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Tires should be taken to the landfill for recycling. Fines for leaving tires outside the compactor are far greater than the small fee for recycling.

Pemberton Curbside Garbage

Curbside Garbage Collection is available to residents of Pemberton.

The cost of the service is based on the collection of a 95 Gallon Bear Proofed Wheeled Tote per household on a bi-weekly basis. The waste is disposed at the Resort Municipality of Whistler’s transfer station where the tipping fee is $140 per Metric Tonne.

The cost per year is $367.92comprised of the following:

  • Service & Tipping Fee: $350.40
  • GST: $17.52

Call Carney’s Waste Systems to set up your Curbside Collection in Pemberton: 604- 892-5604

Pickup Schedule

Place totes on curb by 7:45 AM with clips unlocked and secured.

>> Printable 2017 Collection schedule 

>> PRINTABLE 2016 Collection SCHEDULE

Pemberton Transfer Station

Residents of Pemberton can take their garbage, recyclables and food scraps (organics) to the Pemberton Transfer Station.

Waste, Recycling and Food Scraps (Organics) may be dropped here during regular hours of operations. Recycling and Food Scraps (Organics) is free! 
Also available here is the Provincial Stewardship drop off for Paint and Household Hazardous Wastes.

Address: 1947 Carpenter Road in the Pemberton Industrial Park
Phone: (604) 894-6371
Managed by Carney’s Waste Systems & AL LeBlanc
Contract with Squamish Lillooet Regional District www.slrd.bc.ca

Hours of Operation:
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 7:00 am to 10:00 am & 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday 10:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Closed Tuesdays & Thursdays!

Accepted Items:

  • Household Waste: Click here for a list of Tipping Fees
  • Recyclables: Click here for a list of how to sort your recyclables and to check out what is Accepted and Not
  • Food Scraps (Organics)
  • Paint and Household Hazardous Waste (through Provincial Stewardship Program)

Plastic Bags and Overwrap have to be separate from all other recyclables

Why? Plastic bags and overwrap are very difficult to separate from other recycling materials. Problems with separation mean that less of the plastic bags and less of the other material can be recycled due to contamination.

Please separate your plastic bags and overwrap from all other recyclables and put in Plastic Bags/ Overwrap (Plastic Film) bin at Nesters and Function Depot Sites. Make sure bags are empty and clean, then stuff bags inside another bag and tie the top.

Plastic bags/overwrap includes: Shopping bags, produce bags for fresh & frozen food, bread bags, overwrap (e.g. for mattresses), outer bags for hygiene products.