This video walkthrough of an Agricultural Roundup shows the facilities available and the proper methods for disposing of waste materials.

Agriculture Roundups are mobile waste facilities to collect specific agricultural materials for recycling. These are held during the summer months at various locations throughout the county where transfer sites are not available.

2016 Dates & Locations

View a map with all dates & locations

  • June 1: Scott Lake Transfer Site
    252016 Sibbald Creek Trail (Highway 1 & Highway 68, in Volker Stevin yard)
    9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • July 6: Viterra Grain Facility
    29340 Highway 2a (Between Crossfield & Carstairs)
    9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • July 13: Springbank Community Church
    32242 Township Road 245 (South of Calaway Park)
    9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • July 20: Balzac Fire Station 107
    291015 Rocky View Drive (Highway 566 east of the overpass on Highway 2)
    9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • July 27: Weedon Pioneer Hall
    42299 Weedon Trail (Corner of Highway 22 & Big Hill Springs Road)
    9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • August 3: Bottrel General Store
    #4 Bottrel Street (Range Road 284, west of Highway 22)
    9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • September 7: Madden Transfer Site
    285090 Symons Valley Road (Northeast of the intersection of Highway 772 & Highway 574)
    9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • September 14: Delacour Community Hall
    275194 Township Road 254 (East of the intersection of Highway 791 & Highway 564)
    9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • September 28: Jumping Pound Community Hall
    44208 Township Road 250 (North of the Jumping Pound turn off on Highway 1)
    9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Accepted Materials

  • Pesticide containers (triple/pressure rinsed)
  • Unused herbicides
  • Wire (rolled up and free of non-metal)
  • E-Waste (TVs, Computers, etc)
  • Household Hazardous Waste
  • Tires (call 403.520.6378 in advance)
  • Paint (100ml to 24 litres)
  • Twine (in clear bags)
  • Silage wrap
  • Tarps (rolled and tied with twine)
  • Bunker/grain bags

Please prepare waste properly to ensure the materials are accepted. The garbage materials page provides a full list of acceptable materials and proper preparation guidelines.

Unacceptable Materials

  • Twine not in clear bags
  • Unrolled wire
  • Wire with fence posts or concrete attached
  • Household plastics
  • Incorrectly prepared ag plastics

When unacceptable materials are received at a Roundup, they will be redirected to a landfill.

Visiting a Roundup

Once you reach a Roundup site, an attendant will:

  • Record your name, address, phone number and the community you live in.
  • Check the types of materials you are dropping off.
  • Direct you to the location(s) to drop off material.

When at the bin or location to drop off material:

  • Take the time to place the material in the correct bin or barrel so is can be processed properly.
  • If in doubt, leave it out and locate an attendant in a safety vest for advice on where the materials should be placed.

To get in and out of the transfer site quickly and safely remember:

  • Be considerate and patient when dropping off your materials.
  • Bring age-appropriate people to help unload your materials.
  • Staff are not available to assist with the unloading of any items.
  • Materials left at sites before or after the scheduled times are considered illegal dumping and will be dealt with accordingly.


Solid Waste & Recycling

Farm Cleanup Assistance
4-H Foundation of Alberta

How can I get rid of...?

Tires? Pesticides? Old TVs? Paint? Metal barrels? Plywood?—Check out the Garbage Materials page for a comprehensive listing of where in the County you can dispose of unwanted items.

Strategy & Master Plan

For the long-term benefit of our environment, communities, and residents, the following guiding documents have been developed: