Working Together to Rethink Waste

The CRD is developing a new solid waste management plan to reduce how much material is sent to Hartland Landfill and guide how the region's waste is managed in a safe, secure and sustainable way now and in the future.

The draft plan includes proposed strategies and actions for reducing and managing all streams of solid waste—including recyclables, compostable material and garbage—with an eye to extending the life of Hartland Landfill to 2100 and beyond.

Share Your Feedback

Public engagement is a key part of developing the region's solid waste management plan and the CRD is welcoming feedback from residents on the draft plan until February 15.

Capital region residents are invited to review the draft plan and FAQs, learn what the CRD has heard so far and provide feedback on this draft.

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Thank You for Joining

Gregor Craigie, host of CBC's On The Island, and CRD staff broadcast a virtual information session about the draft plan on December 14.

Thank you to everyone that submitted questions and attended this event:

Additional Consultation Activities

As part of the engagement process on the draft solid waste management plan, CRD staff are initiating focused conversations about this plan with a number of key stakeholders. These activities include:

  • Presentations to First Nations leadership groups from November 2020 to February 2021  
  • Presentations to municipal councils in January and February 2021
  • Hartland site tours for area residents in November 2020
  • Focused conversations with area residents about Hartland Landfill road access in January 2021


The Draft Plan

Hartland Landfill Access

Additional Resources

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