Garbage is what is left over when items cannot be recycled or reused. The industry refers to these leftovers as residual waste and sends it to landfill for disposal.
Composting is nature's way of recycling food scraps, grass, leaves and other plant and animal matter.
Building awareness of the importance of keeping our town green by providing education and opportunities for recycling.
The District of Stewart has a Spring Clean-up once a year in May.
Natural Christmas trees are collected in January on residents' scheduled garbage collection day.
The District of Stewart provides weekly curbside garbage collection.
Allocated dates of Residential Garbage pickup may vary during the Christmas break.
To be really effective, we have to incorporate the 3Rs – Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle – into our daily routine.
Products that contain ingredients that are corrosive, toxic, ignitable, or reactive are considered "household hazardous waste" and should be disposed of properly.