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Town of Aylmer Bag Tags

Bag tags are now available at the following locations in Aylmer:

  • Studers Variety – 350 John Street South
  • ESSO Gas Station – 110 Talbot Street West
  • Mobil Gas Station – 657 John Street North

Please note that participating vendors only accept cash payments for bag tag sales.

Bag tags are $2.00 each and do not have an expiry date. Tags are only required if you exceed the limit as set out in By-Law 21-12 and noted on your Waste Collection Schedule.

Waste Collection Schedule 2022

Solid Waste & Recycling Collection Routes

Notice To Aylmer Residents

The Town will no longer be hosting a Household Hazardous and E-waste Depot at the East Elgin Community Complex. We have contracted the services of the following facility.

As of January 1, 2017 Town of Aylmer Residents can utilize this facility to dispose of household hazardous and electronic waste. Please review the brochure for materials accepted and corresponding fee. Household Hazardous Waste Saturdays ONLY from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. – all year. Site is Closed on Statutory Holidays. Please Note: Hours of Operation and Charges are subject to change by the St. Thomas Community Recycling Centre, please visit www.stthomas.ca or phone 519-631-1680 for up-to-date information.

City of SThomas Community Recycling Centre Brochure

New starting December 1, 2019 St. Thomas Community Recycling Centre

Containers

Top 5 Recycling Tips

Paper Cups

Juice Boxes

Cartons and Containers

Interesting Recycling Facts

What doesn’t belong

Where does your recycling go?

How Long Does It Take?

Electronic Recycling?

Solid Waste Recycling Update

Holiday Lights!

Naughty and Nice List!

Go Green – With Blue!

Weekly pick up for both garbage and recycling

Additional blue boxes may be used and can be purchased at the Town Office.

Please place your address on your blue boxes with permanent marker where indicated.

If you move, please leave your blue box for the next occupant.

The attached document endorsed by Town Council on June 6, 2011 will provide insight on how the Town’s new Waste Management Program got started.

Under the recently launched “Ontario Tire Stewardship Program”, Aylmer residents are allowed to dispose of up to four (4) tires per week per household.

Aylmer Tire located at 49703 Talbot Line (572 Talbot Street East) is a Registered Collector under the program and will accept tires free of charge.

Tires will be accepted at Aylmer Tire during normal business hours:
Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday from 8:00 am to 12:00 Noon

Any residents wishing to drop off more than the listed limit of tires must contact Aylmer Tire at 519-773-3141 to make arrangements.

This program is a joint effort involving the Province of Ontario, Ontario Tire Stewardship, Aylmer Tire and the Town of Aylmer.

Partnering with Orangedrop to assist with the proper disposal of household products that require special handling, such as hazardous waste, pressurized cylinders, and single-use batteries.

When in Doubt Don’t Throw it Out – Make the Drop.
visit www.orangedrop.ca to find a location near you.

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