NOTE: Waste Management Facility in Salford reopening Tuesday, May 19
Our Waste Management Facility in Salford is reopening with regular business hours for residential and commercial users beginning Tuesday, May 19, 2020.
For safety of all visitors and staff, we ask that customers avoid making non-essential trips. Customers making essential trips to the facility may experience delays, as the number of vehicles allowed into the site at one time will be limited. Visitors to the facility will be required to follow provincial health guidelines for physical distancing. This means between staff and other site visitors must stay at least 2metres / 6 feet apart while onsite and are encouraged to follow proper hand washing/sanitization practices before and after their visits.
Customers should also note that contactless payment methods like debit and credit are preferred over cash payment at this time.
Customers are reminded not to visit the facility if they are sick or displaying symptoms of COVID-19.
Oxford County’s Waste Management Facility (landfill) is a one-stop shop for residents and businesses in Oxford County to dispose of their garbage and recycling. Play the video to take a virtual tour of the facility to see how it operates and what kinds of materials you can bring for disposal.
To help ensure the safe and efficient operation of the site, customers are asked to observe the following rules:
- Unsafe loads will be rejected.
- Objects that could damage machinery will be rejected.
- Speed limits must be obeyed.
- Customers are responsible for removing waste material from their vehicles.
- Loads must be tarped and secured.
- No illegal dumping of waste.
- Scavenging is not permitted.
- Contact us for questions and concerns.