Proper Disposal of Wood Ashes

When disposing of wood ashes at the County landfill or transfer stations, please dump them onto the fire screen - not into bins.

Even though ashes may look like they’ve cooled off, there is a good chance there may still be some burning embers. Hot ashes will melt plastic storage bins, set adjacent materials on fire and cause significant property damage.

Use extra caution when transferring cooled ashes to a combustible containers. Introducing oxygen can reignite embers that look cool.

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Contact the Commission

Box 219 Sangudo AB T0E 2A0
T 780 785 3411
TF 1 866 880.5722
E jduplessie@LSAC.ca

Proudly Serving the Lac Ste. Anne Region

The Hwy 43 East Waste Commission owns and operates a regional landfill in the community of Gunn for use by County residents. We also work jointly with the Village of Alberta Beach, the Towns of Mayerthorpe and Onoway, and 12 Summer Villages on a regional cost-shared recycling program.