DISTRICT OF LAKELAND NO. 521Serving Emma, Christopher, Anglin & McPhee Lakes; the Organized Hamlet of Elk Ridge & a portion of the Boreal Forest Region.
Lakeland District Protective Services:
Planning & Development:
- About Us
- Landfill Information
- Garbage Pick Up Information
- Recycle Bin Locations
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Guide To Recycling
- About Us
- Emergency Response Plan
- Emergency Measures Co-ordinator
- Emergency Planning For You
- Emergency Planning for Pets
- 'Be Prepared' Links
- Upcoming Events
- Volunteer Application
- Create a CodeRED Profile
- FAQs about CodeRED enrollment
- Update Your CodeRED Profile
- FAQs about the CodeRED system
General Policy & Information:
Transfer Station Information
The Transfer Station is located at the former landfill at Emma Lake Landfill: Off Hwy #263, S.W. of Sunnyside Beach. For most of the year, the transfer station is located at the end of Landfill Road, but during the winter it is sometimes moved up to the shop. The hours may also change during emergency scenarios such as windstorms. If you are unsure, please call the office to confirm hours.
Current Hours – September to June
|Emma Lake Transfer Station Hours|
|Monday||9 am – 4 pm|
|Wednesday||9 am – 4 pm|
|Friday||9 am – 4 pm|
|Saturday||9 am – 4 pm|
Usually in July and August, the transfer station opens 7 days a week to accommodate the large amount of people within the Lakeland area.
Costs & Waste Limitations
The transfer station only accepts loads of level half-ton truck size for a cost of $10. A heaping half-ton or larger load may be denied or the charge doubled.
The District will be developing a transfer station and all refuse will be required to be sorted into the various bins provided for metal, household, recycling, and small renovation project refuse. ALL demolition material must be hauled to the Prince Albert Landfill, as the transfer station does not have the capacity to accept this much material at once.
There is no charge for compostable materials hauled to the transfer station, but it must be removed from any containers that it was hauled in and dumped on the composting pile. The brush pile (trees, branches, logs, stumps) is subject to the regular fee.
Emma Lake Transfer Station Accepts:
Fridges – $25.00 FEE Freezers – $25.00 FEE Stoves – $15.00 FEE
*May accept propane tanks/ washers/ dryers for a fee
Prince Albert Landfill Accepts
Used oil/ used tires/ propane tanks
Stoves/ washers/ dryers/ de-commissioned refrigerators, freezers & air conditioners for a fee (freon removed)
– All deposit beverage containers (cans/ tins/ plastics/ juice boxes/ wine bottles etc)
– Old TV’s/ computers/ monitors/ printers www.sweepit.ca
– House Hold Paint (Cans/ Spray)
Old Phones/ Cell Phones