Transfer Stations

Operating Procedures

See our holiday schedule for special hours.

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Residents that receive curbside collection can utilize all sites for the disposal of oil, scrap metal, white goods (appliances), car batteries, propane tanks (20-30 lbs. only) and rimless tires. Refer to each site for specific details.

E-waste is also accepted at most sites. Please refer to the Operating Procedures for details. 

Tilbury East Transfer Station Pilot Project

In 2023, all Chatham-Kent transfer station users will be required to display a form of identification that confirms their eligibility for the service upon entering a transfer station. In preparation for this initiative, a pilot project will be conducted at the Tilbury East Transfer Station between January and June of 2023. A letter was mailed to all affected residents in November 2022 with detailed instructions on how to properly display the permit and a Frequently Asked Questions page for more information. Failing to display the access permit will result in your being denied the service at the Tilbury East Transfer Station.

Excess Waste/Fees

Residents with excess garbage or building material can deliver items to the Harwich Transfer Station or Wallaceburg Transfer Station. Cash-only fees do apply.

The Ridge Landfill, a privately owned landfill will also accept excess waste. Fees do apply. 

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