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Keeping Lloydminster green is as easy as one, two, three. Knowing what goes into which receptacle is the key to keeping Lloydminster green and clean. The following are acceptable items that can be placed in your waste cart:
Air filters
Air freshners
Anti-static sheets
Baby food jars (glass)
Bakeware
Band-Aids
Bottle caps
Bricks
Bubble wrap
Candles
Cellophane
Ceramics
Clayware
Cigarette butts
Cleaning wipes
Clothes
Diapers
Dry cleaner bags
Egg cartons (plastic or Styrofoam)
Foam
Glass
Light bulbs
Mirrors
Laminated paper products
Leather
Liners from cereal boxes
Nails

Nuts and bolts
Needles (in a safe container)
Paint cans (empty)
Pencils
Plastic bags
Plastic caps
Plastic wine cork
Ribbons
Rope
Rubber bands
Screws
Soiled wipes
Styrofoam
Toothbrushes
Twine 
Ziploc bags



For information about household hazardous waste and items accepted at the Lloydminster Sanitary Landfill, click here.

What happens to my waste?
Once collected, household waste is transported to the Lloydminster Sanitary Landfill where it is sorted and recycled according to materials. In 2013, the Lloydminster Sanitary Landfill received a total of 259,439 tonnes of material. Of this amount, only 13 per cent (33,220 tonnes) was landfilled. Eighty-one per cent of the incoming material is recycled, while six per cent (liquid and septic waste) is treated. On the average, the landfill received 727 tonnes of materials per day.

Complete list of curbside collection stream items.