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For the most up to date information in reference to Garbage & Recycling information, please click the link below.

Website: City of Brandon Landfill 

Location: Proceed east on Victoria Avenue to 33rd Street East, turn South, drive for approximately 500m


Sanitation Landfill Site

3300 block of Victoria Avenue East

Office Phone: 204-729-2281 
Scale phone: 204-729-2161


Sanitation Fee Schedule


Hours of Operation:

            Summer Hours (April 1 - Oct 31)      

               Winter Hours (November 1 - March 31)                 

         Monday to Friday:    8:00 a.m. - 7:45 p.m.          

    Monday to Friday:    8:00 a.m. - 5:45 p.m.

    Saturday & Holidays:    8:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.      

         Saturday:             8:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.

                  Sunday:         11:00 a.m. - 6:45 p.m.

    Sundays:     Closed   

Easter Sunday:      Closed

 Remembrance Day, Christmas, New Year & Louis Riel Day: Closed   


Please note: There is a $5.00 flat fee for all residential customers entering the Eastview Landfill.


Residential refuse – no fee under 500 KG, except the entrance fee. Please confirm applicable rates with the Sanitation Department at the contact number listed above. Everyone who does not pay taxes to the City has to pay the commercial rates to use the landfill site. Everyone is asked their name and address upon entering the landfill site. Remember to tarp your refuse and put yard waste into clear bags. 


Garbage Collection
Brandon has two types of refuse collection: Street Front and Back Lane. All residents are provided with two portable garbage bins, one with a black lid for household refuse and one with a blue lid where recyclables are placed loose. Residents can also receive a small kitchen collector for compostable items. The refuse bins need only be put out for pickup when they are full. Please remember not to overfill the refuse containers, as lids must be able to close.


Please remember to double bag all pet waste and litter.


Cut tree branches are permitted in the refuse container provided they are cut to fit and the lid is able to close. If you have purchased a previously owned home, the previous owner should leave the refuse carts with the house. If you are building or purchasing a new home please call the number below to arrange for garbage bins.


Brandon residential refuse is picked up on a 4-day cycle. To determine your pick-up day or to obtain a copy of the annual refuse calendar please call 204-729-2161 or visit Sanitation Routes.


Portable refuse and recycling carts must be placed at the edge of your driveway or back lane by 6 a.m. on your scheduled pick-up day and removed within 24 hours of your collection.


Household Hazardous Waste Depot:

Hours of Operation: Thursday, Friday & Saturdays 9:00 am to 12:00 noon, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Closed on statutory holidays.


For more information on all aspects of waste disposal, including recycling, please call 204-729-2281 or visit There are designated depots for used paint and lights within the city of Brandon, click on the following link for locations:


If you have large waste items that do not fit in your garbage bins you can take them directly to the land fill or contact 204-729-2281 to arrange pickup, there is a minimal charge per item. Each oversize item MUST have a tag purchased prior to pick up. There is no cost for disposing of residential refuse that weighs 500 kgs (1/2 tonne) or less if brought to the landfill. Please contact the landfill to determine disposal fees for loads in excess of 500 kgs.


The following items should not be placed in household or recyclable or compost containers: hot ashes, liquids or hazardous waste (oil, paint, solvents, pesticides, etc.) needles — these should be placed in biohazard containers available from local vets and pharmacies. construction and/or renovation waste.



Materials Accepted:

PAPER: newsprint/flyers; phone directories, magazines/catalogues; office paper
CARDBOARD: Boxboard (ex. cereal boxes) and corrugated (ex. shipping boxes)
CONTAINERS: Aseptic (ex. juice boxes) and gable-top (ex. milk cartons)
CONTAINERS: Steel and aluminum cans and glass bottles/jars
CONTAINERS: Plastic #1 (ex. pop bottles), Plastic #2 (ex. milk jugs), Plastic #4,5, & 7 (ex. yogurt/margarine tubs, squeezable food product bottles)


Recylcing Do's Recycling Don'ts
No bagging or sorting required, place in the portable recycling bin loose NO plastic shopping bags, film or packaging.
Rinse containers, but labels can be left on. Flatten containers. Breakdown boxes. NO needles - use biohazard containers available at local vets and pharmacies
Recycle rechargeable and/or cell-phone batteries at City Hall / Civic Works Complex / Eastview Landfill, for other recycle locations ( NO Styrofoam, aluminum foil/plates, medical waste, mirrors, light bulbs, etc.
Recycle Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) bulbs at Home Depot. NO Yard Waste (leaves, grass clipping, tree branches, garden waste) - these can be composted


ECO Centre
There is an ECO center on site that will accept used motor oil, oil filters and containers as well as old antifreeze and antifreeze containers. Hours for the ECO center are Monday through Saturday 8a.m. - 12:00 noon, 1p.m. - 4p.m.. Closed Sunday and all statutory holidays.


E-Waste Collection Centre
An outlet for residents to drop-off unwanted household electronic equipment has been set up at the City of Brandon's Landfill Site. The City of Brandon will accept residential E-waste year around. For more information on Manitoba's sustainable development, please visit the WasteWise website.


The City of Brandon encourages composting through the provision of a small kitchen collector. Full kitchen collectors can be emptied and yard waste disposed of at one of these six convenient depot locations: East View Landfill site for composting, Rideau Park, Kirkcaldy Boat Launch, 34th and Victoria, Westridge Community Center or 1st and Richmond or may also be added to your backyard composter if you have one.


A voluntary curbside pick-up composting program was implemented in the Spring of 2013. If you are interested in participating in the program please call 204-729-2281 to sign up.

What goes into the kitchen compost collector What stays out of the kitchen compost collector
Fruits and vegetables, table scraps, breads, rice, pasta, coffee grounds, filters, tea bags, eggshells, etc. Paper Fibers, paper egg cartons, fast food drink trays soiled paper towels, tissues and serviettes. Meats, bones, fish, dairy products, fat, plastics, metals, wood, tin and other non-compostable materials.


Other Stewardship Programs:
Follow this link to WasteWise for information on other industry led stewardship programs such as:


  • Recycle My Battery Program
  • Call2Recycle
  • Recycle My Cell Program
  • Manitoba Medications Return Program
  • Simply Recycle
  • Product Care
  • Recycle Everywhere
  • Switch the Stat’ Program
  • Tire Recycling Program


Commercial and Residential Fee for Service Collectors:


Waste Management of Canada
230 Van Horne Avenue
Brandon, MB R7A 7R8
Phone: 204-725-2570 or toll free 1-877-486-2102


Overland Waste & Recycling
620 A Richmond Avenue East
Brandon, MB R7A 7G8
Phone: 204-727-0733 Fax: 204-727-0732


Brandon Waste & Recycling
143 Industrial Drive
Brandon, MB R7A 7S6
Phone: 204-573-7996 Fax: 204-725-3306


Did you know?


  • 40,000 trees are saved every year, thanks to paper recycling in Brandon.
  • One recycled aluminum can saves enough electricity to run a TV for three hours.
  • Five 2-litre pop bottles can be recycled into a large T-shirt.


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Brandon, MB R7A 6A2
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