Recycling stations

Recycle bins in a row

Strathcona County has two recycling stations,Broadview Enviroservice Station and Ardrossan Recycle Station, plus monthly recycling events in South Cooking Lake.

Broadview Enviroservice Station

Ardrossan Recycle Station

  • 80-3 Avenue, Ardrossan
  • Open seven days a week, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • The Ardrossan Boy scouts help to keep this station clean - keep them safe!

South Cooking Lake monthly events

Temporary recycling site

The temporary recycling site is now closed.

Health and safety

To ensure the health and well-being of all staff and other residents:

  • Please stay home if you are feeling sick or showing any symptoms of COVID-19
  • Follow the instructions of the attendant
  • Only 15 vehicles will be permitted at any given time
  • Keep at least 2 metres from others (physical distancing)
  • Avoid touching communal surfaces, and wash or sanitize your hands afterwards
  • Strathcona County will be following Alberta Health Services guidelines such as cleaning high contact points on a regular basis.

Residents can find up-to-date information on how to protect themselves and neighbours at strathcona.ca/covid19.

Please check where and when you can drop off your materials before leaving using the chart below.

Type of material Broadview   Ardrossan South Cooking Lake
 

Recycling Services
Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
and 8 p.m. on Thursdays

  Daily
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Last weekend
of the month
Recycling (paper, cardboard, glass, plastic, etc.)  
Styrofoam and Tetra Paks      
Yard waste (leaves and grass)      
Brush (standard truck bed load - 4'x8'x2' max)      
Tires    
Electronics      
Hazardous wastes, paint, oil, propane tanks, batteries, etc.      
Small waste items* / household waste*      
Furniture* / mattresses*      
Appliances and metal      
Organics      

*Fees may apply

We thank residents for their continued understanding, as we continue to support measures to limit the spread of infection and, ultimately, to keep our employees, customers, community and visitors healthy and safe.

Last updated: Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Page ID: 39955