Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay
2022 Spring Cleanup Program
The Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay Department of Public Works is advising the public that its Annual Spring Cleanup Program began Tuesday, May 24, 2022.
Litter Collection started on Tuesday, May 24, 2022, with Town workers collecting litter throughout the community for approximately four to six weeks.
For 2022, the Town is encouraging something a little different than in previous years. The Town is encouraging residents to re-consider what goes roadside. Maybe the items can be sold, donated or given away. This is all in an effort to reduce what goes to the Municipal Landfill.
If you have something that may still be reusable, maybe post it to your Facebook page so that anyone who may have a use for it can come by and pick it up.
The Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay reminds residents to be mindful of what they put at the roadside not only during spring cleanup but year-round with weekly roadside garbage pick up.
Our community is fortunate to have groups, organizations and businesses that can and are happy to assist in keeping unnecessary items out of the Municipal Landfill.
Did you know that there is a dedicated group of volunteers that accepts cardboard and other recyclable materials out of the old CAF Arena located on the Northside (Candian Side)?
Check out their Facebook Page today and learn more about this amazing group and the efforts that they have undergone to keep tonnes and tonnes of material out of the Municipal Landfill.
Rogers Recycling – Green Depot
15 Churchill Street
For years many of us have taken our recyclable cans and bottles to Rogers Recycling located at 15 Churchill Street, but did you know that as a Green Depot, Rogers Recycling takes a whole lot more material? Material that would have otherwise ended up in the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay Municipal Landfill.
They even accept tires, call Rogers Recycling today at 896-5041 for more information on what tires are accepted
Happy Valley-Goose Bay
There are so many good reasons for recycling your end-of-life electronics right here in Happy Valley-Goose Bay – here are just a few of them.
When you recycle your end-of-life electronics through Rogers Recycling (a Recycle My Electronics authorized collection site) you are:
- Keeping e-waste out of the Municipal Landfill.
- Confirming the safe and secure destruction of personal data stored.
- Recovering resources like gold, silver, copper and palladium so they can be recycled to go back into new products.
- Preventing e-waste from being illegally exported or handled by irresponsible recyclers, decreasing environmental issues for the planet.
- Protecting workers’ health and handlers’ health and safety.
Have an old PC Computer, Monitor, TV, Laptop, or Cell Phone that you want to get rid of? Don’t put it in the trash, take it to Rogers Recycling.
Click HERE to find out what you can drop off.
Paint Recycling in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Have leftover, unused paint? Don’t throw it out, take it to Rogers Recycling which is a Paint Recycling drop-off location.
For more information on Paint Recycling check out the Productcare Recycling website by clicking HERE
Did you know Newco Metals offers Auto Recycling? If you have any automotive bodies, engine/motors, scrap metals, and propane tanks just laying around and you are not quite sure what to do with them, give Newco a call. they will be happy to assist you. They even come to your property to pick it up items such as car wrecks, and snowmobiles.
Backyard Composting lets us recycle just like nature does. In nature, nothing is wasted or thrown away. Instead, insects, worms and microorganisms decompose dead plants and animals, returning valuable nutrients back to the earth and allowing other plants to grow.
Learn More by clicking HERE