Multi-family complex collection

Weekly waste collection in multi-family complexes may differ between complexes. Some complexes have communal collection areas while other complexes have their residents putting their waste at the curb each week.

Complexes that receive full size waste carts (black) and smaller green organic carts:

  • Axxess @ Summerwood
  • Charlton Court
  • Charlton Greens
  • Clarkdale Shores on the Pond
  • Clover Leaf Point Condos
  • Corner Stone Village
  • Cravenbrook
  • Creekside Village
  • Crystal Estates
  • Excalibur Estates
  • Forest Grove Condos
  • Foxhaven Cove
  • Foxhaven Lake Estates
  • Foxhaven Shores
  • Glencoe Place
  • Harbour Park
  • Horizon Village
  • Lakeland Park
  • Manor in Nottingham
  • Regency Heights I & II
  • Silver Oaks I & II
  • Strathcona Mews
  • Summerwood Greens
  • Summit Pointe
  • Sun Rise Village
  • Woodbridge Knoll

When you place your waste out please ensure that:

  • there is a one metre clearance on both sides of the cart from any recycling bags, fences, mailboxes or any other objects
  • there are no vehicles parked on the street of your complex as the waste truck will need space to access the carts

Complexes that have pre-designated communal collection areas:

These complexes will have a Wednesday collection day and will not receive roll-out carts. Waste and recycling will need to be separated.

  • Beacon Hills
  • Broadmoor Lake
  • Clover Bar Pioneer Court
  • Davidson Creek Housing Coop
  • Great Oaks I & II
  • Greenwood Village
  • Lincoln Park
  • Sherwood Green

All other multi-family complexes within Sherwood Park have commercial dumpster service. Your service schedule and routine will not change.

Questions?
780-449-5514

Increasing multi-family waste diversion rates

In March 2015, Waste Management Bylaw 39-2014 was passed to increase waste diversion in multi-family buildings and complexes.

 

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As a result of this bylaw

  • All multi-family buildings and complexes must have paper or cardboard recycling opportunities available to residents in addition to waste services
  • Each complex or building will need to complete a Waste Diversion Compliance Plan (85.9 KB) prior to September 30, 2015. This plan must be updated annually.
  • Any commercial hauling company operating in Strathcona County will need to complete a Waste Diversion Compliance Plan (74.5 KB) annually. This will increase communication and help educate residents on waste and recycling processes.

Organics carts available at the Broadview Enviroservice Station

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Green carts at the Broadview Enviroservice station

If you do not have access to on site organic waste diversion at your building you can contact the Waste Diversion Program Liaison at 780-416-6784 to receive your free kitchen catcher. Carts are available to empty your food waste into at the Broadview Enviroservice Station free of charge. Download the Green Routine app or click here for more information about the green carts.  

Multi-family buildings that are going the extra mile

The following buildings have added on site organic waste collection for their residents:

  • Encore
  • Emerald Hills Apartments
  • Aspen Village
  • Brittany Lane Housing Co-op

During the eight-month pilot project these building diverted between 43% to 47% of their waste from the landfill. They continue to do their part by having organic waste diversion as a permanent part of their environmental initiatives.

If you would like to learn more about recycling opportunities or about including organics diversion in your building, please contact:

Utilities
Waste Diversion Program Liaison
Erin Wildeboer
Phone: 780-416-6784
Email: Erin.wildeboer@strathcona.ca

Last updated: Tuesday, December 11, 2018
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