can pick up your Green Organics Cart and Brown Garbage Cart safely.
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Last edited: December 12, 2019