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Call SWAMP if you have any questions that were not answered below

Q. Do you accept paint cans?



A. No. However, there are alternate drop offs available for those:.

In Winkler: Janzen Paint, Rona and Winkler Household Hazardous Waste will accept paint cans.

In Morden: (Residential Sizes) may be taken to MWM  (up to 6 for free), and Penner Waste.

Q. Is my old car seat garbage?



A. If it is in good condition, it can be brought to a local thrift store. Unfortunately, we do not have any programs in places to disassemble the car seat and recycle it. Therefore, if it cannot be reused - it is garbage.

Q. I have a question about my curbside garbage pick-up, who do I contact?



A. You will need to contact your local hauler. That will be either Penner Waste in Winkler, or MWM in Morden

Q. What do I do with my yard waste?



A. Yard Waste is compostable, and can be brought to either Penner Waste or Morden's Compost Drop-off. Click HERE for more information.

Q. Do you accept Fluorescent Lights?



A. No.

In Winkler you can take them to Rona &  Winkler Household Hazardous Waste, 

In Morden you can dispose of them at Penner Waste or MWM.

A. Household hazardous waste is any product discarded from a home that contains volatile chemicals. These products:

- Can ignite and cause a fire

- Are corrosive and can eat away materials and destroy living tissue when contact occurs

- Can be explosive and/or reactive and can release poisonous fumes when exposed to air, water or other chemicals

  - Are toxic or poisonous, either immediately or over a long period of time


Click HERE for more information.

Q. What is considered Household Hazardous Waste?



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