Landfill & Transfer Stations

Landfill & Transfer Station Hours – Open now

*Please note: The landfill and transfer stations are closed on statutory holidays

Please do not leave garbage outside the gates after hours. This is not allowed under our bylaws, can potentially attract wildlife and leaves a mess for attendants to clean up.

Download St. Clements Landfill & Transfer Station Hours & Tipping Fees 2018

Landfill and Transfer Station Winter Hours

This schedule is in effect starting on November 4, 2018

Libau LandfillClosedClosed9 am - 5 pm9 am - 5 pm9 am - 5 pm9 am - 5 pm9 am - 5 pm
Dunning Road Transfer Station9 am - 5 pm11 am - 5 pm11 am - 5 pmClosedClosedClosedClosed
Clark Road Transfer StationClosedClosedClosedClosedClosed11 am - 5 pm9 am - 5 pm
Grand Marais Transfer Station9 am - 5 pmClosedClosedClosedClosed11 am - 5 pmClosed
Gull Lake Transfer StationClosed11 am - 5 pmClosedClosedClosedClosed9 am - 5 pm

Tipping Fees

Libau Landfill and Transfer Station Tipping Fees

Payment Methods

  • Libau Landfill and all the transfer station accept cash or cheque only
  • Interac or credit card payments are not accepted

Download St. Clements Landfill & Transfer Station Hours & Tipping Fees 2018

Type of MaterialLibau Landfill Resident FeesLibau Landfill Non-Resident FeesCommercial Fees
(Libau Landfill only)
Transfer Station Resident FeesTransfer Station Non-Resident Fees
Garbage bags of daily generated waste (food)*Free$2.50 per bag
$2.50 per bag$1.25 per bag$2.50 per bag
Pick-up truck /small trailer load of garbage bags (10+)**$12.50 $25.00
$71.00/metric tonne$12.50 $25.00
Pick-up truck /small trailer load of loose or misc. garbage***$12.50 $25.00
$71.00/metric tonneNot acceptedNot accepted
One ton truck or larger load of miscellaneous garbage$43.50/metric tonne$43.50/metric tonne
$71.00/metric tonneNot acceptedNot accepted
Large trailers of miscellaneous garbage (horse)****$43.50/metric tonne$43.50/metric tonne
$71.00/metric tonneNot acceptedNot accepted
Construction/demolition/renovation†$43.50/metric tonne$43.50/metric tonne
$71.00/metric tonneNot acceptedNot accepted
Electronic recycling FreeFreeFreeFreeFree
Household recyclablesFreeFreeFreeFreeFree
Used motor oil FreeFreeFreeFreeFree
Liquid agricultural containers (triple-rinsed)FreeFreeFreeNot acceptedNot accepted
Tires - no rim FreeFreeFreeFreeFree
Passenger tires- on rim$5.00$5.00$5.00$5.00$5.00
Tractor or oversize tires on rim$10.00$10.00$10.00$10.00$10.00
Clean burnables (grass, leaves, trees, branches, bales)Free$2.00$71.00/metric tonneFree$2.00
Auto batteries Free$2.00$2.00Free$2.00
Mattress/box spring or sofa chairFree$10.00 per item$10.00 per itemNot acceptedNot accepted
Sofa or loveseatFree$20.00 per item$20.00 per itemNot acceptedNot accepted
Fridges, freezers, A/C, water coolers (non decommissioned)‡$30.00$30.00$30.00Not acceptedNot accepted
Propane tanksFreeFreeFreeFreeFree

1 car/truck and 1 trailer together: will be charged a minimum of $25 for residents and a minimum of $50 for non-residents and commercial vehicles
Garbage bag size: 26″ x 32.5″ (regular)
Boxes are not bags and are considered loose and will be charged for
Loose garbage: boxes of garbage or is not bagged
*Daily generated waste (otherwise known as household): food scraps, tissues, kitchen waste, bathroom waste
**Miscellaneous garbage: shop, yard, basement, house or garage cleanup. These are items such as clothes, pillows, books, dressers, car seats, plastic pools, etc.
***Small trailer: single axle or equivalent to a 1/2 ton box (4 feet x 6 feet long x 2 feet high
****Large trailer:  double or triple axle and larger than a 1/2 ton box. This includes small, single axle trailers with extended sides
Construction/Demolition/Renovation material: any material that comes from or goes into erecting, demolishing or repairing a structure. This includes but is not limited to: lumber, drywall, windows, doors, flooring, carpets, sinks, toilet, tubs, insulation, etc.
Decommissioned means that you have had a licensed technician come out, remove the coolant and stamp the unit


Household Recycling

  • Household recyclables can go together except glass, which must be separated.
    • Why? Because currently glass has a poor recycling market at the moment so we actually crush it and use it for road building, as it is a superior product for this.
  • No plastic bags required! Just empty your recycling bags into the bin and reuse your bags.

Curbside Pickup

Visit our webpage on curbside pickup to find out what recyclables are collected during curbside pickup.

What is household recycling?

  • Food and beverage containers (eg. cans, bottles, cartons)
  • Plastic containers and packaging with a recycling triangle
  • Newspapers, flyers, mail, magazines, paper
  • Boxboard/cardboard boxes (eg. pizza, cereal, laundry)
  • Shredded paper can be placed in a full size (77 litre) clear plastic bag
  • Cardboard egg cartons and paper tubes

*please leave all lids on containers and bottles

What is not accepted as household recycling?

  • Plastic bags, cellophane
  • Plastics without a recycling triangle
  • Plastics that are not a container (eg. laundry baskets, toys, plastic cutlery)
  • Aluminum foil, foil pie plates, foil food containers
  • FOAM:  cups, food containers, egg cartons,meat trays, packing materials
  • Mirrors, window glass, broken glass
  • Light bulbs, drinking glasses, ceramics, cookware
  • Steel pots and pans, scrap metal
  • Waxed cardboard (eg. frozen food boxes, tomato boxes)

Hazardous waste and other recycling

The RM of St. Clements landfill and transfer stations accept free of charge:

  • Electronic waste
  • Motor oil
  • Tires with no rim
  • Auto batteries
  • Propane tanks

The RM of St. Clements landfill and transfer stations accept for a fee:

  • Regular or oversized tires on a rim

The RM of St. Clements landfill accepts for a fee:

  • Fridges, freezers, A/C, water coolers

Green Manitoba has a webpage that will tell you where you can recycle most hazardous waste:

The Manitoba government has a new website that tells you where you can recycle everything:

Household Hazardous & Electronic Waste Drop Off

City of Selkirk Transfer Station
Walker Avenue west of Hwy 4 (see map below)

  • There are no drop off fees for this service
  • As of January 1, 2019, electronic waste will be collected
  • Hazardous household waste will be accepted as soon as the license is obtained.

Electronic waste is picked up by Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA), an industry-led, not-for-profit organization that operates regulated recycling programs across Canada that ensure end-of-life electronics are handled in a safe, secure and environmentally-sound manner. EPRA has more than 2,000 authorized collection sites across Canada.

When household hazardous waste collection is in place, Product Care Association (PCA) will collect it and ensure it doesn’t end up in the landfill.

What HHW can be dropped off? Click here

What E-Waste can be dropped off? Click here

Map of Landfills, Transfer Stations and Hazardous Waste Depot


Solid Waste Management Policy

Download our Solid Waste Management Policy here.