The transfer station services R.M. of Dundurn and the Town of Dundurn. You must have a user number issued to you. The attendant will assign you a number with your confirmation of address and which municipality you live in.
The RM of Dundurn owns and operates the facility. Please call them at 306-492-2132 if you have any questions.
May 1 – October 31 Sat & Sun 9-5
November 1 to April 30 Sat 9-4 & Sun 10-2
TRANSFER STATION RATES
‘NO CONTRACTOR WASTE’
Regular Household Garbage (Bags) $2/per bag
Regular Household & General Garbage up to ½ ton truck box* – $25.00
Regular Household & General Garbage over ½ ton truck box* – $50.00
Fridge, Freezer, Air Conditioners – $25.00 each piece
Couch – $25.00 any size
Chair (living room type) – $15.00
Mattress (any size) – $25
Box spring (any size) – $25.00
Shingles & Gyproc/Drywall – $200.00 per 1/2 ton truck
Painted lumber up to ½ ton truck box – $50.00
Painted lumber over ½ ton truck box – $100.00
Barbeque tanks, appliances & other metal – Free
Non-painted wood – Free
Composting – Free
No burning barrels
No railway ties or treated fence posts
Used oil accepted in pails of 20 litres and under. NO drums unless you have a pump.
Metals, burning pit material & composting must be separated.
Please drop off E-Waste (cell phones, TV’s, computers, other electronics) at SARCAN 2327 Faithful Ave. Saskatoon.
NO DANGEROUS GOODS ALLOWED IN THE BINS.
This includes all batteries. Smaller batteries can be taken to Battery Boys in Saskatoon for disposal.
Larger automotive & recreational batteries can be left by the transfer station office. DO NOT PUT THEM IN THE BIN.
Concrete or blocks can be taken to Lafarge @ 71st Street West (by PBR) for disposal for FREE. They will also take asphalt shingles for a fee.
All users of curbside waste and recycling pick up, are reminded to bring in their bins as soon as possible after collection. Not only does it hinder street/grass maintenance but any costs related to damages or replacement due to bins being left out at the curb is the responsibility of the property owner.