Public Solid Waste Facilities of Metro Vancouver

Metro Vancouver owns six transfer stations across the region and a waste-to-energy facility, and the City of Vancouver owns a transfer station and a landfill. Residents, businesses and garbage collection contractors bring waste to transfer stations and disposal sites for a fee. All transfer stations have a green waste (yard trimmings) area and a recycling depot nearby. Several municipalities across the region own recycling depots that residents and, in some cases, businesses can bring various recyclable materials to for free. Municipal websites describe which types of materials are accepted at a municipality’s depot.


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  • Burnaby Eco-Centre
  • Coquitlam Town Centre Recycling Depot
  • Coquitlam Transfer Station and Recycling Depot
  • Langley Transfer Station
  • MV Waste-to-Energy Facility
  • Maple Ridge Recycling Depot
  • Maple Ridge Transfer Station
  • North Shore Transfer Station and Recycling Depot
  • Richmond Recycling Depot
  • Surrey Transfer Station
  • Vancouver Landfill
  • Vancouver South Transfer Station
  • Vancouver Zero Waste Centre


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