Public Based FAQs
1. How do I recycle my electronics?
Small appliances, power tools, and exercise equipment can be taken to Hartland Landfill’s recycling area, or an Electro-Recycle location near you.
2. Where can I recycle my batteries?
Your spent or unused batteries can be dropped off at Hartland Landfill, Ellice Recycle, or a Call-2-Recycle Location near you.
3. Where can I take my Household hazardous Waste?
Household chemicals should be taken to a hazardous waste drop-off location. Hartland landfill provides this service for the greater Victoria region. This is only applicable for residents. Commercial haulers require a License to Transport Hazardous Materials and waste must be taken to a registered hazardous waste receiver.
Hartland Landfill will not accept hazardous waste from a commercial hauler.
Industry Based FAQs
1. Do I require a BC Generators number for my waste?
Regulated wastes to be removed from a site over a certain quantity require an application to the MoE for BC waste generators number. The registration quantity limits are stated in Schedule 6 of the Hazardous Waste Regulations. To review the BC Registration Quantity Limits, follow the link below:
2. How should I store my hazardous chemicals on the work site?
All products will have an accompanying MSDS sheet identifying all associated hazards and proper storage and handling guidelines.