The Triways Disposal Schedule for July 2023 to June 2024 is available for download here.
Property crime in our local area is a significant issue both for Police and Citizens, but there are some actions that can be taken to protect against and help prevent property crime.
The Triways Disposal Schedule for July 2023 to June 2023 is available for download here.
Producers can pick up a soil testing bag and protocol from the RM office. Because of the value these test results will provide, SaskCanola will cover the cost of this test.
A reminder that the following items are not allowed in TriWays Disposal containers.
Saskatchewan’s Building Code Regulations require every building with a residential occupancy to have carbon monoxide (CO) and smoke alarms installed by July I, 2022, regardless of when the building was constructed.
The Town of Burstall Council has reviewed the costs for the Triways Bins at the Burstall Landfill Site and raised fees.
At the February 2021 regular meeting of Council, a resolution was made to charge ratepayers for fire call fees. This resolution is effective April 1, 2021.
Due to recent regulations implemented by the Provincial Government, the current capacity of our landfill site and to ensure the landfill site can stay open, the Burstall Landfill Site will no longer accept certain items.