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Waste Collection Services

The City of Surrey will be monitoring individual recycling carts to ensure compliance with the recycling program requirements. To ensure your recycling cart is serviced, please only place acceptable materials in the Recycling Cart.

By 2020, our goal is to increase waste diversion from the Surrey residential waste stream from 70% to 80%. Learn how residents can help us achieve this goal and about waste collection services in Surrey.

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Calendars, Stickers & Bags

Use your Surrey address to find your 2018 waste collection schedule.

Waste Diversion

What Goes Where

Learn which cart your item belongs or where else it might need to go.

Different Cart Sizes

Waste Carts

Learn how you can exchange, replace, or order collection carts.

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Missed Collection

Report a missed collection by calling our hotline or submitting a request.

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Illegal Dumping

Get information to report illegal dumping in Surrey, and learn how we enforce the by-law to keep our streets and lots clean.

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Large Item Pickup

Get your large items, including furniture, stoves and mattresses, picked up through Surrey's Large Item Pickup Program.

Surrey Transfer Station.

Surrey Transfer Station

Learn the acceptable items taken by the Surrey Transfer Station, and find their disposal rates, site hours and location.

Biofuel Facility

Surrey Biofuel Facility

Read how Surrey is set to become the only fully integrated closed-loop waste management system in North America.

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Environmental Education

Get the kids involved in environmental education, and bring waste reduction and sustainability lessons to your child's classroom.

Adopt-A-Street Program Volunteering Opportunity

The City of Surrey’s Adopt-a-Street program is a fun and easy way to get involved in your community, and to keep our streets free of garbage and debris.

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