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Updated Sorting Guide

We have updated our Sorting Guide. The guide is available here. It contains basic sorting information and disposal instructions in a print-friendly format in case you wish to print a hard copy to have on hand. For more detailed sorting and disposal instructions,...

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Fall Cleanup

Fall Cleanup schedule is the same Island wide. Drivers have the entire week to collect material. Therefore, the Fall Cleanup collection may not be on your regular cart day. Please place your fall cleanup material curbside by 7 a.m. on the dates indicated below:...

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Collection Suspension for Excess Yard and Garden Material

Please be advised the collection suspension for excess yard and garden material placed beside the compost cart for pickup comes into effect on Monday, 4 October 2021.  Yard and garden material such as leaves, branches, twigs, weeds and other plant debris will be...

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Recycle More Electrical and Electronic Items for Free

We are pleased to announce that as of 1 August 2021, you can recycle more electrical and electronic items free of charge under the Recycle My Electronics program. Recycle My Electronics is a national recycling program for electrical and electronic items administered...

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Raccoons Causing Issues?

Raccoons Causing Issues?

Here are some tips to consider: Set a concrete block or heavy rock on top of your cart; Secure the lid by crisscrossing two bungee cords on your cart. PLEASE remove bungee cords in the morning of your collection day as cords can get caught in the tipping mechanism on...

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Controlling Fruit Flies

One of the most common pests at this time of year is the fruit fly. You can prevent an infestation by storing fruits and vegetables in the fridge and immediately disposing of any overripe produce you will not be eating right away. Wipe down counters right away if you...

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Plant a Row – Grow a Row Program

Gardeners, did you know that extra produce from your gardens can be donated to a food bank or soup kitchen? Almost anything grown at home can be donated--from tomatoes, rhubarb, strawberries, to apples. Some charities even make preserves from donations, so don't be...

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Twine Recycling Pilot Project

ATTENTION FARMERS:  To increase agricultural plastic recycling on PEI, Cleanfarms and IWMC are collaborating on a pilot project o collect baler twine.  The pilot project will allow us to learn more about twine recycling and hopefully lead to a permanent program. To...

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CALENDARS for SEASONAL RESIDENTS

Collection calendars for seasonal properties are posted on our Resources page and can be printed as required.   Copies of our most recent newsletter (with six-month calendars) are available at all IWMC facilities and at Access PEI sites.

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