The CSRD partners with Recycle BC to deliver the residential recycling program at CSRD Landfills and transfer stations, as well as working with private operators, like bottle depots, to set up drop-off sites at their locations. All CSRD Landfills and Transfer Stations have on-site Recycling Depots, but there are other options as well.
Find a depot
Check out the list of recycling depots including locations, hours of operation and any other items specific to that site. Each facility has a page with specific information to that site.
- Depots are only open during hours of operation
- Commercially generated recycling is handled separately
- The partnership with Recycle BC allows residents to recycle additional items that were not accepted for recycling before, such as: aerosol containers, styrofoam, film plastic (plastic bags), and disposable drink cups.
- Depot users will need to sort recyclables into seven categories. Please note - recyclables accepted through a curbside recycling program do not need to be sorted.
Return to Depot
Many products are being collected at depot locations throughout British Columbia through Provincial Take-Back Programs (referred to also as Product Stewardship or Extended Producer Responsibility EPR).
For more information on Provincial Take-Back Programs, contact the Recycling Council of BC at 1-800-667-4321, or visit the Recycling Council of British Columbia website.
- Encorp Pacific-beverage container and electronic collection program
- Product Care-paint, pesticide and flammable liquid collection program
- Medications Return Program-unused medication collection program
- Tire Stewardship BC-tire collection program
- Call2Recycle-battery and cell phone collection program
- BC Used Oil Association-used oil, oil filter, oil container, and antifreeze collection program
- Light Recycle-bulb and light fixture collection program
- Electrorecycle-electrical products, small appliance, and power tool collection program
- Thermostat Recovery Program
- Alarm Recycle-smoke detector collection program
- Recycle BC Packaging and Printed Paper program
- Outdoor Power Equipment Institute of Canada-outdoor power equipment collection program