Ryley Transfer Station Re-Launched for Waste Reduction Week

This week is Waste Reduction Week in Canada. Waste Reduction Week focuses on the principles of circular economy, resource efficiency, and waste reduction. The program’s primary purpose is to celebrate our environmental efforts and achievements while encouraging new innovative ideas and solutions.

This year for Waste Reduction Week, Claystone Waste would like to introduce the newly renovated Ryley Transfer Station at the Beaver Regional Landfill. Our transfer stations offer residents a safe and easy way of dropping off household garbage and recyclables without having to interact directly with the landfill. Claystone Waste has five transfer stations throughout the county to serve our residents, offering various recycling programs as well as receiving waste.

The planning and construction of the new Ryley Transfer Station has taken shape over the past year and it is now in use. We have expanded the area to the north of the existing public drop-off to further remove residents from the main travel artery to the landfill face allowing for more service possibilities. After the groundwork was completed, the pesticide shed, oil shack, paint shed and ag-plastics barriers were moved into position.

The transfer will continue to evolve as we further develop the site. It is already much more user friendly, safer, and tidier. We hope you enjoy the upgraded facility and the additions as they continue to be developed.

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