County Council has passed the Sangudo Utility Bylaw, which came into effect on Feb. 25 and shows a rate increase of 5%.
The County has launched a two-year expanded electronics pilot project to help protect our environment by keeping more electronic equipment out of our main landfill. Help expand the good news!
Effective January 1, 2021, the fee for wastewater hauled to lagoons within the Lac Ste. Anne County boundaries will be increased to $55.00 per legal load.
When disposing of wood ashes at the County landfill or transfer stations, please dump them onto the fire screen - not into bins.
The 2020 Budget and 2019 Audited Financial Statements for the Highway 43 East Waste Commission are now available in digital and hard copy formats.
Effective the week of June 29 to July 5, 2020, all transfer station attendants will be scanning transfer station cards again.
Be alert to the potential risks in dormant water systems, and reduce those risks when preparing for re-entry.
Check out the definitive list of household hazardous waste that's accepted at Lac Ste. Anne County Regional Landfill and transfer stations.