The Reusable Materials Drop-Off Depot is open. See the item disposal tool for acceptable items.
Restrictions for Residents: The waste and recycling drop-off depot is only available to residents of Grimsby, Lincoln, Pelham and West Lincoln. The household hazardous waste depot is open to all residents of Niagara.
|Residential and Commercial Waste||Fee|
|Garbage, construction and demolition material||0 - 50 kg||$7 flat fee|
|51kg and above||$120 / tonne|
|Appliances containing refrigerant||No refrigerant removal sticker||$20 / unit|
|With refrigerant removal sticker||No charge|
|Asbestos||$385 / tonne|
|Asphalt, bricks and concrete (no re-bar)||$25 / tonne|
|Shingles||$75 / tonne|
|Vehicle weight ticket only||$10 / vehicle|
|Blue and Grey Box recyclables||No charge|
|Reusable goods||No charge|
|Scrap metal||No charge|
|Clean soil *||No charge|
|Fats, oil and grease||No charge|
|Household hazardous waste||No charge|
|Large, rigid household plastic items
Examples: plastic toys, pools, totes, infant car seats, buckets, pails and pet carriers Remove batteries and metal parts before recycling
|Leaf and yard waste||No charge|
|Clean soil *||$30 / load|
|Contaminated soil *||$35 / tonne|
|Leaf and yard waste||$70 / tonne|
* Clean or contaminated soil accepted at the discretion of Niagara Region. Call 905-980-6000 ext. 3748 for approval.
An oversized item is defined as anything that exceeds 3 cubic metres in combined dimensions and / or longer than 8 metres (25 feet) in length and can't be loaded or transported by a passenger vehicles without the aid of a secondary piece of equipment such as a trailer, crane or chain pulley for disposal at a Drop-off Depot.
All oversized item disposal must be arranged prior to arriving at the site by calling the Waste Info-Line at 905-356-4141 or 1-800-594-5542.
Liquids, holding tanks, batteries and metal / plastic components must be removed prior to arrival.
Disposal fee will apply.
Residents wishing to provide feedback to the city of West Lincoln and Regional Council on matters related to the Niagara Road 12 Landfill can join the Public Liaison Committee.