Hartland landfill is owned and operated by the CRD and is located about 14 km northwest of Victoria.

Hours & Rates

Hartland operates from Monday through Saturday and is closed on Statutory holidays.


Hartland is located at #1 Hartland Avenue.

Public Drop-off Area

Recyclables, household hazardous waste, reusable items, mattresses, yard and garden material as well as small loads of garbage are accepted.

Banned Items

A list of materials that are strictly prohibited from landfill disposal at Hartland.

Controlled Waste Disposal

Controlled waste disposal at Hartland landfill requires a permit. Environmental Protection staff respond to enquiries regarding wastes, review applications and issue controlled waste permits.

Asbestos Disposal

The Hartland Landfill accepts asbestos waste for disposal on an appointment basis.

Environmental Monitoring

The Hartland Landfill Environmental Programs provide a comprehensive program to monitor and evaluate the effects of landfilling operations on the environment.

New & Continuing Registered Account Customer Information

Information for new or current customers, including frequently asked questions and an application form.

Why is Hartland a landfill and not a dump?

Hartland landfill began as an unregulated dump site in the mid-1950s. In 1985, the CRD took over operation of the site. Since that time, over $33 million has been invested in site infrastructure and environmental controls. Due to these improvements, Hartland is no longer a dump, but an engineered sanitary landfill.

How are we doing?

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