|Transfer Station||King William St||Kallio Road|
|Location||149 King William Street, Kearney
|147 Kallio Road
“Sand Lake Site”
|Hours of Operation||Friday – Tuesday
9:00 am to 1:30 pm
Friday – Tuesday
Transfer Station Cards were not mailed out with your tax bill this year. Transfer Station Cards are available for pick-up at the Town Office or at the Transfer Station Site.
Our Transfer Station Attendant is Martin Filmore
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are asking that visits to the Transfer Station be limited to essential waste.
The Town of Kearney has partnered with Diabetes Canada, and now offers donation bins at both Transfer Station sites. Check out Diabetes Canada’s website for information on what we can accept!
DIABETES BINS ARE CLOSED DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Annual Hazardous Waste Day Event – Pending Covid 19 – Saturday, August 8, 2020 9am to 2 pm
What can you bring?
- Paints and Coatings
- Oil Filters
- Batteries (all types)
- Aerosol Cans
- Propane Cylinders (i.e. camping, BBQ)
- Oil Containers
- Fire Extinguishers (portable)
- Fluorescent Lamps
- Mercury Switches
- Sharps (must be in sealed RIGID, leak-proof container)
- Bases (Caustic, Alkaline)
- Oxidizing Materials
- Organic Peroxides
- Car Batteries
Don’t want to wait for the next event, or need to dispose of that hazardous waste right now? Did you know that many local retailers accept used/empty/excess at their stores?
See the list below to find out where you can get rid of it! Whether it is paint, batteries, oil, cleaners/solvents, light bulbs, used oil or oil containers, pressurized containers, fertilizers/pesticides, coolant/antifreeze, there just may be a spot to take it!
Local Commercial Businesses in Huntsville Which Recycle Hazardous Waste
Receives: Dry cell batteries and also lawn tractor batteries
Receives: Car batteries, anti-freeze, motor oil
Receives: Motor oil
70 King William St Unit 24
Huntsville, ON P1H 2A5
Receives: Rechargeable Batteries Alkaline /Single-Use Batteries
Receives: Motor oil
Receives: Electronic waste (televisions, VCRs, DVD players, radios, computers, printers, etc.)
Are you looking to get rid of expired/unwanted medications or sharps (needles) ? The Health Products Stewardship Association offers the following website to help! www.healthsteward.ca