Other Waste

This page is full of useful information to help residents with any questions regarding other types of waste not collected by the Town of Conception Bay South.  Follow us on twitter @TownofCBS for updates on any changes to your waste collection.  Should you have any questions, please email wasterecycling@conceptionbaysouth.ca or call 834-6500 ext.301.

Household Hazardous Waste

Household hazardous waste can be dropped off at the HHW Depot located in the residential drop-off at the Robin Hood Bay Waste Management Facility at 340 East White Hills Road.

Need to learn more?  For more information please visit www.curbitstjohns.ca/

Backyard Compost Bins

Did you know that by composting you can reduce your household waste significantly since 30% of household waste is organic?  By composting in our own backyards we create a natural environment where decomposer organisms such as bacteria, insects, worms and fungi can break down organic waste and convert it into nutrient-rich compost.

Need to learn more? Please visit www.rethinkwastenl.ca/food-waste/

Newfoundland & Labrador Paint Recycling Program

Residents can properly dispose of left-over paint by bringing it to one of the Paint Collections sites in the province.  For a complete list of products that are accepted please click here.

Need to learn more about this program?  Please visit www.regeneration.ca/ or call toll free 1-888-772-9772.

Used Tire Recycling Program

Consumers can leave their used tires, at no cost, with a tire retailer upon the purchase of new tires. However, they can also be returned to a tire retailer at a later date in manageable quantities (4-5 tires) during the retailer’s normal business hours.

Tires that are accepted include passenger tires, light truck tires, commercial truck tires and motorcycle tires.  Used tires must be in whole form, free of mud, debris and rims must be removed prior to returning to a tire retailer.

Need to learn more about this program? Please visit www.mmsb.nl.ca/waste-diversion/used-tires/return-my-tires/

Electronic Products Recycling Program

Residents and businesses can recycle their old electronics and help divert potentially hazardous materials from the landfill by dropping off their unwanted electronics to a drop off centre located throughout the province.

Need to learn more about this program?  Please visit the Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) website: www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/nl/ to find out the nearest recycling drop off centre and what electronics are accepted in the program.


Residents can cut lawns more frequently thereby eliminating the need to rake up the clippings.  Leaving clippings on the lawn provides excellent nutrients for the lawn.

Grass clippings can be included with regular waste on scheduled days. These bags will be included in the ten (10) bag limit of waste allowed per week.  Each bag shall not weigh more than 40 lbs.