Waste Management Sites

Ward 3 (Oak River)

SUMMER HOURS ( April 15th to October 14th )

Tuesday 9am – 12pm
Thursday 3pm – 8pm
Saturday 10am – 5pm

WINTER HOURS ( October 15th – April 14th)

Tuesday 9am – 12pm
Thursday 1pm – 4pm
Saturday 10am – 2pm

DIRECTIONS:  (Oak River area): 4 miles Northeast of Oak River. Directions: (from Oak River)  2 miles North on PR 354 and 2 miles East on road 79N. Located on the NW ¼ of 1-14-22W

Ward 1 & 2 (Rapid City)

SUMMER HOURS ( April 15th to October 14th )

Monday 3pm – 6pm
Wednesday 3pm – 6pm
Saturday 10am – 12pm       &      1pm – 5pm

WINTER HOURS ( October 15th – April 14)

Wednesday 1pm – 5pm
Saturday 10am – 12pm        &     1pm – 5pm

DIRECTIONS: (Rapid City area): 3/4 mile North of Rapid City (over the bridge). Directions: (from junction of Highway 24 and PR 270 in Rapid City) 1/2 a mile North on Highway 24, turn left/West at the top of the hill, by the Rapid City Landfill sign and it’s approximately a 1/4 mile west down the road.

Please click the link to see the Rapid City 2021 Collection Schedule

LUD of Oak River & Cardale Waste Collection By-Law |  VIEW BYLAW 2015-7

LUD of Rapid City Waste Collection By-Law | VIEW BYLAW 2015-8


Oak River has 2 recycling bins, located on South Railway Street,  across from the Credit Union.

Rapid City has 4 recycling bins, located on the corner of Highway 24 and PR 270; at 485 2nd Avenue.

Cardale has a recycling shed, located on the North Side of Second Avenue North, the Southeast corner of the baseball diamonds.

For more information please see our Recycling Poster

IMPORTANT! It has been brought to our attention and the attention of MWM (Municipal Waste Management) that increased contamination has been taken to recycling facilities. Please be mindful of the items you are placing in the recycling containers and remember that there are people physically handling everything coming out of said containers. A good rule of thumb is; if you are not sure whether it’s recyclable, then it should be placed in the trash.
MWM drivers will be inspecting contents and may not empty a container if it is heavily contaminated. The goal is to educate not to penalize, although if the problem continues, fines will be issued! MWM is implementing a fine/contamination fee for those who refuse to comply with recycling guidelines.


Manitoba Hydro’s Refrigerator Retirement Program provides an easy, efficient and environmentally responsible way of getting rid of your old working second fridge or freezer. You can get your appliance picked up for free, receive $50 for each one, and realize energy savings of up to $100 per year. The program ensures the unit is recycled in the most environmentally responsible way, reducing the waste that ends up in our landfills. Find out if you qualify and book your pick-up today.


Accepted Recycling:

  • Newspapers (flyers & inserts)
  • Telephone Books
  • Magazines & Catalogues (including glossy paper)
  • Office Paper (bond paper, envelopes, craft paper, etc.)
  • Shredded Office Paper
  • Boxboard (cereal boxes, laundry detergent boxes, toy boxes, show boxes etc.)
  • Corrugated Cardboard
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Steel/Tin Cans
  • Glass Jars & Bottles (liquor bottles and glass jars) (no lids)
  • Gable Top Beverage Cartons (milk, milk products and juice cartons)
  • Plastics
    • 01 PET: soda and water bottles; ketchup and salad dressing bottles; peanut butter and jam containers
    • 02 PE-HD: milk, water, juice, and vinegar jugs; certain shampoo or toiletry bottles; cereal box liner; laundry detergent jugs
    • 04 PE-LD: clear plastic bags; squeezable bottles: eg. honey or mustard; cling films; flexible container lids; ice cream lids
    • 05 PP: reusable microwaveable ware; yogurt containers; margarine tubes; syrup containers; microwave meal trays
    • 07 O: citrus juice bottles; ketchup bottles; large reusable water bottles & containers; oven baking bags

PLEASE WASH OUT ALL FOOD AND BEVERAGE CONTAINERS and EMPTY ALL RECYCLING BAGS! Please do NOT put your recycling bags in the containers. Thank you

Not Accepted Recycling:

  • Plastic Bags and Film
  • Aluminum Foil of any kind
  • Dishes, ceramics or crystal
  • Styrofoam/foam packaging of any kind
  • Paint cans or oil cans (can be taken to the WMS – ONLY EMPTY paint cans;
    paint cans with paint left in them can be taken to the Hazardous Waste in Brandon, MB)
  • Paper towels, tissues or napkins
  • Windows glass, mirrors or broken glass
  • Steel pots & pans
  • Scrap Metal (can be taken to the WMS)
  • Wax or foil coated paper

Consumer Batteries and Cell Phones

R.M. of Oakview has Call2Recycle drop boxes located in the lobby of the municipal offices, both in Oak River and Rapid City. Drop off your used batteries and cell phones into the drop box located in the lobby of the municipal office. Instructions are located on the drop box. Rechargeable and normal batteries are accepted. Cell phones and their batteries regardless of their size, make, model or age.