Cleanfarms 2021 - Unwanted Pesticides & Old Livestock/Equine Medications Collection
Safely dispose of unwanted or obsolete agricultural pesticides and livestock/equine medications - no charge at the South Country Co-op in High River on October 25 (and other locations from October 25-29). For more information click here.
Transfer Station Information
For residents that use Rocky View County transfer sites, please note that Rocky View will now be charging $25/use for non-residents. The Priddis and Black Diamond transfer sites located in Foothills County are available for garbage disposal. Bags can be purchased at the Priddis Transfer Site, Black Diamond Esso, Hi-Ho in Turner Valley or at the Millarville General Store. Recycling is also available at the Priddis transfer site once an account is set up with Range Recycling.
Visit foothillslrrc.com for more information
Foothills Landfill and Resource Recovery Centre - Hydrovac Facility
Foothills Landfill and Resource Recovery Centre is pleased to announce the completion of our new hydrovac facility.
We are now able to receive non contaminated hydrovac waste at our newly constructed Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) approved site.
Designed for safety and efficiency our site features multiple dumping stations to speed up turnaround time. Our large, elevated gravel staging area and concrete dumping pad provide a clean and safe work area for operators to empty and clean out their trucks.
Offering reasonable rates, and now extended hours to better serve your needs.
Feel free to stop in and let us help you save time and money, while disposing of your hydrovac waste in a safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible manner.
Location: 434137 Hwy 783, Okotoks AB T1S 1B6
Hours Of Operation: Sunday: Closed
Please note that only hydro-vac loads are accepted at the site after 4:30.
Contact: Foothills Landfill: 403-938-5224
Hydrovac Facility Direct Line: 403-336-0511
'Mountie Moments' is a great initiative started by the RCMP members within the County to provide regular updates, statistics, and important information or investigations which are relevant to the County and surrounding communities.
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