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

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. Is my old car seat garbage?



There are a few things to consider:  Is your car seat expired?  Has your car seat been in any collisions?  If you answered yes to either of those questions then your car seat must be disposed of immediately! 

Q. Do you accept paint cans?



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

In Winkler: Winkler Household Hazardous Waste at 345 1st Street, Janzen Paint andRona will accept paint cans.

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

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 at 345 1st Street, 

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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