HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE AND RECYCLING COLLECTION
The Township of Beckwith provides weekly curbside collection of residential waste and recycling for single family homes.
Household garbage and recycling collection takes place on Monday for all residents living west of Highway #15 and Tuesday for all residents living east of Highway #15. Please note the only time collection is interrupted is on the statutory holidays of Christmas or New Year’s Day.
Pick-up times for curbside garbage and recycling may vary from week to week; residents should have their garbage and recycling at the curbside by 7:00 a.m. on their scheduled day for curbside collection.
Each garbage bag must be tagged with 1 Township of Beckwith sticker in a visible place. Residents receive an annual allotment of 80 stickers each calendar year. Additional tags may be purchased at a price of $2.00 per sticker. Stickers are available at the Municipal Office at the end of December. Residents, who are unable to come pick up their allotment, must provide written permission to another person.
Waste Recycling Strategy – A Waste Recycling Strategy July 2012 final (2)
Waste Management and Collection By-Law – Waste By-law No. 2012-31
Waste Management Pamphlet – 2018 Garbage Brochure
LARGE ITEM PICK-UP
Residents who wish to dispose of large items may do so on the first full week without a holiday of the month on your collection date beginning April and running through to October. Each large item MUST have 3 stickers affixed to the item.
Bundles of waste must be securely tied and must not exceed 1.5 m x 60 cm x 60 cm in dimension and 20 kg in weight. Carpet bundles must not exceed 1.5 me in length and 20 kg in weight.
Large metal items such as refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners and dehumidifiers must have the FREON removed with the appropriate Freon Removed Sticker. Examples of large items include: hot water tanks, mattress, bed frame, barbeque (no propane tank) stoves, washer and dryer.
Construction material will not be collected. Uncollectible waste should be taken to either the Beckwith Transfer Station located at 9271 Cavanagh Road (613-257-1195) or Glenview Iron and Metal located at 3954 Highway 43 (613-283-5230). Residents will be responsible for the fee associated with the drop off.
Large Item Pick-up Dates for 2019
|April 1st||April 2nd|
|May 6th||May 7th|
|June 3rd||June 4th|
|July 8th||July 9th|
|August 12th||August 13th|
|September 9th||September 10th|
|October 7th||October 8th|
Recycling will now be picked up at the same time as waste, so it is essential that both (recycling and waste) be at the curb no later than 7 a.m.
Recyclables will only be collected if they are placed in, or next to, a blue box!
* Metal – Aluminum and steel food and beverage bottles and containers, foil and plates, EMPTY aerosol cans
* Paper and Cardboard – Paper cups, fine print, paper, flyers, newspaper, books, egg cartons, magazines, envelopes, boxboard, brochures and polycoat containers (i.e. gable tops, Tetra Pak, frozen juice containers, milk and juice cartons)
* Glass – Clear and coloured food and beverage bottles, jars & containers
* Plastics (#1 – #7) – Bottles, jugs, tubs. lids and rigid packaging and containers from food, beverage and household products (i.e. shampoo, ice cream, yoguart, clearshells)
Please rinse containers
Remove caps – recycle separately
No need to remove labels
HAZARDOUS WASTE DEPOT
The Hazardous Waste Depot is open on Saturdays beginning May 18th, 2019 to August 31st, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. (noon) located at 128 Patterson Crescent (Town of Carleton Place). Beckwith residents will be required to show proof of address.
Household hazardous waste is any product that is poisonous, corrosive, flammable or explosive and included items such as:
|Aerosol Containers||Fluorescent Tubes and Bulbs||Paints, Coatings,(and their containers)|
|Air Tanks||Fungicides (and their containers)||Photographic Chemicals|
|Alcohols||Gasoline/Diesel Fuel||Pool Chemicals|
|Antifreeze (empty containers)||Herbicides (and their containers)||Portable Fire Extinguishers|
|Antifreeze (and the containers)||Insecticides (and their containers)||Pressurized Containers (propane tanks and cylinders)|
|Automatic Transmission Fluid||Lead Acid||Propane Tanks|
|Barometers||Linseed Oil||Rechargeable Batteries|
|Beverage Gas Tanks||Lubricating Oil Containers (of 30L or less)||Single Use Dry Cell Batteries|
|Butane Lighters||Medical Lab Gas Tanks||Solvent (and their containers)|
|Camping Fuel||Mineral Spirits||Specialty Gas Tanks|
|Car Wax (with solvent)||Mothballs||Thermostats|
|Chlorine Bleach||Used Oil Filters||Turpentine|
|Concrete Etchers||Oil Paint Stain||Used Motor Oil|
|Drain Cleaners||Paint Stripper||Windshield Washer Fluid|
|Fertilizers (and their containers)||Paint Thinner||Flea Collars/Spray|
|Pesticides (and their containers)|
The following items are NOT acceptable:
* Fluorescent Light Ballasts
* Smoke Detectors
* Construction Waste
Please contact Carleton Place Public Works at 613-257-2253, if you have any questions.
BRUSH AND YARD WASTE DEPOT
RESIDENTS may dispose of brush, small tree limbs and yard waste at no charge in the designated areas behind the Public Works Garage located at 1644 9th Line Beckwith.
Please ensure brush and yard waste are put in the designated area.
Tree limbs must be no bigger than 5″ diameter.
NO PLASTIC OR RECYCLABLE BAGS, PLEASE.
CHRISTMAS TREE DEPOT
Residents can drop off your Christmas tree behind the Public Works Garage located at 1644 9th Line Beckwith. Residents are reminded to remove all accessories from the Christmas tree, including lights, ornaments, decorations, and stand.