The RMOW’s Waste Transfer Station is located in the Callaghan Valley and operated on a contractual basis by Green For Life (GFL), formerly Carney’s Waste Systems.
Commercial and residential waste that cannot be accommodated at the Nesters and Function Junction residential waste depots, must be delivered to the Whistler Waste Transfer station. Tipping fees apply.
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Items that must delivered to the Waste Transfer Station
- Commercial garbage, organics and recyclable materials
- Commercial landscaping and wood waste
- Commercial construction waste
- Large household items (such as mattresses, tires and large appliances)
Accepted materials and tipping fees
|Large household appliances, including fridges, stoves, A/C units, hot water tanks, washers, dryers, and freezers||
$0 for appliances without refrigerant
$25 for appliances with refrigerant
|Gypsum board. Drywall must be kept separate from other materials.
Please see Drywall Waste for important information.
|$290 per tonne|
|Garbage (including construction waste)||$170 per tonne|
|Minimum Charge||$5 per vehicle|
|Mixed Waste - more than 25% recyclables||$375 per tonne|
|Mattresses||$20 each (maximum 5)|
|Clean wood and yard waste||$80 per tonne|
|Dirty Wood Waste (painted, stained, glued)||$135 per tonne|
|Clean sawdust, wood chips, shavings, and chopped wood||FREE|
|Invasive and harmful plant matter||$30 per tonne|
|Organics||$75 per tonne|
|Biosolids||$150 per tonne|
|Unsecured Load (As per Schedule A - Solid Waste Bylaw No. 2139 2017)||$ 30|
Location and contact
100 Brandywine Forest Service Road in the Callaghan Valley, approximately 15 kilometres south of Whistler off Highway 99
In response to the COVID-19 situation, operating hours for the Waste Transfer Station have temporarily been changed to 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. daily.
Carney's Waste Systems