Squamish & Whistler Facilities


Garbage and waste diversion in Squamish is overseen by the District of Squamish and managed by GFL. The District of Squamish owns the Squamish Landfill, which is managed by GFL. 

Re-Built It Centre

A not-for-profit social enterprise that diverts building and construction materials from the landfill.


The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) provides garbage, composting and recycling services to the community of Whistler. The RMOW owns a transfer station and a commercial compost facility,  managed by GFL. 

There are two garbage, composting and recycling depots in Whistler

  • Nesters (8010 Nesters Road) 
  • Function Junction (1001 Lynham Road)

Re-Use-It and Re-Build-It Centres

The Whistler Community Services Society runs the Re-Use-It and Re-Build-It Centres, where the public can drop off used items that are then re-sold. Proceeds support Whistler Community Services Society programming.

  • The Re-Use-It Centre accepts used household items and sporting goods that are clean, in good shape, and in good working order. 
  • The Re-Build-It Centre accepts furniture and building materials.

Do you have an item that is not listed? Need help?

For information on where you can bring other items that this facility does not accept or cannot recycle, please consult the Recycling Council of British Columbia's Recyclepedia.