Rural Bin Services

Not in a town or village? No problem. We know that most of central Alberta was built by people living and working remotely, and we can easily accommodate your waste collection needs no matter where you are. One large four cubic yards (three cubic metres) bin can easily handle the average household’s monthly waste. We’ll drop the bin off and then make monthly collections thereafter.

Of course, if you require more large-scale needs, additional bins or pickups can easily be accommodated. We are flexible and committed to delivering service tailored exactly to you.



Contract Type Cost
Initial Bin Placement Fee
Monthly Bin Rental Fee
Additional Bin Tips (More than one tip a month)

Rural Collection Schedule

Route 1 first FULL week of the month

Route 2 collected over the third week

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What We Accept In Rural Bins

Bins should not be loaded with excessive weight. If filled with heavy items, the bin can be too heavy for our trucks to lift. Items such as concrete, shingles, etc., should NOT be placed in residential bins.


Bagged Household Garbage

  • Household garbage should be placed in tied bags to keep it contained and reduce scavengers.
Lawn Clippings / Hedge Trimmings
Scrap Wood

Dry Waste

  • Dry waste should be broken into pieces (i.e., boards no longer than 3 feet or 96cm in length) in order for our truck compaction equipment to safely handle it.

Not Accepted

Concrete, Bricks, Shingles, etc.

Hot OR Cold Ashes

Tires, Auto Bodies, Iron/Steel Products, Batteries

Household Appliances


Animal Carcasses

Large Amounts of Loose Wire

Liquid Waste (e.g., Water, Gasoline, Oil, etc.)

Household Hazardous Waste (e.g., Products containing corrosive, toxic, flammable, or otherwise reactive ingredients – see our Household Hazardous Waste page for more details)

Explosive Materials (e.g., Propane Tanks)

Biomedical Waste

Live Ammunition