Waste Management

Waste Management


The Township of Tudor and Cashel provides depot service for the collection of all waste, including garbage and recycling. Our waste management operations are governed by the Township of Tudor and Cashel Waste Management Bylaw and individual Certificates of Approval for each waste management site.

In an effort to encourage everyone to recycle, Bag Tags are now mandatory for all household waste.  Each property owner will receive 25 complimentary tags to start and then will be offered for sale for $1.00 each in sheets of 10.  Tags may be picked up at the waste site or at the municipal office. There are some items that although may have a recycle symbol on it are not accepted by the producers and are therefore considered bulky waste and must be paid for if disposing at the site. An example of such an item would be a plastic lawn chair or table. Recycling remains free of charge provided they are materials accepted in the blue box program.

The fees associated with dumping bulky waste items or other materials can be found in “schedule C” of the Mandatory Recycling bylaw. Mandatory Recycling bylaw

Waste site attendants will provide you with an invoice for any fees such as bulky waste or bag tag purchases – if you do not pay this invoice within 30 days of receiving it from the waste site attendants it will be added to your tax roll account and interest will be added monthly at the rate of 1.25%.  Invoices can be paid at the municipal office via cash, cheque, debit machine or paid online through your tax account.

Disposal Sites

  • Grimsthorpe Disposal Site - Location & Hours

    Located south off of Weslemkoon Lk Rd, on Scootamata Rd.


    Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Monday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

  • Millbridge Disposal Site - Location & Hours

    Located at 8386 Old Hastings Rd. just north of West Rd.


    Friday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


  • Proposed changes to the Waste Site hours of operation

    Council has approved the application to have the Waste Site hours changed at both sites. The proposed changes are in effective March 1, 2024.

    The new proposed hours;

    Millbridge – Friday and Sunday 10am – 5pm

    Grimsthorpe – Saturday and Monday 10am – 5pm

    All year long with no change from winter to summer hours. 

    Prior to proceeding with this application to change the hours of operation, we would like to know if there are any questions or concerns regarding the proposed changes.  Furthermore, should you require additional information on the proposed changes, please contact Dianne Priebe, by telephone at 613-474-2583 or by email at admin@tudorandcashel.com.  If you do have any questions or comments please reach out by June 29, 2023.

Waste Sites Policy's and Programs

  • Clear Bag Policy for Garbage

    As of March 1st 2011, all household garbage must be in a clear bag or open container, so that all waste is visible and easily identified by the Attendant. The purpose of this regulation is to help ensure that recyclable or hazardous waste materials do not end up in our landfills. If any recyclable materials or prohibited waste are found within the clear bags, the bags will be refused or the Attendant will ask you to remove and properly sort the waste.

  • Recycling

    The Township of Tudor and Cashel has a recycling program in effect.  Cardboard and paper fibres are to be broken down and bundled.  There is a container at the site strictly for these materials.  All other recyclable materials are co-mingled.  This means that all other recyclable materials can be placed in a clear plastic bag together such as food and beverage containers. If it is a large item like a plastic law chair for example, although it has a recycle symbol on it this is in fact bulky waste and a fee will be charged to dispose of it. It is important that efforts are made to compact recyclables, this effort made by everyone can help reduce the cost associated with running the recycling program.  It is also important to remember that the more we are able to divert from our waste sites the longer that we will be able to keep them open. See the bylaw below.

  • Illegal Dumping

    Illegal dumping is the dumping of waste anywhere except at an approved waste disposal site. This includes in the woods, along the side of the road, on private property, in someone else’s dumpster without permission, or at the gate of a waste management site. Illegal dumping is costly to taxpayers and damaging to the environment. Incidents of illegal dumping are investigated by the Bylaw Enforcement Officer, and offenders could receive fines of $300 per incident.

  • 2024 Household Hazardous Waste Days




    May 11th, July 13th & Sept. 28th, 2024 – 09:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at TOWNSHIP OF FARADAY Public Works Yard:  29860A Hwy 28 S. BANCROFT – No ticket needed for these events.

    *Saturday:  April 6TH & June 15TH, 2024 – TWEED FIRE HALL – 127 River St. W

    *Saturday:  May 4TH & Aug 17TH, 2024 – MUN. MARMORA & LAKE PARKING LOT – 28 Victoria St.

    *Saturday:  July 8th & Sept. 14th, 2024 – CENTRE HASTINGS MUNICIPAL GARAGE – 26 Seymour St.

    *Saturday:  July 20th, 2024 at TOWNSHIP OF MADOC – 15651 Hwy 62 N – *All 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

    *You will need to pick up a ticket from the Disposal Custodians/Mun. Office to attend these events

  • List of Recyclable Materials

Living in Bear Country

Tudor and Cashel is bear country and bears love garbage. But with careful management of your waste, you can reduce the chance of attracting bears to your property:

  • Do not stockpile garbage. Take it to the landfill frequently.
  • Keep meat scraps and cooked food waste in the freezer until you are ready to take it to the landfill.
  • Store garbage in a bear-resistant container, secure shed or garage.
  • Never put meat, bones, fish or dairy products in your compost bin.

For more information on what you can do to reduce the chance of attracting bears to your home or cottage, visit the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) Bear Wise website. To report a bear problem, contact the MNR Bear Reporting Line at 1-866-514-2327, TTY 705-945-7671. In an immediate emergency, call your local police or 9-1-1.

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