The Squamish-Lillooet Regional District (SLRD) is continuously working to reduce the amount of waste that our region produces, with a goal of one day achieving Zero Waste.
The SLRD's Solid Waste Management Plan was developed in 1996, and has been regularly updated since then in order to find new ways to reduce waste through the 5Rs – reduce, reuse, recycle, resource recovery and residual management. The plan authorizes existing and planned waste management facilities and directs regional waste reduction programming in order for the SLRD to continue to provide the services that our citizens need to become waste-free.
- Facilities & programs
- Recycling Signage & Colour Scheme
- Love Food, Hate Waste
- Repair Cafés
- Illegal Dumping
- Solid Waste Management Plan
- Managing Wildlife Attractants
- Solid Waste & Resource Management Strategic Communications Plan
Subscribe to the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District YouTube Channel to learn waste reduction tips and tour various waste management facilities in our region.
Projects / Initiatives
|Alternative Approval Process (AAP) - Pemberton and District Transfer Station Loan Authorization Bylaw|
|Devine Transfer Station|
|Food Scraps Collection Pilot Project|
|Lillooet Composting Facility|
|Pemberton and District Transfer Station - New Facility Construction|
|Solid Waste and Resource Management Plan|
|Solid Waste and Resource Management Plan - Communications Strategy|