Garbage Collection

Residential Garbage Collection


Consult the chart below for information regarding garbage collection in your area.
Please note that garbage must be placed at roadside before 4am on collection day.

Day Region
Monday
The region of Grand-Barachois starting at the limit of Boudreau-Ouest (Dickie Brook) and ending at Bois-Joli Road on Route 133, and on Route 933 up to the Route 15 exit.
Tuesday
The region of Grand-Barachois starting at Bois-Joli Road (residence 1455 Route 133) to the limits of le Village de Cap-Pelé and to the limits of Cormier-Village.
Wednesday
The region of Cormier-Village, Saint-André-LeBlanc and Haute-Aboujagane with civic addresses after 892 Route 933 and after 175 Aboujagane road, including side roads. 
Thursday
The region of Botsford (Petit-Cap, Portage, Shemogue and Trois-Ruisseaux).
Friday The region of Boudreau-Ouest, properties on Route 933 south starting at the Route 15 exit towards Haute-Aboujagane up to 891 Route 933 and properties on Aboujagane road for addresses 1 to 175 Aboujagane road. Roads off of Route 933 are included.
 
Holidays - Regular Garbage Collection
The regular garbage collection will not be done on the following Holidays. The collection will be done the following day, except for New Brunswick Day when the Monday collection will be done on Saturday.
- July 1st, 2016 (Canada Day)
- August 1st, 2016 (New Brunswick Day) - collection on August 6th
- December 25th, 2016 (Christmas)
- January 1st, 2017 (New Year's Day) 
 

 Special garbage collection in 2016

Day Region
June 6th
August 8th
October 17th 
Region where the regular collection is usually done on
MONDAY
June 7th
August 9th
October 18th 
Region where the regular collection is usually done on
TUESDAY
June 8th
August 10th
October 19th 
Region where the regular collection is usually done on
WEDNESDAY
 June 9th
August 11th
October 20th 
Region where the regular collection is usually done on
THURSDAY
June 10th
August 12th
October 21st
Region where the regular collection is usually done on
FRIDAY

 Instructions for Special Collections

- Waste must not be on the roadside more than a week before the collection date.

- Waste must be at roadside before 4 am on collection day.

- You must separate waste for the special collection and waste for the regular collection.

- Building materials will not be picked up during the special collection, like wood, insulation materials, Sheetrock and roofing materials.

- A maximum of 5 large items will be collected per residence (such as household appliances or white goods). 

- A maximum of 8 car tires, without the rims, will be collected.

- All other waste must be properly bundled and not weigh more than 23 kg (50 lbs). 

- Tree branches must be bundled and not exceed 60 cm (23 inches) in length and not weigh more than 23 kg (50 lbs). 

- Household Hazardous Waste (HHW), such as cleaning products, paint or fertilizer, will not be collected.

- Non-collectable waste, such as car parts or any equipment having a gas or oil tank, will not be collected.

 

 

Household Hazardous Waste Collection

 
For safety and environmental reasons, Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) should not be included in your regular waste. Hazardous waste is not only hazardous to the environment, but also anyone who comes into contact with it.
 
Collections for HHW will be held in our area at the following dates and locations:
 
- Thursday, May 19th, 2016 from 2 pm to 7 pm at the Grand-Barachois Hall in Beaubassin-est
- Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 from 2 pm to 7 pm at the Grand-Barachois Hall in Beaubassin-est
 
For more information on the Household Hazardous Waste, contact RecycleSENB at 877-1040 or go to their web site: www.recyclesenb.com.
 

 

 

 

Mandatory waste separation program

 

 

 
The Beaubassin-est Rural Community adopted a by-law to make the sorting of wet and dry waste mandatory, effective April 30th, 2011. The public is advised that persons who dispose of waste through the waste collection and disposal service shall ensure that waste is separated into Green Waste and Blue Waste, as stipulated in the By-law 2009-04B. Waste that wasn’t sorted or placed in transparent green and blue bags will not be picked up.
 
Please note that if you put non-compliant waste roadside, it will be left behind with an orange sticker. Residents are required to remove their waste from the curb, sort it properly, and place it again the following week. A complete wet/dry list is available on-line at www.recyclesenb.com
 
Green Waste
 
Green waste is placed in a green transparent bag, and includes compostable products. Green is food and yard waste - never glass.
 
Blue Waste
 
Blue waste is placed in a blue transparent bag, and includes dry items, made up of both recyclables and non-recyclables. Blue is recyclables, like glass, plastic, cardboard and paper - never food waste.
 
For more information, contact RecycleSENB at 877-1040 or go to their Web Site at www.recyclesenb.com
 
 

Paint Recycling Program

 
Leftover paint? Recycle it! Getting rid of your leftover paint in New Brunswick is not only easy but it’s free too! Just bring your paint to any of the many collection points across the province and you’ll be doing your part to protect the environment and preserve our valuable resources through recycling.
 
You can bring your leftover paint at the Paint Recycling Depot located at the Shediac Redeem Center at 610 Maint Street in Shediac. Opening hours arer Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm, and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. For more information, call 532-4422.
 
To find other Paint Recycling Depot or to learn what products are accepted by the program, visit www.recyclenb.com or call 1-888-322-8473. The New Brunswick Paint Recycling Program is brought to you by Product Care Association on behalf of the manufacturers and retailers of paint in New Brunswick. For more information, visit www.productcare.org.

 

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Saturday night Jam

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