You can divert more waste from your waste cart by increasing composting and recycling. Make the diapers as small as possible when disposing. There are products on the market, such as a diaper bin, that compress diapers.
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The most common reason for carts not being emptied was they were not at the curb by 7 a.m. Other common reasons include that carts were left in the wrong place for pickup, waste was put in the organics (green) cart, cart lids were not fully closed or a vehicle was parked too close to the cart. The trucks require 1 m around your cart to be free from bags, parked cars, etc.
If you believe you followed correct procedures, call the City of Beaumont at 780-929-4300 within two business days of the missed collection to inquire.
You must register for utilities with the City either in person at Beaumont's Administration Office (5600 49 Street) or online https://www.beaumont.ab.ca/214/Utility-Service-Setup
Once you sign up, our Utility Billing Division will advise us and we will have the carts delivered to your home.
We have yard waste collection bins for residents at the Operations facility (24130 Township Road 510) available for specific days every week during the heaviest spring and fall yard clean up time. These available times will be advertised on our Savvy Waste App and the City’s web site.
53% of household waste can be placed in the green organics cart and 35% can be put in blue bags. Currently, Beaumont is only diverting 20.4% to green organics carts and 13.6% to blue bags. Find out what you can put in your organics cart, blue bags and waste carts.
We have a DESIGNATED collection bin for residents at the Operations facility (24130 Township Road 510) available for specific days every week during the heaviest spring and fall yard clean up time. These available times will be advertised on our Savvy Waste App and the City’s web site.
From May to October green carts (organics) are emptied weekly, and from November to April they are collected bi-weekly.