Community Clean-up Event

Sunday, June 26 • 9am-2pm

Mahogany Beach Club parking lot
29 Masters Park SE

Please note that participants will be required to follow all active provincial and local public health measures during Community Clean-up events. For more information visit www.alberta.ca/covid-19-public-health-actions.aspx and www.calgary.ca/covid19.

The following items will NOT BE ACCEPTED:

  • Cardboard: Please take your cardboard to the Community Recycling Depot located in the Southwest corner of Home Depot parking lot, 5125 126 Avenue S.E.
  • tires
  • home appliances
  • paint
  • household chemicals
  • propane tanks
  • microwaves
  • car batteries
  • liquids
  • glass
  • railroad ties

Cerebral Palsy Alberta accepts donations of:

  • Recyclable beverage containers
  • Good condition clothing, accessories, shoes
  • Small house hold items such as kitchen ware, toys, games, glassware etc.
  • Small electrical items like iron, toasters etc. in good working condition
  • Books

Recon Metal will accept any metal objects for recycling

Local landscapers Garden Gnomes YYC will be onsite, accepting yard waste. They take the yard waste to partnered farms around the city to direct these nutrients (and beneficial insects and microbes) to the land without the need for excessive processing.

TechnoTrash accepts:

  • TVs (LCD/CRT or Plasma)
  • Computer Systems
  • Computers (monitors, mice, keyboards & speakers)
  • Computer parts (cables, cords, fans, power supplies, hard drives for destruction, CPU, ram chips and boards)
  • Laptops, notebooks, tablets and E-readers
  • Printers, Fax Machines, Copiers and Scanners
  • Wires and cables

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

We’ll need 5-6 volunteers for each 2-hour time slot. You’re welcome to sign up for more than 1 time slot!

Lunch provided!

Traffic direction or assisting residents with unloading at the waste trucks

Please email Nicole if you’re interested in helping out!

8 Comments on "Community Clean-up Event"


    1. At this point we will not be accepting car seats for recycling as there is a cost associated with this. However they can go into the compactor trucks for disposal.

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