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Surrey Transfer Station

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Bring any waste or items you're unable to dispose of through the Surrey Reuses program, Large Item Pickup Program or other recycling programs to the Surrey Transfer Station, located at 9770 -192 Street.

For more information, including dumping fees, visit Metro Vancouver's Surrey Transfer Station website, or call 604-681-5600.

Operating Hours

The Surrey Transfer Station's operating hours are:

October to March

Monday to Friday: 5:30am to 5pm
Saturday: 8am to 5pm
Sunday and Statutory holidays: 9am to 5pm

April to September

Monday to Friday: 5:30am to 6pm
Saturdays: 8am to 6pm
Sunday and Statutory holidays: 9am to 5pm

Closed December 25 and January 1.

Drop-Offs

The following items are not accepted in your curbside collection program and should be recycled or disposed of at the Surrey Transfer Station or another alternative disposal facility:

  • Glass Windows
  • Carpet
  • Building & Demolition Material
  • Painted or Treated Wood
  • Non-Packaging Plastic
  • Clean Wood*

For more information regarding what is accepted and the associated fees, please visit Metro Vancouver's website.

*Please separate clean wood from other materials before going to the transfer station. Clean wood is defined as solid wood, lumber, and pallets that contain no paint, stains, glues, and chemical treatments. The wood may be pierced with nails or other metal fasteners like screws or staples.

Renovating or demolishing a home? Review our Demolition Recycling Requirements.

Mattresses, Furniture & Appliances

Surrey residents can schedule mattresses, furniture, appliances, and other household goods for free pick-up through the Large Item Pickup program.

Recyclables Dropoff (Free Disposal)

The Transfer Station recycling depot accepts the following items, free of charge.

Accepted:

  • Batteries
  • Corrugated Cardboard
  • Glass containers
  • Metals: Scrap metal, metal appliances, outdoor power equipment, light fixtures, metal packaging
  • Oil filters
  • Recyclable paper
  • Plastics (Resin # 1, 2, 4, & 5)
  • Plastic film and plastic bags
  • Propane tanks

The Surrey Transfer Station doesn't accept hazardous waste. A $65 minimum surcharge will be applied to loads containing banned hazardous and operational impact materials or product stewardship materials. Some examples of hazardous waste include:

  • Agricultural waste
  • Asbestos
  • Automobile bodies and parts
  • Biomedical waste
  • Dead animals

For more information on banned materials, see Metro Vancouver's Disposal Ban page.

Styrofoam

In 2018, Metro Vancouver introduced a disposal ban on expanded polystyrene, commonly known as Styrofoam. All loads being dropped off at Metro Vancouver disposal facilities containing over 20% EPS packaging will be subject to a surcharge of 100% of the tipping fee.

The ban includes white expanded Styrofoam used for protecting and distributing products. It does not include food and beverage containers, packing peanuts, and expanded polystyrene that is painted, soiled or treated.

The City of Surrey does not offer curbside recycling services for Styrofoam. To find a drop-off location near you, visit Metro Vancouver Recycles.

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