Garbage collection in the Town of Hardisty is Monday. If Monday is a Holiday, then it is Tuesday. See Flagstaff Regional Solid Waste Management Association for more information.
Garbage Pick-Up & Transfer Site
Flagstaff Waste Management performs the garbage pick-up service in town, and manages the transfer site 3.7 km northwest of downtown Hardisty. Regular residential waste pickup occurs Monday mornings (Tuesday if Monday is a holiday). The transfer site is open both Wednesday and Saturday mornings from 8:30 a.m. until 12 p.m. (noon).
You are allowed a maximum of four (4) bags of garbage per week. Additional bag tags are available from the Town of Hardisty Office Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at a cost of $2 each.
There are compost bins in Town at the Town Shop, Fire Hall and the new subdivision. These are to be used for grass clippings and leaves only, so please empty the bags, and put the bags into the regular garbage. If you are unable to get your compost to any of the bins, please contact our office.
- All HARD plastic. Includes: #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, & #7 (found on container in a triangle).
- There is to be NO plastic, plastic film or styrofoam.
Flagstaff Regional Solid Waste Management Association
Phone: 780-384-3950 | Fax: 780-384-3926
Manager: Murray Hampshire
Members: County of Flagstaff, Towns of Daysland and Hardisty, and Villages of Alliance and Forestburg.
Status: Operates Sedgewick Regional Landfill (SW11-45-12-W4) and transfer stations at: Alliance, Battle Bend, Daysland, Forestburg, Hardisty.
Town of Hardisty Regular Council Meeting
December 13, 2016, MOTION 283/16MOVED by Councillor Lane THAT Council approve Flagstaff Regional Solid Waste Managements’ Proposal for Regional Transfer Site Service with a projected start date of January 1, 2017:
THAT FRSWMA remove “Transitional Transfer Sites” (Heisler, Killam, Lougheed, Rosalind, Sedgewick, Strome & Galahad) from the FRSWMA Regional Service effective January 1, 2017.
THAT future free weekends and the municipal “town bin” at each of the “transitional site partners will continue to be funded by FRSWMA.
THAT any other future FRSWMA involvement (if any) at the transitional sites, will be negotiated individually with each community council.
THAT FRSWMA will enter into operational agreements with all Transitional Transfer Site partners (Heisler, Strome, Galahad, Lougheed, Rosalind).
THAT FRSWMA will enter into operational agreements with all Regional Transfer Site partners (Daysland, Forestburg, Hardisty and Alliance).
WHEREAS Killam and Sedgewick municipalities have voted to have their existing transfer sites to be closed permanently and will still be able to participate in the future free weekends and municipal “town bin” offer made to the transitional site partners.