• Recycling Depots and Information

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The R.M. would like to thank residents for their continued cooperation with recycling.  Recycling numbers continue to rise in our municipality showing that residents do care about the environment and we truly appreciate these efforts.  Everyone is doing a great job and we hope to see numbers rise even more.  
A great resource of information on recycling can be found at Simply Recycle.  If you are unsure of what items you can recycle, go to Recyclepedia.  If you bring your recycling in a plastic bag, please empty the items from the bag and continue re-using your bags. 


To prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure the safety of our communities, please do not put medical waste into your blue bin.  This includes items such as facial tissue, medical masks, gloves and disinfecting wipes.  More information on recycling can be found at Simply Recycle.

Please do not enter the building, show the Waste Disposal Grounds Operator your Landfill Permit and place refuse in the designated areas.
Thank you for your cooperation during this time.




The RM of St. Andrews has recycling depots at the following locations:

  • Earl Grey Waste Disposal Ground - Earl Grey Road 
  • Clandeboye Waste Disposal Ground - Bell Road 
  • South St. Andrews Fire Hall - 5610 Highway No. #9
  • St. Andrews Airport - Airport Drive 
NO PLASTIC BAGS can be placed in the recycling bins.  Please empty your bag of recycling into the bin and re-use the bag.
For the most updated information on what can be recycled visit Simply Recycle or Recycle Manitoba.


The Earl Grey Waste Disposal Grounds accept household hazardous waste products. For a full listing of products, check out this Household Hazardous Waste Products Brochure.
The R.M. of St. Andrews has an agreement with EPRA to dispose of E-Waste.  Residents can bring their unwanted electronics to the Earl Grey Waste Disposal Ground.  For a list of items to recycle, check out Recycle My Electronics.
Only the Earl Grey Waste Disposal Grounds accepts these items.
The R.M. of St. Andrews has partnered with Tire Stewardship Manitoba for tire recycling.  Both the Earl Grey and Clandeboye Waste Disposal Grounds will take unwanted tires and recycle them.  Go to Tire Stewardship Manitoba for more information.
We have partnered with Cleanfarms to provide our farmers with an easier way to collect and transport empty pesticide and fertilizer jugs to our waste disposal grounds.  We encourage farmers to recycle 100% of their pesticide and fertilizer containers.  Lean more at Cleanfarms.

Glass recycle bins are provided at both waste disposal grounds for glass deposit only. Glass can also be deposited in the regular recycle bins located at the South St. Andrews Fire Hall and St. Andrews Airport.  

 Clandeboye Waste Disposal Ground

3 Bins

1 Half Bin 

 Pick-Up Days: Mondays & Fridays

 Earl Grey Waste Disposal Ground

3 Bins

1 Half Bin

 Pick-Up Days: Tuesdays

 South St. Andrews Fire Hall

3 Bins 

 Pick-Up Days: Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays

 St. Andrews Airport

1 Bin 

 Pick-Up Days: Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month


The RM has van trailers located at both the Earl Grey Waste Disposal Ground and Clandeboye Waste Disposal Ground for disposing of mattresses and boxsprings.  When placing mattresses and boxsprings in the trailer, be sure to place them vertically.  Disposal fees for each mattress is $15 and $15 for each boxspring.

Eco-Centres are located at both waste disposal grounds to collect used oil, oil containers, oil filters and anti-freeze.  
  • The Clandeboye Eco-Centre is open each day during regular business hours.
  • The Earl Grey Eco-Centre is only open on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
An operator must be present to accept the delivery of oil filters and containers.

Used Oil Program **This Program is subject to change each year. 
  • This program runs annually starting July until quantities last.
  • Available at both the Earl Grey and Clandeboye Waste Disposal Ground.
  • 1 litre of SAE 5w30 oil is given back for every 12 litres of used oil that is brought in to be recycled.
  • A maximum of 12 litres of oil is provided per household/roll number.