New Collection Schedule
With the new 3-Bag Waste Sorting System, we had to make some changes to the way your waste is collected. Select your Area below and click to download your new Collection Schedule. You can also type in your address below for a personalized Collection Schedule.
|Moncton||Albert County Local Service Districts|
|Petitcodiac||Local Service Districts|
Recyclables - Blue Bag
Collected every second week – alternating with clear Garbage bags.
- Metals: aluminum foil, bottles and cans, pots and pans
- Paper and Cardboard: boxes, newspaper, paper coffee cups
- Plastics: hard plastic packaging, bottles, milk and juice jugs
- Others: electronics, styrofoam, frozen juice cans and lids
Tips and Tricks
Remove any crusts or leftover cheese and place the box in the blue Recyclables bag and the paper in the clear Garbage bag.
Empty and quickly rinse metal and plastic containers with cold water; it only takes a second or two. As long as nothing will leak, drip or spill out onto the rest of your recyclables, it’s clean enough for us!
Scrape off excess food and fold or crumple the dirty side in.
Garbage - Clear Bag
Collected every second week – alternating with blue Recyclables bags.
- Household: cat litter, vacuum bags, toys, dryer lint, clothing and linens
- Bathroom: wipes, cotton balls, diapers, disposable razors, Q-tips
- Kitchen: chip bags, single-serve coffee pods, plastic wrap, scouring pads, wrappers
Tips and Tricks
Diapers and Pet Waste
They are preferred in the clear Garbage bag, but may go in the green Organics bag on weeks the clear Garbage bags are not collected.
Ropes, Cables, Wire
To prevent mechanical sorting equipment from becoming entangled and breaking, place these items in the clear Garbage bag.
Any soft plastic like cereal or cracker bags, chip and snack bags, stretch wrap/film, soft plastic packaging, plastic wrap, cheese and sandwich meat packaging all belong in the clear Garbage bag.
Organics - Green Bag
Collected every week.
- Food: food scraps, coffee filters and grounds, bones, egg shells, tea bags
- Yard Waste: grass clippings, leaves, sawdust and wood chips
- Others: napkins, paper towels, tissue, tobacco
Tips and Tricks
Orange and Paper Bags
Although we prefer green bags, orange and paper bags can be used for leaves and yard waste only.
These bags can be used for Organics curbside if they’re certified under ASTM D 6400 or CAN/BNQ 0017-088 and have both of the following logos visible on the bags:
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)
Southeast Eco360 will safely dispose of your Household Hazardous Waste free of charge at our on-site HHW Depot or through our Mobile Eco-Depot program. HHW can be dropped off at the Depot in Berry Mills for free during regular operating hours (location and hours can be found here). Please refer to our Sorting Guide for acceptable HHW materials. Southeast Eco360 does not dispose of industrial, commercial or institutional hazardous waste.
For residents looking to get rid of their batteries, they can bring them to our Mobile Eco-Depot, our on-site HHW Depot, or to various drop-off locations throughout Southeastern NB.
Large Waste & Bulky Items
Large waste and bulky items like household appliances, furniture, large electronics, large toys, etc., are not suitable for your regular household waste. These items can be disposed of at Southeast Eco360’s Solid Waste Facility (see fees). Alternatively, you can dispose of these materials at your curb during your Special Cleanup organized by your Municipality or the Department of Environment and Local Government. For your cleanup dates, contact your Municipality or Department of Environment and Local Government if you are in a Local Service District.
Southeast Eco360 is responsible for proper disposal of solid waste, but not waste collection. Waste collection is the responsibility of your Municipality or the Department of Environment and Local Government if you live outside a municipal jurisdiction (i.e. in a Local Service District). Click here to see the contact information for waste collection inquiries (pickup schedules, special or bulky item collection days, issues, etc.).
Construction & Demolition Waste
Construction and demolition waste is material that has been obtained during the construction, renovation or demolition of a building or structure. Properly sorted construction, demolition and renovation waste may be disposed of at our secure C&D site for a reduced tipping fee. This would include such materials as:
- Asphalt shingles
- Gyproc & drywall
- Concrete & bricks
- Toilets & plumbing fixtures
For more information or if you are unsure, please contact us before bringing your waste on site.