Waste collection won’t be interrupted by Boxing Day

Garbage collection continues without interruption on statutory holidays

The Town of Sylvan Lake does not expect an interruption to garbage collection over the holidays.

For those whose collection day lands on Tuesday, this year being Boxing Day, collection will continue as regularly scheduled.

The Town asks that the garbage and recycling for collection to be out in the bins by 8 a.m. on collection days.

According to the Town’s website, garbage collection is not interrupted by statutory holidays, excluding Christmas Day and New Years Day.

The Waste Transfer Site will be open throughout the winter. It will not be open on Christmas Day or Boxing Day.

The Waste Transfer Site, located brought 1.5 km east of the roundabout on Hwy 11A, and half a kilometre south on Rural Route 12.

The site will be open Wednesday-Saturday throughout the winter months from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The facility does not have after-hours access.

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