The Compost Site is open for the 2023 season.
The site will be open the following days and times:
Mondays from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Tuesdays from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Wednesdays from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Thursdays from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Fridays from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Saturdays from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sundays from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
The site is located at 736 Schultz Avenue (approximately one kilometre north on 6th Ave N).
Residential Waste/Recycling Regulations
On collection day please remember the following:
Prepare It – All acceptable recyclable materials must fit into the container and the lid MUST close or the recycling cart will not be emptied. No extra material will be collected. Do not jam or pack items into your cart, items must fall freely from the cart into the truck.
Place It – Place your cart on the street with the wheels against the curb, with at least 3 feet of clearance between the cart and any obstacles. If you do not have a curb, place just off the roadway on the shoulder. Carts must be out by 8:00 a.m. on your collection day.
Park It – By 11:59 p.m. on your collection day, your cart must be removed from the street and returned to its storage location near your building.
Niverville Waste/Recycling Regulations – Click here for full details
Residential Waste/Recycling Calendar
Click here for the 2023 Recycling Calendar
If you are unsure of your pick-up day, please see the map below.
Blue zone: Households west of 5th Avenue North and 5th Avenue South
Green zone: Households east of 5th Avenue South and the South half of 5th Avenue South
For residents in the Blue Collection Zone
Effective July 1, 2022, residents who are in the Blue collection zone will have their waste and recycling collection on Tuesdays instead of Thursdays. As usual, please ensure that carts are placed at the end of your driveway by 8:00 am on your scheduled collection day and that carts are 3 feet from any obstacles.
Download the Bristal Hauling App to get weekly waste and recycling reminders.
Waste Collection System
Waste and Recycling Management is covered in Bylaw 775-17. To view Bylaw 775-17 click HERE.
Waste/Recycling must be put out by 8:00 am on Tuesday or Thursday mornings depending on zone to ensure pickup. In the event that there is a holiday that falls on a Tuesday or Thursday, please check the calendar for the alternate collection date.
If you are aware that Town snow clearing equipment may be out clearing snow on a waste/recycling pick-up day, please place garbage and recycling bins at the end of your driveway rather than the side of the road.
Acceptable Material for Recycling Pickup:
Aluminum beverage cans and tin cans – rinse, remove labels and flatten if possible
Paper – newspapers, flyers, books, magazines, office paper, phone books, wrapping paper
Cardboard – please flatten boxes
Milk Cartons – empty, rinse & flatten
Tetra-pak juice boxes – empty, rinse & flatten
Glass & jars – please rinse and remove all caps (no broken glass)
Plastics – remove all caps and rinse containers (1, 2, 5, & 7)
For the Province of Manitoba’s WasteWise A-Z Recycling guide, click HERE.
Waste Transfer Site
Niverville Council recognizes that there may be occasions when residents have additional household waste that they would like to personally remove. A waste transfer site is located approximately one kilometre north on Sixth Avenue North (Bristal Hauling). Current hours and drop-off fees can be found here.
Hazardous Waste Disposal
**Please note: Hazardous and industrial waste (including cooking oil) are not acceptable materials in either the waste or recycling carts.
The City of Steinbach has opened a permanent hazardous waste facility at the Landfill (104 Hanover Road E) which permits Niverville and area residents to drop off residential quantities of hazardous waste year-round. (Note: Commercial businesses will be turned away.) All hazardous material brought to the site must be in sealed, original, clearly labeled containers. (i.e. NO “mystery” liquids in ice cream pails). See full details HERE.
Hours of Operation can be found HERE.
If you have a question about HHWD or would like more information, please contact Eldon Wallman at 204.346.6532 or e-mail email@example.com.
Items collected at the facility include:
- Disinfectants, bleach, ammonia, abrasive powders, mildew & rust removers
- Kerosene, lighter fluid
- Paint, spray paint, lacquers, solvents, turpentine, epoxies, acrylics, wood preservatives, furniture polish/wax
- Hair dyes, hair sprays, medicine, polish remover
- All batteries
- Fluorescent and CFL bulbs
- Household cleaners: window, toilet, oven, drain, all-purpose, rug, upholstery, septic tank
- Mothballs, rodent poison, ant & wasp spray, insecticides, fertilizers, fungicides, herbicides
Automotive: car batteries, waxes, polishes, antifreeze, gasoline, brake & transmission fluid