For information on what and where to recycle call the Recycling Council of British Columbia’s (RCBC) hotline at 1-800-667-4321 or check online at rcbc.ca.
The 108 Mile Ranch receives Recycle BC funded packaging and printed-paper curbside recycling services. Recycling is collected every second week on Wednesday or Thursday, depending on location. The current 108 Mile Collection Schedule with map, 108 Mile Curbside Recycling Items list and the 108 Mile Depot Only Recycling Items list, are provided in the side bar.
The CRD has collaborated with Recycle BC to provide depot access to packaging and printed-paper recycling at the locations listed below. The Depot Recycling Guide, Detailed Recyclables List and the Access Hours for each of these sites are provided in the side bar.
Baker Creek – 4831 Nazko Road
District of Wells - (limited hours of access)
Central Cariboo Transfer Station – 5025 Frizzi Road
Wildwood Transfer Station – 360 Westcoast Road
Frost Creek Transfer Station – 2734 Dog Creek Road
150 Mile House Transfer Station – 280 Likely Road
Horsefly Transfer Station – 5601 Horsefly Road (open seasonally, limited hours of access)
Lac La Hache Transfer Station – 4202 Cariboo Hwy 97 S
Forest Grove Transfer Station – 4504 Canim Hendrix Lake Road
Lone Butte Transfer Station – 6106 Little Fort Hwy 24
Watch Lake Landfill – 7923 Watch Lake Road
Interlakes Landfill – 7377 Horse Lake Road
Nimpo Lake Store – 21140 Chilcotin Hwy 20 (limited hours of access)
CRD students receive recycling education through the CRD’s Waste Wise program. The CRD has contracted the Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society to deliver this program. Find more details on Waste Wise activities and events at ccconserv.org.
For more details, please read our FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS DOCUMENT.
On Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018, the North Cariboo Joint Committee, made up of Northern CRD Directors and Quesnel City Council, received Staff recommendations to pursue an expanded Recycle BC depot at the Quesnel landfill and close the current drop off locations.
Currently the Quesnel landfill collects plastic bags, polystyrene foam and glass only on behalf of Recycle BC, the organization responsible for residential packaging and paper recycling in BC. The rest of the recyclables collected at the Quesnel Landfill and satellite depots are processed and marketed by Northern Recycling Inc. (NRI) through their contract with the City of Quesnel.
Quesnel City Council went on to endorse the recommendation at their Sept. 4 City Council meeting. The next steps will involve working out contract details with NRI, and planning the operational changes with Recycle BC and their contractors. The City and the CRD will also provide the public with information on why the existing system is no longer viable.
The proposed changes being considered will see all packaging and paper (household recyclables) accepted by Recycle BC collected at a controlled (overseen by an attendant), centralized, fenced depot instead of at the current non-controlled recycling depots at West Park Mall, Maple Park Mall, Sani-loop and the Quesnel landfill. These changes are being recommended by Staff due to ongoing unacceptable levels of contamination mixed with the non-controlled depot recyclables and changes in the global recycling market.
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