The Township of Alfred and Plantagenet is responsible for waste management in the community. Learn more about:

Collection Schedules

View our garbage and recycling schedules and find out when your collection day is scheduled.

Regular collection schedule for household garbage and recycling

Place your garbage and recycling containers within 5 metres (15 feet) of the street or highway at the front of your property before 7 a.m. on the morning of your collection day.


Wendover (North of County Road 17)

County Road 17, from Wendover to the Village of Plantagenet

Plantagenet's village

Concession 5 (Gagné Strawberries)


Alfred's village

County Road 15 to Concession 4, Alfred

Concession 4, Alfred, from County Road 15 to Lajeunesse Road


Curran's village

County Road 2

County Road 19

Concessions 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10 in Plantagenet


County Road 17, from Lajeunesse Rd to County Road 15

Lefaivre's village

Concession 1, Alfred and Du Domaine Road

County Road 15 between Lefaivre and Concession 4, Alfred

Concession 4, Alfred, from County Road 15 to Blue Corner Road

Concession 5, Alfred

County Road 17 between County Road 15 and Blue Corner

County Road 15, south side, which includes Station Road in Alfred

Concession 7, Alfred

Concessions 10 and 11, Alfred

Ritchance Road (portion in the Alfred and Plantagenet Township)


County Road 17, from the Village of Plantagenet to Lajeunesse Road

Lajeunesse Road to Concession 4, Alfred

Concession 4 Alfred, from Boundary Road to Lajeunesse Road

Route 21


Concessions 2 and 3, Alfred (Lefaivre)

Boundary Road

County Road 9 (North of County Road 17)

Concession 1, 3, 4 and 5, Plantagenet (North of County Road 17)

Concession 8 Plantagenet (from County Road 9)

Business schedule

View the recycling and garbage collection schedule for businesses in the community.


Recycling collection from businesses throughout the Township.


Garbage collection of businesses in Alfred and Lefaivre. We'll collect

metal containers

360 litre carts.


Garbage collection from businesses in Curran, Plantagenet and Wendover. We'll collect

metal containers

360 litre carts.

Holiday Schedule

The garbage and recycling pick-up on Christmas Day and New Year's Day is postponed by one day. For example, if Christmas falls on a Monday, we will collect garbage on Tuesday. For all other days of the year, we follow the regular garbage and collection schedule.

Waste containers and replacements

A waste container of 120 litres (32 gallons) marked with the Township's logo is given to each residence. This container is the waste limit for each registered house in the Township each week. No other container can be used for the weekly collection.

If you're a new resident, you'll receive a container at the same time you get a unit building permit. The new container cost $40. We will pay 50% of that cost and the other 50% will be added to your next property tax bill. If there is no container left by the previous owner at your new home in the Township, you can contact the township  for a new container.

If your waste container is broken, lost or stolen, you'll need to purchase a replacement container for $40. You can purchase a new container at Town Hall. All broken containers must be returned to Town Hall.

Garbage Tags for Additional Bags

We'll collect up to 120 litres (32 gallons) of garbage from each registered house in the Township each week. If you have more garbage, you'll need to purchase and mark any additional bags with a yellow garbage tag.

Where to buy bag tags

You can purchase yellow bag tags at the following locations in the Township:

Consult the librarie's website for hours.

Cost of bag tags

Each bag tag costs $2. You must buy a minimum of 10 bags for $20.

How to use bag tags

  1. Place your extra waste in a garbage bag.
  2. Tie it securely.
  3. Stick the yellow garbage tag on the bag.
  4. Make sure that the sticker faces out to the street, so it is visible to the collection crew. Without the sticker, the collection crew will not pick up the bag.

Do not use tags for recycling, hazardous waste, bulky items or leaf and yard trimmings.

Bag dimension and other information

  • Use large standard garbage bags that are up to 75 litres (20 gallons) or approximately 30 inches by 33 inches (76 centimetres by 84 centimetres).
  • The bag must not weigh more than 30 pounds (13.6 kilograms)
  • In areas where wild animals are a problem, please place your additional garbage bag in a container without a lid. The yellow label should be clearly visible on top of the bag.


Recyclable material can be put in a blue box, a clear bag or any container identified with an “R” or the word “Recycling.” Learn about our recycling and drop-off locations.

Paper and plastic can go in the same container. View our Recycle action flyer to learn what you can place in your recycling. If you place trash or non-recyclable content in your recycling, we won't collect the recycling and it will stay on the side of the road.

All the recycling goes to the sorting centre Recycle-Action.