Waste Transfer Station

This municipal transfer station is open to RM of Britannia No. 502 ratepayers only. All waste must be placed in the appropriate areas as directed by the waste transfer station supervisor. Household waste must be properly bagged.

This municipal transfer station is now allowing ratepayers to dispose of appliances free of charge.

We are accepting the following under the direction of our site supervisor:

Car batteries, used vehicle oil & oil containers and filters.


NE 24-51-26-W3 (South of the Hamlet of Hillmond)


    • Tuesdays & Wednesdays open from 10 am to 6 pm
    • Fridays open from 10 am to 6 pm
    • Saturdays open from 10 am to 4 pm
      Closed : Sunday, Monday, Thursday & Statutory Holidays

** Effective December 16, 2019 – ANY AND ALL HOSE MUST BE CUT INTO 48″ LENGTHS **
We have been asked by the Lloydminster landfill that we do not accept any hoses, until they have been cut into 48″ long pieces. The long hoses get caught in their landfill packers and wreck the equipment.


Please click the link above to see the new now accepted items and instructions for disposal. INCLUDING Grain Bags, Baler twine, Televisions, Paint and Antifreeze!

** A reminder to those dropping off grain bags, that they need to be clean and rolled tightly otherwise penalties will be incurred**

Waste Disposal Transfer Station Information: updated waste transfer station flyer.pdf

The following items are prohibited at the municipal transfer station:

    • Tires
    • Computer Monitors
    • Pesticides & Containers
    • Rocks
    • Rubble
    • Soil
    • Animal Carcasses
    • Asphalt
    • Burning barrel ashes

Lloydminster Landfill may accept the above stated items for a fee. For more information, please contact the City of Lloydminster Landfill at (306) 825-9708 or visit  http://www.lloydminster.ca/

For any questions about the RM of Britannia Waste Transfer Station, please call  306-821-2314.

Burning of Grain Bags

According to the Ministry of the Environment, it is illegal to burn grain bags on public OR private property.  Fines for burning grain bags range from $0 – 1 million dollars based on the severity of the offense. The most relevant restrictions related to grain bag burning can be found in The Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2002, under Section 4(1) – Prohibition on discharges and in The Clean Air Regulations under Section 11 – Prohibition, burning.

CLEAN Grain Bags and Baler twine are now accepted at the Waste Transfer Station for your convenience.

Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council

Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council has promoted backyard composting for more than 30 years. More than half of what goes into waste facilities can be composted. Residents who compost at home benefit not only themselves by producing a valuable gardening product, but also their communities by keeping materials out of the waste stream.

SWRC has free online resources on backyard composting:

    • Composting in 60 seconds video series — these videos offer concise information on various aspects of composting, including choosing a bin, using finished compost, composting in winter, trench composting, vermicomposting and bokashi composting
    • Home Composting on the Prairies — (22 minute video) in-depth on composting basics, tailored to prairie climates
    • What’s Your Composting Style? — a short quiz that suggests composting options depending on the person’s preferences and situation.
    • Dishing the Dirt — results of a year-long research project where volunteers tested 25 different types of home composting
    • General Composting information — many more resources on the composting section of our website