Private Garbage

Private Garbage Collection

Garbage collection services for Ward 1 residents in the Town of Grand Bay-Westfield are handled privately. It is the responsibility of homeowners to either bring garbage to the landfill or contact a private contractor for regular waste pick-up. Currently an area contractor, Trash-It, offers regular waste pick-up.

Contact Trash-It at (506) 635-8458

Residents may also choose to personally transport waste to the nearby Crane Mountain Landfill site. A waste drop-off, a compost drop-off, and blue bin recycling are located at the Landfill’s public drop-off near the scale house. To access the facility, use Exit 90 or follow River Valley Drive to the facility near Highway 7.

Ward 2 Residents – Garbage Collection 

For missed collections, comments, questions or concerns – Ward 2 residents may contact FERO at (506) 652-3376, Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.


Recycling can be brought to the Crane Mountain Landfill at no charge.

For more information about recycling and compost visit the Fundy Regional Service Commission website via or call (506) 738-1212.

Yard Waste

Yard waste (brush, leaves, weeds, grass etc.) is only accepted as compost at the Landfill site. Yard waste packaged in black or coloured bags will not be accepted. Acceptable packaging for yard waste:

  • brown paper bags, compostable
  • brush and twigs can be bundled and tied with string; bundles should be less than 4’ in length; branches no more than 2” in diameter
  • 2 large paper leaf bags at no charge


All food scraps can be composted and dropped-off separately at the Landfill public drop-off. Transport your food scraps in a brown paper leaf bag or a tote. Up to 2 large paper leaf bags or equivalent of large compost cart, at no charge.

Christmas trees can dropped-off to the compost section of the Landfill for $1.00.

Redemption Centre (Bottle exchange depot)

Grand Bay-Westfield Redemption Centre
301 Highland Road
Grand Bay-Westfield, N.B. E5K 1A1
(506) 647-1266
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Household Hazardous Waste

Household Hazardous Waste is any harmful substance that is considered corrosive, toxic, flammable, or reactive, such as old paint, used oil, or batteries. Please do not dispose of any hazardous items in your regular garbage or down the drain. Bring them to the Crane Mountain Landfill site Mondays to Fridays 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or Saturdays between 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to ensure they are handled correctly.

Illegal dumping

Illegal Dumping poses a risk to the environment, especially when it is located within a sensitive or protected areas. Illegal Dumping detracts from the enjoyment of the natural environment around us. For those caught and convicted, Illegal Dumping convictions fines range from $500 – $1,000,000. If you are aware of Illegal Dumping please contact your nearest Regional Office to make a report, by visiting HERE.