County Waste Information
Spring Cleanup - On your regular collection day between April 12 to 22, 2022
Fall Cleanup - On you regular collection day between September 13 to 23, 2022
Waste collection on April 15, 2022 will be cancelled, the alternate collection day is Saturday April 16, 2022
Waste collection on July 1, 2022 will be cancelled, the alternate collection day is July 4, 2022.
Waste collection on September 30, 2022 will be cancelled, the alternate collection day is October 3, 2022.
Waste collection on November 11, 2022 will be cancelled, the alternate collection day is November 14, 2022.
Recycle Coach App and Web Based Tool
Annapolis County Householder’s Sorting Guide/Collection Map Schedule – to view a printable PDF Click Here
Interactive Waste Collection Map
The Waste Collection map has been compiled based on the most recent information available, however, errors or omissions may occur. To confirm collection days or for further information on waste disposal and collection within the Municipality, contact the County of Annapolis at email@example.com
Interactive Waste Map Click Here
General Waste Information
Garbage rules remain the same (Blue Bag 1 – paper & paper products; Blue Bag 2 – recyclables, cans, plastics, cartons, foam polystyrene products; 3 Clear Bags and 1 Black bag – all other garbage). Please ensure your waste is sorted appropriately to avoid being left behind. Waste must be place curbside prior to 7am on the day of your collection.
Some Reasons Garbage Wasn’t Picked Up
Too many black bags; too many clear bags; garbage out late to curb; recyclables unclean; paper and recyclables in same bag; recyclables in clear bag; non-compostables in compost receptacle; materials frozen to ground/receptacle; cardboard not bundled properly; bags too heavy (up to 15kg); obstacles preventing pick up (snow, vehicles, construction, icy road conditions etc.)
Household Hazardous Waste
A product is considered Household hazardous waste (HHW) if it bears one of the following symbols poison, corrosive, flammable or explosive. HHW cannot be disposed of in your regular garbage, these items require special disposal. Some examples are:
- Propane tanks (large & small)
- Fluorescent light bulbs
- Motor oil & other automotive fluids
- Pool chemicals
- Batteries (rechargeable & non-rechargeable)
- Paints, stains, finish
Printable Reference Material
Compost Cart Tips and Tricks Click Here
Holiday Sorting Guide Click Here
Sorting Guide Click Here