Loraas Disposal

The Town of Whitewood is a part of the Redcoat Waste Authority who contract Loraas Disposal to collect waste and recycling within town.  You may set your garbage and recycling bin outside for pick up on regularly schedule days or take your garbage out to the landfill site. Garbage and recycling pickup is on alternate Wednesdays. Please see below for the pickup schedule. Each bin must be set in front of your property by 7am on collection day. If your garbage/recycling is missed, please put it away until the next pickup day.

The Town of Whitewood now has single-stream recycling for all residences.  Your blue bin can accept paper and cardboard, aluminum and tin, plastic with logos 2 through 7, all milk and juice containers and rinsed household glass bottles.  Items NOT allowed in the blue bin include #1 food containers, single use plastic bags, household garbage, compostable materials, waxed paper products, shredded paper, and styrofoam.

Loraas Disposal’s website has a complete guide to single stream recycling.

Town of Whitewood Transfer Station

Only residents of Whitewood may use the landfill site.
Located 3 miles south of town on Qu’Appelle Street.
Monday – 1pm to 4pm
Wednesday – 1pm to 4pm
Saturday – 9am to 5pm  – Winter Hours
       Saturday – 10am to 6pm  – Summer Hours (starting in May)
Landfill Fees
Bagged Garbage  $1.00 per bag
 1/2 Ton of Garbage  $25.00
 1 Ton Deck of Garbage  $50.00
 3 Ton of Garbage $150.00
1/2 Ton of Carpet $75.00
 Steel Appliances $25.00 Each
 Clean Wood or Trees  Free
 Mattresses and Furniture  $20.00 Each
 Unpainted Wood Pallets $1.00 Each

The Whitewood Transfer Station DOES NOT accept: tires, batteries, or shingles.

Fridge/Freezer Disposal: Freon must be removed, doors must be removed and it must be stood up.

Mattresses and box-springs are charged as separate items.

Leaves, Branches, Compost, Metal (exception of fridge/freezer/other appliances) – No cost for disposal.

Compost/Leaf Bags must be cut, emptied and bags thrown in garbage bin.

Updated: April 25, 2019