Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, RV disposal services are limited.
We operate sewage disposal stations for the convenience of travellers and sewage haulers.
Our facilities normally accept waste during the hours shown on this list, seven days a week.
Sewage haulers are invoiced based upon the capacity of the truck used to deliver the sewage. Learn more about fees and charges for hauled sewage.
Poor weather conditions or plant operational difficulties may result in the facility being unable to accept hauled sewage or RVs for disposal.
There is no fee to deposit sewage from RVs / trailers or buses. Only certain locations below accept RV disposal.
All treatments plants operate:
|Address||Phone||Sewage Types Accepted|
|RV Disposal||Residential / Domestic||Winery wastewater|
1 Anger Ave.
|905-871-2264||Not available||Not available|
160 Lake St.
Limited availability. Monday to Saturday 5 to 7 p.m. and Sunday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
|905-354-2754||Limited availability||Not available|
|289-241-7815||Not available||Not available||Not available|
30 Prosperity Ave.
|905-834-6973||Not available||Not available|
|St. Catharines (Port Dalhousie)
40 Lighthouse Rd.
|St. Catharines (Port Weller)
27 Lombardy Ave.
505 River Rd.
|905-735-2110||Not available||Not available|
The treatment plants above may be able to accept disposals outside of regular disposal hours.
Disposal requests should be made as far in advance as possible with the Operations Manager or Operator-in-Charge for the facility. Requests for after-hours disposals for special events (multiple loads or unusual circumstances) must be done 48 hours in advance.
Haulers must obtain written permission from the Operations Manager for the disposal facility (such as an email response from the manager).
Haulers requiring after hours EMERGENCY disposals can contact the Operator-in-Charge for permission to discharge. In the event that they cannot be reached, call Niagara Region Dispatch 1-800-263-7215.
No person may discharge sewage or remain on-site after the hours of operation unless prior arrangements have been made.
All requirements of the Hauled Sewage Policy apply to emergency disposals.
Spills must be reported immediately to the on-site operator and to the Spills Action Centre if off the property. Haulers responsible for the spill will be required to clean up the spill.
Additional fees may be charged should the hauler not adequately clean up the area to the Region's satisfaction.
Smoking is not permitted at any Niagara Region Facility.
Failure to follow the safety requirements below may result in sewage hauler permit suspension or revocation.