Garbage and Recycling

COVID-19 Notice

The Township of North Kawartha is taking actions to help protect the health of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic. To that end, the Township will take a “staggered” approach to re-opening the North KawarthaWilson Park, and Glen Alda Community Centres, in compliance with Provincial Government orders, and Peterborough Public Health recommendations, under the “Yellow Protect Zone” public health measures. Please visit the Township website’s COVID-19 page to stay informed of additional closures/changes to Township services, amenities, and programs 

As Garbage and Recycling Collection is deemed an essential service, the Waste/Transfer Stations will maintain regular hours but will not be accepting Re-Use Depot items until further notice. In addition, the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Depot at the Anstruther Transfer Station will remain closed until further notice. Curbside Collection will continue as per the normal schedule. To support social distancing, residents are encouraged to use Curbside Collection.  

The garbage/recycling program in North Kawartha consists of Curbside Garbage and Recycling Collection, and 2 Transfer Stations.

Curbside Collection

Monday Garbage and Recycling Map

Thursday Garbage and Recycling Map

Pick Up Days By Road Name
  • Garbage and recycling is to be set out by 7 am the day of collection, and NOT before the day of collection.
  • Please do not put loose garbage in containers.
  • Residents on private roads must ensure that roads are passable. Passable conditions shall include snowplowing, sanding and/or salting.

Missed Garbage or Recycling Collection

  • If the Contractor (Waste Connections) misses picking up your garbage, please contact Waste Connections directly at 705-742-4268, or Gary Geraldi (Director of Parks and Recreation/Waste Management) at 705-656-3619 as soon as possible. Reporting without delay will ensure that any concerns are addressed as they occur, through the use of Waste Connections' very sophisticated GPS tracking system. You may also email Gary by clicking here. In your email please be sure to include your name, address and phone number.   
  • If the Contractor (Emterra) misses emptying your recycling blue box, please contact Emterra directly at 705-742-3139, or the County of Peterborough 705-775-2737 as soon as possible. Reporting without delay will ensure that any concerns are addressed as they occur, through the use of Emterra's very sophisticated GPS tracking system.
  • If your garbage or recycling is cancelled due to extreme weather conditions, please place out at your next scheduled pick up.
  • If you missed your garbage or recycling collection, you may put a bag tag on the garbage bag and take it to the nearest transfer station, or put it out at your next collection day. Blue box recycling does not require bag tags. 

Holiday Schedules

The Curbside Garbage and Recycling Collection will not be affected on any Statutory Holiday from Easter Monday to Thanksgiving Monday, inclusive. During these holidays, Curbside Garbage and Recycling Collection will run as normal. The exception is Family Day. On Family Day of each year there WILL BE be Recycling Collection, but NO Curbside Garbage Collection. Garbage Collection will resume the following Monday, and residents can put out double the standard allowance.

North Kawartha's Curbside Collection Program

The Township of North Kawartha implemented a curbside garbage and recycling collection program in 2004. The Recycling Program for all eight Townships in Peterborough County, whether curbside or at the transfer stations, is administered by the County of Peterborough, in co-operation with the Township. The Township administers garbage collection, either at the curbside or in the transfer stations, and oversees servicing all roads within the Township for curbside collection. This includes Municipal, Private, and Fire Route Roads.

Garbage and Recycling is collected on the same day. Please refer to the detailed maps above, to confirm your collection date. In summary, all roads north of Long Lake Road will have both their garbage and recycling collected on Mondays. Long Lake Road and south, will have a Thursday collection day for both garbage and recycling.  

Recycling Contract Q&A 

The County of Peterborough entered into a new collection contract on November 1, 2019, with the company Emterra. Click on this link to find complete answers to questions about the change in the Company providing this service (recycling collection), as well as the impact this change will have for North Kawartha residents, and the residents of Peterborough County. If you're looking for a quick summary of FAQs regarding this change, click here.

Garbage Bag Tag Program

Bag Tag Program

Residential untagged household waste is subject to a fee of $1.00 per each standard size garbage bag measuring 76cm x 94cm (30” x 37”).

  • Residential establishments are allowed one (1) bag/container of household garbage, weekly, for free, as part of the Curbside Collection program.

    • Up to two (2) additional bags/containers can be picked up. However, each additional bag/container will require a bag tag issued by the Township of North Kawartha.

Commercial, untagged, household waste is subject to a fee of $1.50 per each standard size garbage bag measuring 76cm x 94cm (30” x 37”).

  • Commercial establishments are allowed two (2) bags/containers of household garbage, weekly, for free, as part of the Curbside Collection program..

    • Up to five (5) additional bags/containers can be picked up. However, each additional bag/container will require a bag tag issued by the Township of North Kawartha.
  • All containers are to be no larger than 68 litres (17 gallons) and no heavier than 18kg (40lbs).
  • If bags are to be used, they should be no larger than 76cm x 94cm (30" x 37").

Township of North Kawartha residents can also elect to use either of the  2 Transfer Stations, but must present their Waste Site Passes for each visit.

The Pass has a $40 value as there are "punch holes" for $20 worth of bag tags, and a free appliance with a refrigerant, which is $20. 

The punch holes on the Pass may be exchanged for bag tags to be used for additional bags of garbage with the Curbside Collection program or at the Transfer Stations. You may exchange the punch holes for bag tags, in person, at the Municipal Office, or at either Transfer Station.

Transfer Stations and Other Waste Facilities

Transfer Stations Daily/Weekly Calendar

Transfer Stations Hours Information Line: 705-656-4361

2020-21 Winter Schedule (downloadable)

Monday, September 14, 2020 up to and including Sunday, May 30, 2021
Open Holiday Mondays with Sunday hours
Closed Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and Family Day

Anstruther Winter Operating Hours

  • Monday - Closed
  • Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 1 pm to 4 pm
  • Wednesday, Friday from 9 am to 12 pm
  • Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm 

Haultain Winter Operating Hours

  • Monday - Closed
  • Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 9 am to 12 pm
  • Wednesday, Friday from 1 pm to 4 pm
  • Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm

2021 Summer Schedule (downloadable)

Monday, May 31, 2021 up to and including Sunday, September 12, 2021
Open Holiday Mondays with Sunday hours

Anstruther Summer Operating Hours

  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10 am to 1 pm
  • Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 2 pm to 6 pm
  • Sunday from 12 pm to 8 pm 

Haultain Summer Operating Hours

  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 2 pm to 6 pm
  • Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 10 am to 1 pm
  • Sunday from 12 pm to 8 pm 

Anstruther - North Kawartha Transfer Station

The Township of North Kawartha is taking actions to help protect the health of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit our COVID-19 page to stay informed of closures/changes to Township services, amenities, and programs.  

As Garbage and Recycling Collection is deemed an essential service, the Waste/Transfer Stations will maintain regular hours but will not be accepting Re-Use Depot items until further notice. In addition, the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Depot at the Anstruther Transfer Station will remain closed until further notice.

Curbside Collection will continue as per the normal schedule. To support social distancing, residents are encouraged to use Curbside Collection. 

Anstruther Transfer Station

The Anstruther Transfer Station is located at 400 Anstruther Lake Road, Apsley ON K0L 1A0.

On the south side of Anstruther Lake Road, approximately 1km in from Highway 28.

Anstruther Lake Road is approximately 1km south of Apsley, on the west side of Highway 28.

Click here for the Transfer Stations Daily/Weekly Calendar. The Transfer Stations Hours Information Line is 705-656-4361.

Detailed information regarding the Re-Use Depotrecycling, and the disposal of applianceselectronicshazardous wastetextilesleaf & yard wasteorganicsscrap metal, and tires can be found by clicking on the item you're interested in. 

Residential construction and demolition material is allowed, on a seasonal basis and for a fee, at the Anstruther Transfer Station. All fees are listed on our Tipping Fees page.

Note: Currently, we cannot accept Credit or Debit cards at the Transfer Stations. We can accept cash (exact change preferred) or cheque. Cheques made payable to: The Township of North Kawartha. 

Please be prepared to show your Waste Site Pass whenever you enter the Transfer Stations.

As per By-law #40/04, depositing waste in front, behind, or near the gates leading into the waste sites is prohibited. It must be placed in its proper designated place.

2020-21 Winter Schedule (downloadable)

Monday, September 14, 2020 up to and including Sunday, May 30, 2021
Open Holiday Mondays with Sunday hours
Closed Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and Family Day

2021 Summer Schedule (downloadable)

Monday, May 31, 2021 up to and including Sunday, September 12, 2021
Open Holiday Mondays with Sunday hours

Haultain - North Kawartha Transfer Station

The Township of North Kawartha is taking actions to help protect the health of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit our COVID-19 page to stay informed of closures/changes to Township services, amenities, and programs.  

As Garbage and Recycling Collection is deemed an essential service, the Waste/Transfer Stations will maintain regular hours but will not be accepting Re-Use Depot items until further notice. In addition, the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Depot at the Anstruther Transfer Station will remain closed until further notice.

Curbside Collection will continue as per the normal schedule. To support social distancing, residents are encouraged to use Curbside Collection. 

Haultain Transfer Station

The Haultain Transfer Station is located at 6879 Highway 28, Woodview ON K0L 3E0.

On the east side of Highway 28, approximately 18km south of Apsley.

Click here for the Transfer Stations Daily/Weekly Calendar. The Transfer Stations Hours Information Line is 705-656-4361.

Detailed information regarding the Re-Use Depotrecycling, and the disposal of applianceselectronicshazardous wastetextilesleaf & yard wasteorganicsscrap metal, and tires can be found by clicking on the item you're interested in. 

Residential construction and demolition material is allowed, on a seasonal basis and for a fee, at the Anstruther Transfer Station. All fees are listed on our Tipping Fees page.

Note: Currently, we cannot accept Credit or Debit cards at the Transfer Stations. We can accept cash (exact change preferred) or cheque. Cheques made payable to: The Township of North Kawartha. 

Please be prepared to show your Waste Site Pass whenever you enter the Transfer Stations.

As per By-law #40/04, depositing waste in front, behind, or near the gates leading into the waste sites is prohibited. It must be placed in its proper designated place.

2020-21 Winter Schedule (downloadable)

Monday, September 14, 2020 up to and including Sunday, May 30, 2021
The Transfer Stations are open Holiday Mondays with Sunday hours
Closed Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and Family Day

2021 Summer Schedule (downloadable)

Monday, May 31, 2021 up to and including Sunday, September 12, 2021
The Transfer Stations are open Holiday Mondays with Sunday hours

Bensfort Road Waste Management Facility 

Peterborough County/City Landfill Site

1260 Bensfort Road, Peterborough ON K9J 1C5.

Approximately 6km south of the Peterborough By-pass.

Call the Bensfort Road, Waste Management Facility toll-free at 1-855-738-3755 ext. 2150, or see Peterborough County/City Waste Management for more information. 

Peterborough City/County Waste Management reminds you that all material other than bagged household solid waste is subject to applicable tipping rate fees at the Bensfort Road Landfill Site.

Operating hours and guidelines during COVID-19

  • Open Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4:45 pm
  • Open Saturday from 8 am to 3:45 pm
  • Closed Sundays and statutory holidays
  • Residents are asked to limit their use of the landfill to essential disposal only.
  • Cash will not be accepted for payment. Payment may be made with debit, credit or prearranged accounts. Receipts will not be issued.
  • The number of customers allowed on the drop-off platform, bins and tip face will be limited.
  • While in the lineup of vehicles waiting to get into the landfill, all residents must stay in their vehicles and ensure that they are not blocking traffic on Bensfort Road.
Pido Road Household Hazardous Waste Depot

Peterborough County/City Household Hazardous Waste Depot

400 Pido Road, Peterborough ON K9J 6X7.

Available to ratepayers in the County of Peterborough.

Call the Pido Road Household Hazardous Waste Depot at 705-742-7777 ext. 1657, or see Peterborough County/City Waste Management for more information. 

Operating hours and guidelines during COVID-19

  • Open Wednesday to Friday from 11 am to 4 pm
  • Open Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm
Waste Connections County Road 6 Waste Site

County Road 6 Waste Site

348 County Road 6, Douro Dummer ON K0L 2H0
Call 705-652-3505 / 705-742-4268, or see the Waste Connections website for more information.
Hours: Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm (year-round)

Acceptable Material:

  • Basic construction, demolition and renovation debris
  • All wood products
  • Plaster and drywall
  • Bricks, concrete, concrete with rebar
  • Shingles, insulation
  • Household Waste
  • Household items (i.e. couches, mattresses, etc.)
  • Household fixtures (i.e. toilets, sinks, tubs, cupboards)
  • Anything metal goes in the Scrap Metal Bin (Free)

Fees:

All Loads $104/metric tonne, $20 minimum charge
Mattresses $25 per piece

Non-acceptable Material:

  • Liquid waste
  • Tires 
  • Hazardous Waste
  • Boats

Recycling/Blue Boxes

 

Click here for the Recycling/Blue Box Page 

 

Clear Bags Program 

Effective June 1, 2021, ‘Clear’ Bags will become mandatory for the collection of all non-recyclable waste (Garbage) in the Township of North Kawartha. This includes the Curbside Garbage Collection Program, and the Transfer Station Collection of Garbage. 

All Municipalities in Peterborough County will have implemented a ‘clear bag’ program by 2021, due to increasing garbage weights, mandatory recycling requirements and decreasing diversion rates. The County and the City of Peterborough, all have the overall objective of prolonging the life of the Bensfort Road Landfill Site.

It has been proven that using ‘clear’ garbage bags is a cost-effective Municipal measure to remove recycling from the waste stream, increase diversion rates, and thereby reduce the amount of garbage being deposited into landfills. And in doing this, it will also improve worker safety by allowing Waste Staff an assessment of garbage bags, in a safe and less invasive manner, to ensure garbage bags do not contain hazardous waste, in addition to recyclables.

To assist you better in determining ‘what is’ and ‘what isn’t’ accepted in the Curbside Blue Box Recycling Program, please check out our Recycling/Blue Boxes Page or download the Peterborough County Recycling Sorting Guidelines.

You may also scroll to the North Kawartha Transfer Programs and Services drop-down for more information on additional recycling/diversion programs available at the Transfer Stations

In a video interview conducted in February, Mayor Carolyn Amyotte and Gary Geraldi the Director of Parks & Recreation and Waste Management, discussed the change to clear bags, providing insight into how this will work, and why the change is so important. You can view the video here.

Clear Bag Frequently Asked Questions  

1. When does the Clear Bag Garbage Program Start?
The requirement for all garbage to be in ‘clear bags’, whether for Curbside Collection or at the Transfer Stations, begins June 1, 2021.  

2. What is a clear garbage bag?
A clear garbage bag must be a clear substance which you can see through. Transfer Station attendants must be able to easily view the contents within your garbage bag, to ensure there are no recyclable materials or hazardous waste. 

3. Why would a Municipality want to implement a Clear Bag Program?
The Clear Bag Program is often implemented as a cost-effective measure to increase diversion of materials from the waste stream. Implementing a Clear Bag Program also improves worker safety and allows transfer station attendants the ability to conduct a quick assessment of the contents within the clear bag(s) to ensure that no recyclable or hazardous items are in the bag.

4. What do I do with my left-over opaque garbage bags?
Residents are encouraged to use up all opaque bags now. Clear bags will not be mandatory until June 1, 2021, but are encouraged to be used ASAP. Any left-over opaque bags can be used for personal storage or donate/trade to friends/family not in a jurisdiction requiring the use of clear bags. 

5. What about my privacy? What if there are items in my garbage, that I do not feel comfortable having exposed?
Residents are permitted one small “privacy bag” within each clear bag for their personal items. This will provide an adequate method to enable residents to shield material that they would prefer not to be exposed. Such items may include sanitary products, diapers, incontinence products, personal information that cannot be shredded and recycled, medical objects (not including sharps, or any other unsafe medical items, which should be disposed of in a sharps container provided by your pharmacy or medical professional).

6. What retailers sell clear garbage bags?
Clear garbage bags may be purchased at most retailers that carry opaque bags.

7. Does the use of clear garbage bags increase waste diversion?
Yes. Other participating Municipalities have reported an increase in the amount of recyclable material diverted from the garbage bag and overall waste stream.  

Note: Diversion is the percentage of recyclable material removed from the overall waste stream. Diversion rates are calculated and reported on an annual basis and should not be less than 50%. As example, there should be 1kg of recycling for every 1kg or garbage.

8. I am already recycling and diverting as much as I can from the garbage so why do I need to do this?
For residents that are diligent in recycling and doing their best to divert, this program will make no difference except for simply the colour of the bag. This program is intended to increase participation from households that do not presently recycle material by raising them to the standard of those who already participate.

9. What if my garbage bag contains recyclable material?
The Township of North Kawartha is proposing an allowable level of 10% of other divertible (recyclable) material in the garbage bag, at the Transfer Stations. Starting on June 1, 2021, bags at the Transfer Stations will be refused if they contain more than 10% of divertible/recyclable material. Transfer Station attendants may be inspecting garbage bags for compliance.

Divertible/recyclable material includes, but is not limited to: Construction and Demolition (C&D), Leaf and Yard Waste, Scrap Metal, Waste Electronics, etc. These materials may be accepted in designated areas at the Transfer Stations, that are not available through Curbside Collection. Therefore, if bringing your garbage to the Transfer Station, we are encouraging Residents to take advantage of all the other diversion/recycling programs available.   

Note: there must be zero Blue Box Material in the garbage bag, whether through Curbside Collection or at the Transfer Stations. Blue Box Material (such as Containers and/or Fibres) is banned from the Bensfort Rd. Landfill Site, as per the County of Peterborough By-Law. 

10. What if I do not use a clear garbage bag?
Starting June 1, 2021 clear garbage bags will be mandatory. Residents not using clear garbage bags will be refused curbside collection or entry into the transfer station. 

 

North Kawartha Transfer Station Programs and Services

The following is a list of programs and services available at both the Haultain and Anstruther Transfer Stations. Please note, some of these services are only available at Anstruther, and only for specific periods of time. All fees are listed on our Tipping Fees page.

Note: Currently, we cannot accept Credit or Debit cards at the Transfer Stations. We can accept cash (exact change preferred) or cheque. Cheques made payable to: The Township of North Kawartha. 

Please be prepared to show your Waste Site Pass whenever you enter the Transfer Stations.

Service/Program

Site

Schedule

Fee

Recyclables (containers and fibres)

Both

Year-Round

Free

Household garbage

Both

Year-Round

$1/bag

Organics

Anstruther

Year-Round

N/A

Scrap metal

Both

Year-Round

Free

Appliances (without Freon)

Both

Year-Round

Free

Appliances (with Freon)

Both

Year-Round

$20

Tires

Both

Year-Round

Free

Leaf & Yard/Green Waste

Both

Year-Round

$20/yd

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment 

Anstruther

Year-Round

Free

Haultain

Victoria Day to Thanksgiving

Free

Re-Use Depot

Anstruther

Suspended

N/A

Residential Construction and Demolition 

Anstruther

June 1st to Thanksgiving

$30/yd

Batteries: AAA, AA, C, D,
9 & 6 Volt (lantern only)

Both

Year-Round

Free

Household Hazardous Waste

Anstruther

Suspended

N/A

Textiles (in support of Diabetes Canada)

Both

Year-Round

Free

Mattresses

The County and City of Peterborough along with the Townships, are always investigating and taking advantage of new recycling programs to divert Waste from the Bensfort Road, Waste Management Facility, in an effort to prolong its life.  As such, Mattresses and Box Springs are now 'Recyclable' products and are only accepted at the Bensfort Road Landfill Site. Residents are requested to bring the mattresses as dry and clean as possible to assist with the recycling program. A "tipping" fee will apply. 

Under the recycling program, the Township is no longer able to accept these items at either Transfer Station. However, as a convenience to our North Kawartha residents, Mattresses and Box Springs are accepted at the Anstruther Transfer Station, once a year, on Environmental DayTipping fees apply.

Household Furniture

Household furniture such as couches, padded chairs, etc., are only accepted at the Bensfort Road, Waste Management Facility. However, as was noted above regarding mattresses, as a convenience to our North Kawartha residents, we accept these items at the Anstruther Transfer Station, once a year, on Environmental Day. Additionally, please note that items such as coffee tables, and other furniture if made entirely of wood qualify as residential Construction and Demolition materials, and can be accepted at the Anstruther Transfer Station from June 1, 2020 to Thanksgiving Day (October 12, 2020). Tipping fees apply. In addition, some items may qualify for acceptance at our Re-Use Depot

Please see our Construction and DemolitionRe-Use Depot, and Environmental Day pages for additional information.

North Kawartha Residential Bear Bins

The Township of North Kawartha implemented a curbside garbage and recycling collection program in 2004. The Recycling Program for all eight Townships in Peterborough County, whether curbside or at the transfer stations, is administered by the County of Peterborough, in co-operation with the Township. The Township administers garbage collection, either at the curbside or in the transfer stations. 

New Recycling Collection Contract Q&A 

The County of Peterborough entered into a new collection contract on November 1, 2019, with the company Emterra. Click on this link to find complete answers to questions about the change in the Company providing this service (recycling collection), as well as the impact this change will have for North Kawartha residents, and the residents of Peterborough County. If you're looking for a quick summary of FAQs regarding this change, click here.

As a result of this change, it's possible that the lock on your bear bin may be reclaimed by the previous recycling contractor. If this should happen to you, please email a request for a new lock to Gary Geraldi (Director of Parks and Recreation/Waste Management) by clicking here. In your email please be sure to include your name, address, phone number, location of the bin, and the addresses that the bin serves. 

North Kawartha Residential Bear Bins

Bear Bins have proven to be an effective, safe and convenient method of allowing seasonal and permanent residents to participate in the Curbside Garbage and Recycling Program. 

Bear Bins are steel constructed garbage receptacles, that are generally placed at the end of a driveway, to not interfere with the road, maintenance, or snowplowing. These bins vary in size, but are generally not longer than 6' or wider than 3'.  They are all about 30" high, and generally have two steel lids that can lock. 

Following are a few tips to further enhance the effectiveness of the program: 

  1. Ensure the location of the bin is approved by the Waste Contractor and the Township of North Kawartha.
  2. If not already equipped, install 2 flags for the contractor. One for garbage (green) and one for recycling (blue). This will allow recycling to be collected from the bin. If you have an earlier model bin, that did not come equipped with 2 flags you may either request one from your bin manufacturer, or fasten a homemade flag to your bin. The flags tell the drivers that there is either garbage or recycling inside, so that they will stop and collect. There are numerous bins throughout the Township that aren’t necessarily used each week; therefore, stopping, unlocking, and checking a bin that is empty, is not an efficient use of time, hence the flag system. If there is not enough room inside the bin for the blue boxes, they can be left outside the bin, in which case a recycling flag is unnecessary.  
  3. Recycling is unlimited, however must be separated into 2 streams (containers and fibres).
  4. As with all Township Curbside collection, residents are permitted 1 garbage bag without a bag tag sticker, and up to 2 additional bags with bag tag stickers affixed.
  5. You can exchange the 20 punch holes on your Waste Site Pass for bag tag stickers, at the Transfer Stations or the Municipal Office. These punch holes are located on the bottom of each Waste Site Pass tear-off end, and have 10 punch holes per side.
  6. Share the bin. When sharing, make sure all the addresses using the bin are recorded on the underside of the bin lid.  This notifies the collector the number of bags he/she can collect without bag tags.
  7. Lock your bin. Lock and keys are available through the Township of North Kawartha by calling 705-656-3619 or click here to email.
  8. Keep Your Bin Clean. Make sure there is no loose garbage in the bottom of your bin and clean the bin out every spring with a bleach/water solution. This will not only reduce the attraction of unwanted animals (bears) and/or insects (wasps), it will also reduce unpleasant odours for those neighbours out on a leisurely stroll.
  9. If the Contractor (Waste Connections) misses picking up your garbage, please contact Waste Connections directly at 705-742-4268. Reporting without delay will ensure that any concerns are addressed as they occur, through the use of Waste Connections' very sophisticated GPS tracking system. 
  10. If the Contractor (Emterra) misses emptying your recycling blue box, please contact Emterra directly at 705-742-3139 or the County of Peterborough at 705-775-2737. Reporting without delay will ensure that any concerns are addressed as they occur, through the use of Emterra's very sophisticated GPS tracking system.
  11. If you missed your garbage or recycling collection, you may put a bag tag on the garbage bag and take it to the nearest Transfer Station, or put it out at your next collection day. Blue box recycling does not require bag tags.

Thank you for your co-operation in making this program a success.

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