Hartland Public Drop-off Depot

To access the Hartland Depot, follow the signs to the general public scale where the attendant will direct you for unloading. Some items are charged by weight, others are subject to a recycling fee and some materials are accepted at no charge.

Note:

  • Maximum vehicle size: 5,500kg GVW.
  • Charges will apply for some business recycling.
  • All loads must be covered and secured (penalties in effect).
  • New: Effective July 2, 2024 asphalt shingles and treated wood (painted, stained engineered wood products) will be banned from general refuse. 
  • Reminder: Clean wood is banned from general refuse. Clean wood (pallets, lumber off-cuts) must arrive separated from other materials and be placed in the clean wood bin.

Free (no charge items)

CRD residents - No charge

Rates and Pay-by-Weight Items

Recycling

$6/residents

  • Tires on rims (automotive) (5 per visit)

$26/commercial haulers

  • Tires on rims (automotive) (5 per charge)
  • Paper products and packaging (Recycle BC materials)

Diversion Streams

$80/tonne + $10 bin user fee

  • Clean wood (pallets, crating and lumber cut-offs. Must arrive separated from other materials and be placed in the clean wood bin)

$150/tonne + $10 bin user fee

  • Mattresses and box springs
  • Treated wood (pressure treated, painted or stained. Pre-approval is required for wood subflooring or wood studs removed from underneath drywall, plaster or stucco)
$140/tonne

$59/tonne, $10 minimum

$110/tonne, $10 minimum

  • Branches and stumps (greater than 3" dia)

Effective July 2, 2024 asphalt shingles and treated wood (painted, stained engineered wood products) will be accepted at $110/tonne.


Landfill Disposal

$150/tonne + $10 bin user fee

  • General refuse (no banned materials)
  • Renovation/demolition waste (pre-approval required)
  • New: Effective July 2, 2024 asphalt shingles and treated wood (painted, stained engineered wood products) will be banned from general refuse. 
  • Reminder: Clean wood (pallets, lumber off-cuts) is banned from general refuse.

Reusable Items Accepted

In partnership with local non-profit organizations, the following reusable items are accepted at the Hartland Depot (no charge):

  • Clothing (clean, dry and bagged or boxed)
  • Bicycles
  • Paint (fuller cans of new paint can be dropped off, customers can take paint)

Learn more about the collection of reusable items at Hartland Depot and donation opportunities in the community.

What Happens to Recycling?

Items collected for recycling at Hartland Depot are accepted on behalf of various Extended Producer Responsibility programs. For more information on what happens to items once collected visit the programs' websites.

Extended Producer Responsibility Programs

Recycle BC - Residential packaging and paper products such as cardboard, mixed paper, glass bottles and jars, mixed containers, flexible plastics, plastic bags and overwrap, foam trays and blocks, etc.

Major Appliance Recycling Roundtable (MARR) - Large appliances such as refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, etc.

ElectroRecycle - Small appliances and power tools.

Call2Recycle - Batteries (household, rechargeable, e-mobility and automotive), cell phones, cameras, laptops, etc. 

Return-It - Beverage containers.

Product Care - Lightbulbs and lighting equipment, paint, smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, pesticides, etc.

Interchange - Motor oil, oil filters, empty oil containers.

Thermostat Recovery Program - Thermostats.

Tire Stewardship BC - Automotive tires, bicycle tires and tubes.

Outdoor Power Equipment Institute Canada (OPEIC) - Electric outdoor power equipment.

Expanded Hours Pilot

Hartland Landfill’s new Saturday hours are 7am to 5pm, adding three extra hours (2pm - 5pm) for a one-year pilot period.

New Material Sorting Rules

Effective July 2, 2024 asphalt shingles and treated wood (painted, stained engineered wood products) will not be accepted as regular garbage. Separated loads of treated wood and separated loads of asphalt shingles will be accepted for recycling or energy recovery at a reduced tipping fee. Read the media release or factsheet for more details. 

Hartland Information

Cover Your Load

All loads must be covered and secured in order to reduce litter on roadways. Vehicles arriving with uncovered and/or unsecured loads will be charged double the normal fee or be subject to a fine.

Questions? Contact Us

Email
250.360.3030
1.800.663.4425