Transfer Station #2 (Kingsville)
ENFORCED COVID-19 PROTOCOLS IN PLACE
- All sites are staffed by ‘essential service’ workforce so, strict adherence to COVID protocols will be maintained for the safety of our workers.
- Only residents who require service beyond their normal curbside collection should come to these sites as excessive traffic and long ‘wait times’ are expected.
- Site may close early due to excessive volumes of traffic.
Effective January 1, 2019, the Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority will be restricting the use of Transfer Station #2 to small commercial, farm and residential vehicle and commercial packers.
Due to operational constraints and safety concerns, we can no longer process tandem axle and tri-axle dump vehicles at our facility in a safe and efficient manner. Tandem axle and tri-axle dump vehicles hauling waste and demolition debris will be directed to use the Regional Landfill Site, located at 7700 County Road 18, in the Municipality of Essex.
Any customer who would like more information or would like to express concerns, please call the Regional Landfill at 519-776-7941 ext. 1961 or 1962, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Transfer Station #2 operates six days a week as a staffed, self-serve, self-serve public facility where residents and businesses can drop-off large volumes of waste for recycling or disposal. Most of the Essex-Windsor municipalities provide regular garbage, yard waste and recycling pick up at curbside, however Transfer Station #2 exists for those items which are too large for, or are in quantities large enough, to render them unacceptable at curbside.
Transfer Station #2 is located at 2021 Albuna Townline (County Rd. 31) in the Town of Kingsville.
Waste Reduction Hotline: 1-800-563-3377
Hours of Operation
November – March
Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon.
April – October
Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:45 p.m..
2021 Holiday Schedule
- New Year’s Day (Jan. 1, 2021) – closed.
- Family Day (Feb. 15th) – closed.
- Good Friday (Apr. 2nd) – closed.
- Easter Monday (Apr. 5th) – OPEN.
- Victoria Day (May 24th) – closed.
- Canada Day (July 1st) – closed.
- Civic Holiday (Aug. 2nd) – closed.
- Labour Day (Sept. 6th) – closed.
- Thanksgiving Day (Oct. 11th) – closed.
- Remembrance Day (Nov. 11th) – OPEN.
- Christmas Eve (Dec. 24th) – OPEN HALF DAY / 8:30 AM to 12:00 NOON
- Christmas Day (Dec. 25th) – closed.
- Boxing Day (Dec. 26th) – closed.
- New Years’ Eve (Dec. 31st) – OPEN HALF DAY /8:30 AM to 12:00 NOON
- New Year’s Day (Jan. 1, 2022) – closed.
Acceptable Materials / Fee Schedule
Transfer Station #2 accepts many different types of materials including: electronic items, garbage, household chemical waste, recyclables, scrap metal, tires, white goods (appliances), and residentially delivered yard waste. Transfer Station #2 is open to both residents and businesses.
Some items are assessed a tipping fee while others are not. Please refer to the current tipping fee schedule for materials and rates.
(fees subject to change without notice)
Listed below are all the payments methods currently accepted at Transfer Station #2.
- Cash / Debit
- Cheque – A $25 charge will be applied against NSF cheques.
- Drawdown (For Business Customers: Drawdown Account constitutes payment in advance. Payment is credited to your account and tipping fees are deducted after each use).
When electronic products wear out, break, or become obsolete, it creates a challenge for disposal. Fortunately, many old electronic and electrical products contain valuable components that can be recycled. Drop-off any of the following in the electronics bin at Transfer Station #2, free of charge:
- Fax Machines
- Cash Registers
- Telecommunications Equipment
Electronic Recycling For Businesses
Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) is a not-for-profit organization formed by leading retail, information technology and consumer electronic companies to implement the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Program Plan under the Waste Diversion Act. The plan requires brand owners, first importers, franchisors, and assemblers to pay fees for electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) supplied to Ontario. Collected fees will be used by OES to operate the WEEE program.
All garbage is assessed a tipping fee.
Municipal Hazardous or Special Waste (MHSW)
Many everyday household chemical products are considered ‘toxic’ to our local environment. It is extremely important for all homeowners to remember that once they are finished with a household chemical product, the “leftover or unused portion” should NEVER be thrown in the garbage, poured down the kitchen sink or a neighbourhood storm drain. When toxic products are disposed of improperly (i.e. as litter or poured down storm drains or kitchen sinks), they have the potential to “leach” into the ground, become airborne, or contaminate our local watersheds.
Residents can drop off the following products – free of charge. Please note, this list is not comprehensive – this is just a sample of the types of products accepted. For more information regarding household chemical waste please refer to the Municipal Hazardous or Special Waste (MHSW)section of the website.
- Household Cleaners
- Car Care Products
- Pool Chemicals
- Propane Tanks
- Paints, stains, varnishes
There are designated bins available at Transfer Station #2 for items that are considered recyclable. Residents and businesses can drop-off the following recyclable materials free of charge.
- New– Mixed Plastics (clamshells, plastic cups, trays, etc.)
- New – Spiral Wound Containers (frozen orange juice cans, Pringles cans, etc.)
- Beverage Containers / Juice Boxes
- Aluminum / Steel Food & Beverage Cans
- Aluminum Foil (trays, plates, sheet foil)
- Aerosol and Paint Cans (cans must be metal and empty of all products – lids most be removed
- Clear / Coloured Glass Bottles & Jars
- Plastic Bottles & Jugs
- Plastic Tubs & Lids
- Office Paper / Coloured Paper
- Glossy Paper / Craft Paper
- Junkmail (flyers, envelopes, brochures)
- Newspapers, Magazines, Catalogues & Phone Books
- Corrugated Cardboard
Scrap metal items (i.e. swing sets, barbeques, etc.) can be dropped off free of charge.
Tipping fee schedule for tires is below:
- Tires (Car, SUV & Light Pick-up Truck – FREE (10 per vehicle, per day)
- 10 tires (car, SUV, & Light Pick-up Truck) per vehicle, per day are FREE.
- Both tires with AND without rims are currently accepted.
- Air has to be removed from tire – if possible; however, mandatory air removal for a split rim.
- For loose tires without rims, tubes need to be removed and disposed of as garbage
Excluded are bicycle tire and airplane tires.
White Goods / Appliances
Residents can drop off old appliances (white goods) i.e. fridges, freezers, stoves, microwave ovens, etc. Drop off is free, however, items with a compressor will be assessed a charge for the removal of CFC’s as required by the Ministry of the Environment.
EWSWA receives more than 20,000 tonnes of grass, leaves and other yard waste each year. These organic wastes are processed, shredded, screened and cured into nutrient-rich compost.
Residents can drop-off:
- Grass clippings (fees apply, $3.00 per bag, $15.00 per truck and/or trailer)
- Plants, flowers, and garden waste
- Brush, tree and hedge trimmings
Commercial/Business customers can drop-off: (rate is $47/tonne)
- Grass clippings
- Plants, flowers, and garden waste
- Brush, tree and hedge trimmings
Materials NOT accepted at Transfer Station #2:
- Rocks, dirt, sod or animal droppings
- Food waste
- Painted or treated wood
- Plastic bags, garden hoses, flower pots, or other non-organic materials
The following materials are NOT accepted at Transfer Station #2: :
- radioactive waste
- biomedical waste
- industrial/commercial chemical waste (by appointment only)
- unidentified chemical waste