In Steady Hands

Claystone is led by a committed and experienced group dedicated to combining everything we’ve learned across long and distinguished careers with new ways of thinking. This blend of wisdom and flexibility has allowed us to continually drive the field forward in numerous areas of innovation while earning us a reputation for trustworthy operational excellence.

Board of Directors

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Meryl is a proven leader whose expansive career highlights include multiple roles in municipal government and private legal practice, having had the honour of serving as both Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs and Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism for Alberta.

A seasoned Corporate Director, Guy has extensive experience in the Alberta energy industry, most noted for his many years of dedicated service to EPCOR Utilities, during which time he served as CFO and oversaw the company’s significant and successful expansion across North America.

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A Chartered Accountant with a long and distinguished history in both public and private ventures, Ron has worked in an executive capacity in numerous fields, including healthcare, biotechnology, and insurance. Ron is currently the Chief Financial Officer of the Workers’ Compensation Board Alberta.
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Deeply invested in the communities of northwestern Alberta, Bernd’s career as a highly-accomplished executive has seen him provide strategic and operational planning and execution, primarily as the CEO of Aquatera Utilities from 2003 to 2019.

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A conduit and connector by nature, Cathy has provided strategic support in the public, private, and non-profit sectors, having advised municipalities, post-secondary institutions, agricultural companies, healthcare industry providers, as well as political figures.

As a senior executive and corporate finance advisor with an extensive three-decade career, David’s expertise, strategic planning, leadership, and transactional skills are a powerful mix that allows him to drive meaningful change for an organization. David is currently the President of TrailWise Capital.

A Professional Engineer and a graduate of the University of Alberta, Naseem’s career incorporates a mix of hands-on engineering and project management expertise, executive and company management, and board governance. Naseem enjoys working with complex organizations and is focused primarily on all aspects of sustainable cities and communities.

Senior Management Team

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Corey, Professional Biologist, who completed his education at the University of Saskatchewan, brings extensive expertise in both the environmental and utility fields, encompassing water and wastewater treatment, distribution, collection, and solid waste management. He has garnered valuable experience in both the private consulting sector and public administration within municipal public works.

Dedicated to continuous learning, Corey is actively pursuing further education in the natural sciences, governance, and executive management. His visionary approach and proficiency in enhancing waste management facilities are driving the expansion of Claystone Waste with sustainable growth.

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Juvy has utilized her expertise as a designated Certified Management Accountant (CMA) across two decades, successfully managing overall finance and administration functions, supporting strategic direction, engaging stakeholders on prudent financial management, and promoting continuous improvement.

Janet is a highly-accomplished senior leader and engineer in solid waste management, having overseen multiple successful high-value projects throughout Alberta and British Columbia. Her previous experiences and connections with Albertan municipalities and environmental work make her an invaluable addition to our team.

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Jason is a Chartered Professional Accountant who specializes in financial management, business process, strategic planning, and budgeting and financial analysis, bringing over 10 years of experience in the utilities, healthcare, and waste management sectors.

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Jeanie has spent 20+ years in the HR profession focussing on organization and management team effectiveness. Claystone Leadership, with their strategic direction, will engage employees to enable their maximum contribution.

Meaghan has been with Claystone since 2014, putting her Master of Science in Engineering from the University of New Brunswick to good use managing the capital program. Under her careful watch, Claystone safely and responsibly performs landfill construction, monitors landfill gas emissions, and adheres to strict environmental compliance guidelines.

Lavonne brings over five years of experience in non-profit management within the human services sector and possesses a Bachelor of Management from the University of Lethbridge. She provides governance and administrative support to the Claystone Waste Board of Directors and CEO. Lavonne has strong ties to the Beaver County region and thrives on cultivating relationships within the community.

Viking Transfer Station

Phone: 780-718-7956

Address: 12503 TWP 480

Hours of Operation

Tuesday: 10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Saturday: 10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Viking Transfer Station is CLOSED on statutory holidays.

Accepts

Bagged Household Garbage

Lawn Clippings / Hedge Trimmings

Scrap Wood

Large Item Waste (pending space availability)

Recycling

Electronics

Paint

Used Oil, Filters, and Containers

Automotive Batteries

Paper and Cardboard

Propane Bottles

Metal

Freon-Containing Appliances

Twine

Tires

Pesticide and Herbicide Containers (Triple-Rinsed)

Kinsella Transfer Station

Phone: 780-663-2038

Address: 46418 Range Road 113

Hours of Operation

Wednesday: 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Friday: 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Kinsella Transfer station is CLOSED on statutory holidays.

Accepts

Bagged Household Garbage

Lawn Clippings / Hedge Trimmings

Scrap Wood

Large Item Waste (pending space availability)

Recycling

Propane Bottles

Metal

Ryley Transfer Station

Phone: 780-663-2083

Address: 50117 Range Road 173

Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Ryley Transfer Station is OPEN on statutory holidays.

Accepts

Bagged Household Garbage

Lawn Clippings / Hedge Trimmings

Scrap Wood

Large Item Waste (pending space availability)

Recycling

Electronics

Paint

Used Oil, Filters, and Containers

Antifreeze

Automotive Batteries

Tires

Propane Bottles

Metal

Freon-Containing Appliances

Twine

Grain Bags (Machine Rolled)

Pesticide and Herbicide Containers (Triple-Rinsed)

Tofield Transfer Station

Phone: 780-662-2731

Address: 51032 Range Road 191

Hours of Operation

Wednesday: 10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Friday: 10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Saturday: 10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Tofield Transfer Station is CLOSED on statutory holidays

Accepts

Bagged Household Garbage

Lawn Clippings / Hedge Trimmings

Scrap Wood

Large Item Waste (pending space availability)

Recycling

Electronics

Paper and Cardboard

Propane Bottles

Metal

Freon-Containing Appliances

Lindbrook Transfer Station

Phone: 780-662-2704

Address: 51008 Range Road 201

Hours of Operation

Tuesday: 10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Thursday: 11:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Saturday: 10:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Lindbrook Transfer Station is CLOSED on statutory holidays.

Accepts

Bagged Household Garbage

Lawn Clippings / Hedge Trimmings

Scrap Wood

Large Item Waste (pending space availability)

Recycling

Electronics

Paint

Used Oil, Filters, and Containers

Antifreeze

Automotive Batteries

Paper and Cardboard

Propane Bottles

Metal

Freon-Containing Appliances

Tires

Bicycle Tires