ATTENTION: TRANSFER STATIONS ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Norfolk County has a wide variety of services and programs to help our residents dispose of waste as efficiently and environmentally sound as possible.  Information on these programs can be found on this site, or in the 2020 Waste Collection Guide. The Collection Guide was mailed to every home in Norfolk County. Collection Guides are also available at any Norfolk County Customer Service Centre or Library. The guide details important and valuable information regarding the County’s waste and recycling services that are available to its residents.

 

Safe Waste Disposal Guidelines for Residents during COVID-19

  • Do NOT place used rubber gloves, face masks, tissues and napkins, in your recycling box. These items should be placed in your GARBAGE. Wash your hands afterwards.
  • Bag all waste. Do not place waste loosely in garbage containers
  • If you’re sick: place ANY item that has come into contact with your mouth, nose or eyes into the garbage – even items that you normally place into your Recycling Boxes (eg. water/beverage bottles, pop cans, milk/juice cartons, etc.).

Garbage Collection

Garbage is collected weekly in Norfolk County with a limit of 4 bags per household.  To find out about other information about weekly garbage disposal, view our Garbage Collection information page. For special pickup dates such as holidays, view our Holiday Collection Schedule. All garbage must be bagged, including garbage in cans. Any garbage that isn’t bagged will not be collected.

Recycling

Please note: As of December 1, Norfolk County will no longer be accepting bagged recycling. You must use the 2-box ‘Simple Sort’ system. Please view our recycling in Norfolk County page for more information.

Household Hazardous Waste

Events held in April, May, September and October.

Household Hazardous Waste.

Leaf and Yard Waste Collection

New for 2020! The program will now run continually from April 6 until September 30, by urban zones. Click here to learn more yard waste.

For general waste management inquiries or complaints, call Customer Service at 519-582-2100 or 519-428-0020 or e-mail pwcustomerservice@norfolkcounty.ca.

Christmas Tree Recycling Program

Norfolk County is pleased to continue, again this year, the annual Christmas Tree Recycling Program. From Dec. 26, 2020 to Jan. 17, 2021 you can bring your Christmas Tree during regular business hours to these depot locations for mulching.

Courtland Community Centre – 276 Main St of Courtland

Delhi Bulk Water Depot – 80 Industrial Rd

Langton Arena – 28 Albert St

Port Dover – East end of Nelson St

Port Rowan Community Centre – 14 College Ave

Simcoe Transfer Station – 164 Fourteenth St

Simcoe Operations Yard – 8 Schellburg Ave

South Walsingham Transfer Station – 1180 3rd Concession

Walsh Sand Dome – 984 Charlotteville Rd 7

Waterford Heritage & Agricultural Museum – 159 Nichol St

Questions? Norfolk County Public Works 183 Main St of Delhi, Delhi On  N4B 2M3

519-582-2100 or 519-428-0020

Christmas Trees left at the curb will not be picked up. For more details check the 2018/19 Collection Guide.