Recycling

Recycling can reduce your household waste by nearly 50 per cent.

Recycling at the Blue Bin Depots

Please sort your recycling into three categories:
1. Corrugated Cardboard
2. Paper & Boxboard
3. Plastic, Metal & Milk Containers

Please do not bag recyclabes, place them loose into the recycling bins.  Plastic bags & shredded paper are the only items that can be in a bag.

Download Printable Sorting Guide

All recycling items must be clean.
Moving boxes
Appliance boxes

Corrugated Cardboard has the wavy piece in the middle. Please place boxboard 'flat cardboard' in the Paper and Boxboard bin.

PAPER:

Newspapers
Magazines
Flyers
Telephone books
Hardcover books
Computer paper
Coloured paper
Paperback books
Posters
Envelopes

x No wax paper
x No gift wrap

BOXBOARD:

Cereal boxes
Paper towel rolls
Shoe boxes
Kleenex boxes
Cracker boxes

x No milk cartons
x No wax cardboard

PLASTIC Containers

Please rinse all containers
Ice cream tubs
Yogurt containers
Bleach jugs
Antifreeze containers
Plastic milk jugs
Ketchup bottles
Pill bottles

x No Styrofoam


METAL

Tin cans
Coat hangers
Aluminum pie plates
Clean aluminum foil

PLASTIC BAGS

Grocery and shopping bags
Dry cleaner wrap
Clean 'shrink' wrap
Clean bread and frozen food bags
If you can easily stretch a plastic bag it is recyclable

x No chip bags
x No cereal bags

MILK CARTONS
Please rinse cartons

All cardboard milk, cream and buttermilk cartons

x No tetra paks

 

Blue Bin Depot Locations

Browns Flat
Greenwich Recreation Association, Wallace Road


Kingston Peninsula
New Kingston Market


Grand Bay-Westfield / Welsford
Grand Bay Plaza, Highway 177

Highway 7, Welsford


Saint John 
East
Atlantic Superstore, Rothesay Ave
Fulton Lane, Rothesay Road
Loch Lomond Mall, MacDonald Street
McAllister Place Mall
Saint John Airport, Loch Lomond Road 


Saint John South / Central 
Mecklenburg Street


Saint John North
Sobeys, Lansdowne Avenue
100 Boar's Head Road


Saint John West
Baxter Cold Storage Plant, King William Road, Lorneville
Lancaster Mall, Fairville Boulevard
Maritime Paper, Dever Road



Hampton
Service New Brunswick, William Bell Drive


St. Martins
Mosher Hill Road, across from the ball field

 
Notice: 
Community organizations donate the use of their property to host Recycling Depots. Please help us keep the depot sites clean. When items are left outside the blue bins, it is considered illegal dumping, and individuals may be prosecuted. If you see someone illegally dumping items at a Recycling Depot, please contact us at 738-1212.

Click on each blue bin location, and connect to an external map. Fundy Region Solid Waste is not responsible for the contents of external sites.

 

Curbside Recycling in KV

Never miss another collection day!

Sort your recyclables into two separate containers - Blue Box for Paper & Cardboard, and the Green Box for Plastic, Metal & Milk Containers.  Place your recyclables loose into the boxes, do not bag your items.  The only items that can be in bags are plastic bags & shredded paper.

All recyclable material will be delivered to Fundy Region Solid Waste.  Visit www.Rothesay.ca  or www.Quispamsis.ca for more information.  

Collection Day - is the same day as compost collection.  A separate truck collects your recyclables, this truck is split, one side is for the Papers the other for Containers.  

Not enough space for your recyclables?  You can purchase additional recycling boxes at local hardware stores, or the Quispamsis Town office.   Don't worry if it isn't green, you can put your containers in a "blue box"  just make sure you keep your containers and papers separate.
Quispamsis Town Office: Green bin $10, Blue bin $8, Blue bin with lid $12, Just the lid $5.

 

Green Box

Containers
   
Plastic, Metal & Milk

 

Blue Box

Paper  and Cardboard  
Clean and dry paper & cardboard

Plastic Containers
Rinse containers thoroughly. Remove caps
Look for the recycling symbol with 1, 2, or 5

  • Milk, juice jugs
  • Yogurt containers, sour cream, cottage cheese  tubs
  • Ice cream tubs (plastic)
  • Ketchup, oil, vinegar and salad dressing bottles
  • Peanut butter containers
  • Shampoo bottles
  • Bleach and detergent bottles
  • Beverage containers (no glass)

Plastic Bags
Stuff bags into one bag

  • Shopping bags, bread bags, milk bags, resealable  food and freezer bags
  • Bubble wrap

Milk Cartons

  • Milk, cream and buttermilk cartons

Metal Containers

  • All food & pet food cans
  • Aluminum pie plates
  • Clean aluminum foil
  • Pop cans

DO NOT INCLUDE

x Styrofoam
x Black or coloured garbage bags
x Chocolate bar wrappers
x Chip bags
x Vinyl siding
x Aerosol cans
x Paint  cans
x Toys, garden hoses, or furniture
x Tetra paks - soup

 

Paper:

  • Newspaper
  • Office paper
  • Catalogues, phone books
  • Magazines, flyers, brochures and glossy paper
  • Hard & soft cover books

Cardboard:

  • Packaging boxes
  • Appliance boxes
  • Cereal and cracker boxes
  • Tissue boxes
  • Egg cartons
  • Toilet  paper and paper towel cores

DO NOT INCLUDE

x Food contaminated paper or cardboard, e.g. pizza boxes, donut boxes (they belong in compost)
x Milk cartons
x Coffee cups
x Waxed cardboard
x Wax paper
x Gift wrap

   

Tips:

Place items loose in the box. Do not bag items.
Except:

  • shredded paper which should be placed in a clear plastic bag, or paper bag and placed in the paper box.
  •  
  • plastic bags which should be stuffed into one plastic bag and placed in the containers box.

The lid can be used on either box. On windy or rainy days, please put the lid on the papers box and place it on top of the containers box.

Please flatten all boxes.

Corrugated cardboard (flattened) can be placed under a box and large quantities should be tied in bundles no larger than 30” x 30” x 8” (76 cm x 76 cm x 20 cm)

Rinse containers thoroughly. Remove caps.

Look for the recycling symbol with 1, 2, or 5

Labels on containers do not need to be removed.