Landfill and Transfer Station
Changes to the Rosetown Landfill and Development of Transfer Station
Until further notice, the Town of Rosetown Landfill will not accept building demolitions or shingles. This will ensure that we can maintain ample space to dispose of household waste in our present cell, which is reaching capacity.
In January 2018, The Town of Rosetown announced that it will open a waste transfer station at the present site of the Rosetown landfill. The Town will develop, operate and manage the transfer station, which will replace the landfill as Rosetown's solution for waste disposal.
Initially slated to open on March 1, development of a waste transfer station was delayed, pending the Saskatchewan Ministry of the Environment’s approval of the Town’s design and permit to operate. Approval was granted in June, and work has begun on building the necessary infrastructure for the waste transfer station, including moving dirt, the installation of berms, a scale, and relocation of the operator booth.
The Landfill is open only to residents of the Town of Rosetown, Town of Zealandia and R.M. of St. Andrews.
The Rosetown landfill is accessible from Highway 4, approximately 2 kilometers south of the intersection of Highways 4 and 7, turn east at the landfill sign.
It is opened Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 5:30 p.m., closed on statutory holidays.
|Size of Vehicle
||Fee Without Sides
||Fee With Sides
|1/2 Ton Truck
|Single Axle Trailer||$20||$40|
|Tandem Axle Trailer||$30||$60|
|1 Ton Truck
|2 Ton Truck
|3 Ton Truck
|End- Dump / Semi Truck
- Anyone entering the landfill must pay these fees or will be refused dumping privileges.
- Roll-off Bins will be measured and fee determined based on size, using existing fees.