1.204.673.2401 office@brendawaskada.ca


We are proud to offer a variety of services in the Municipality of Brenda-Waskada area, please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.


Waskada Disposal Winter hours: (Tues/Wed, 1pm – 6pm and Sat, 11am – 4pm) Summer hours:(Tues/Wed, 2-7pm and Sat, 10am-3pm)

Goodlands Disposal Winter Hours (Wed 3pm-6pm and Sat. 9 am-1pm)  Summer hours( Wed 3pm-7pm and Sat. 9am-1pm)

Medora Disposal Winter Hours (Wed 11am- 4pm and Sat 11am-4pm) Summer hours( Mon/Wed 2pm-7pm and Sat. 10 am-4pm)

Municipality of Brenda-Waskada  Municipal Office

Municipality of Brenda-Waskada (Rural) Workshop

Municipality of Brenda-Waskada (Urban) Workshop

Waskada School, K to 12

Waskada Fitness Centre (located at the school)

Waskada Public Library (located at the school)

Waskada Wee-Ones Nursery School (1 day a week) located at Waskada School

Waskada Wee-Ones Daycare Monday-Friday

Recycling Depot (Open 24 hours for drop-off)

Recycle your household batteries – collections boxes at the Post Office and Griffith Agencies

Waskada Campground (12 serviced sites with washroom/shower facilities, $20/night, $500/month)

Waskada Memorial Park

Waskada & Area Fire Hall (Home to the volunteer Fire Department)

Waskada Senior Center & Outreach Services

Waskada Museum & Blacksmith Shop

Sankey Memorial Park & Golf Course

Waskada Community Rink (hockey/curling/skating)

Waskada Cemetery

Waskada Lions Club Community Hall

Royal Canadian Legion #92

Regional Cable, MTS & I-Net Link (wireless) High Speed Internet

Modern Water & Sewer Facilities

Community Well for Hauling

4-H, Music Lessons,  Home Care, Painting Lessons, Minor Hockey & Baseball, Old Timer Hockey


Recycling Depot Details:

Located at 104 First Street, Green Building, Open 24 hrs. for drop-off

Single Stream Recycling in One Container


All Recyclables in One Container means no sorting, bagging or tying recyclables: place all material loose in the bin. Plastic bags are to be placed into one single bag and tied shut.  Shredded paper should be bagged and tied shut as well.

Paper Fiber Material – Do Not Bag or Tie

  • Flattened corrugated cardboard and paperboard (i.e. empty cereal boxes, empty detergent boxes, empty tissue boxes) place loosely in the cart
  • Newspapers, flyers, inserts, junk mail
  • Magazines, catalogues, paperback books, hardcover books with covers and spine removed
  • Telephone books
  • Gift and packing paper (except aluminum or shiny paper)
  • Brown paper bags, tissue roll cores, gift and packing paper, paper egg cartons
  • Shredded paper – please bag

Containers & Glass – Clean and Rinsed – Do Not Bag or Tie

-Aluminum soft drink & beer cans

– Household tin cans (please rinse)

-Milk cartons and jugs (please rinse and remove caps)

-Juice cartons, boxes and aseptic containers (please rinse)

-Plastic soft drink and water bottles (please remove caps)

-Place plastic shopping bags inside another bag and tie: includes clean                  plastic food wrap and clean plastic product wrap

-Household plastic containers and bottles must have the recycling                          arrows with a number (1,2,4,5,7) on the bottom.  (A container with the                arrows but no number means the container is made from recycled                        materials, but may not be recyclable itself and cannot be accepted)

-No cups, dishes, ashtrays, window glass, mirrors, Pyrex, ceramics, light                bulbs or crystal


-any bagged material (excluding shredded paper).  This allows                                material to be sorted later in the recycling process and reduces the                       cost of processing

-wax, food contaminated, or plastic coated cardboard, cups or paper                      plates

-soiled tissues, napkins and paper towels or food waste of any kind

-styrofoam or other foam packing

-household garbage, organic, hazardous or regulated waste

-medical waste or diapers

-hazardous material such as paint, chemicals or solvents

-ashes, dirt, concrete or other heavy materials

-construction material such as boards, roofing materials and carpet

-automotive parts, tires, oil filters or oil

-propane tanks, electrical cords, batteries

– clear plastic clam shell containers without recycling arrows and                              numbers 1 through 7

-plastic toys or Tupperware

-outdoor lawn furniture


-Containers are located throughout your area.

-Close the lids after using .

-Only recyclables INSIDE the container will be collected: if you that material is outside the container please call our office.

-The Container has light plastic lids which are easy to lift and can be propped open for easy loading.

Please notify us if the container is vandalized

Containers are emptied every-other-week.

If you have any questions about how to use the containers please contact our office.


-In Napinka the bins will be located adjacent to the Napinka Drop In Centre

-In Medora the bins will be located on the empty lot to the east side of the Medora Community Centre * The current collection barrels at the Napinka/Medora Nuisance Grounds will remain.

In Waskada, the bins will be located in front of the recycling depot on 1 st Street

In Goodlands the bins will be on the east side of the Goodlands Community Hall


E-Waste Acceptable Materials (located behind the green Recycling building)

-TV’s, Computer monitors (CRT & flat-panel display),

-Desktop computers, (CPU/Hard Drive, mice, keyboard & cables)

-Laptops, Desktop printers

-DVD Players/VCR’s, Stereos, Phones, Scanners/Copiers, Fax Machines,

-Rechargeable Batteries, Microwaves


Waskada Eco-Centre – Located at the Waskada Disposal Grounds

Summer Hours: Tues. and Wed. 2-7 PM, Sat. 10 AM-3 PM

-Bring in used oil, used antifreeze

-Used jugs and containers