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More Landfill Gas Wells = More Electricity
Beginning Monday, June 13, 2016, 12 new landfill gas wells will be drilled at Crane Mountain Landfill increasing overall energy production.
Gas wells are drilled vertically into capped portions of the landfill.   These wells capture landfill gas and pipe it to the generator to produce electricity.  The 12 new wells will add to the 45 already in operation and will increase electrical production to the Saint John Energy Grid.  
The drilling and connection process will take two weeks, and during this period harmless minor gas odours may be noticeable in the immediate vicinity of the landfill.  
Read more about Landfill Gas to Energy

Thursday February 16th

Crane Mountain Landfill will close today at 2 pm

Saint John - Thursday's collection has been moved to Saturday.

Quispamsis & Rothesay - Thursday's collection has been moved to Friday

Please note:  Quispamsis Wednesday collection that was not picked up on Wednesday will be completed on Friday.

LSD St Martins & Fairfield Thursday garbage collection has been moved to Monday Feb 20

Town of Hampton - Thursday compost collection as scheduled.  If they cannot complete collection today, they will finish tomorrow.  Roll out your cart in Hampton!

LSD Hampton (Nauwigewauk) & LSD Rothesay garbage collection for today Thursday has been moved to Mon Feb 20, and Compost on Mon Feb 20 moved to Thurs Feb 23.

Crescent Valley garbage and compost collection cancelled today.  They will be picked up next Thursday.

To be sure you know your collection day, sign up for a reminder above, and all cancellations or changes impacting your address will be sent directly to you.



 Winter Storms Impact the Blue Bins Too


Please recycle all year long! But please be patient when recycling after a snow storm.  Snow can drift over our Blue Bins during storms and it can take a day or two to get them all cleared out and ready to take your recycling.
Consider holding onto your recycling for a day or two after a storm.  It really helps!