Garbage, Recycling and Compost

Garbage and recycling collection will not be affected by Labour Day on September 2, 2019.
If Monday is your regular collection day, bins should be placed at the curb as they usually are.
Visit Bluewater Recycling's website for more information: http://www.bra.org/

Bluewater Recycling Association (BRA) provides weekly garbage and recycling pick-up in Lambton Shores. BRA uses a co-collection system, meaning both garbage and recycling are collected at the same time, using the same truck.

We have many waste disposal options available:

Electronic Waste

Electronic Waste (e-waste) is harmful to the environment when not disposed of properly. Certain electronic items can be dropped off at the Forest or Northville Municipal Offices for proper disposal. There is no fee for this service.

Remove all personal data

Please remove all personal data from any unit prior to bringing it to an e-waste site.

Accepted electronic waste items

See our Accepted Electronic Waste Items List for a detailed listing of accepted items.

Landfills and Waste Sites

Lambton Shores does not own or operate a landfill or waste site. Lambton Shores Residents can use the landfills and waste sites in nearby municipalities.

Compost

Lambton Shores owns and operates a compost site located at 7550 Brush Road, near the Forest Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Hours of operation

Wednesdays and Saturdays, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm, from April 13, 2019 until November 16, 2019.

Leaf Pick-up Program

Lambton Shores operates a Leaf Pick Up Program in the spring and fall at no charge. We will pick up your bagged leaves at the curb during the allotted time frame stated above as time and quantity dictates. The fall program dates have not been determined yet. 

Pick-up requirements
  • All leaves must be in brown, paper bags. We do not accept plastic bags.
  • Only leaves will be picked up, no garbage, brush or other yard waste.
  • All bags must be placed at the curb for pick-up.

Please do not rake leaves onto the street or in ditches. This poses a danger to pedestrians, bicycles and motorists and can cause drainage problems.

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