About Joe Angevine
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In an effort to minimize risk to our staff and customers, we are taking steps to minimize contact between staff and customers. We realize the landfill is an essential service for the region and are trying to ensure we can continue to run the site with healthy staff.
For residential customers, please bring a credit card, or debit card that allows the tap function. For commercial customers, we will not be passing paperwork, such as manifests to drivers at this time. We will also not be passing out suckers and dog treats during the current situation. Customers can request load summaries, if needed, by contacting the landfill office at 403-938-5224.
Foothills Regional Services Commision will hold a public meeting regarding the amendment of Fee Bylaw 01/2020 on MONDAY THE 24TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 2020 at 10:00 A.M. in the Council Chambers, Joint Administration Building, 309 Macleod Trail, High River, Alberta.
The Fee Bylaw establishes the fees, rates and charges for municipal waste services. The Fee Bylaw illustrates the existing fees and the proposed amendments to those fees and is available for viewing or download at foothillslrrc.com or can be reviewed in Foothills County Municipal Office in High River during regular office hours – Monday to Friday, 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Members of the public that have comments or concerns regarding the proposed amendment to the Fee Bylaw can provide those comments or concerns in writing to Foothills County office by 12:00 noon February 21, 2020. All written comments provided will be made part of the public record. No submissions via telephone will be considered.
At the meeting, the Commission will hear from any person who claims to be affected by the proposal, and from any other person who wishes to make representation AND that the Directors agree to hear. Any person intending to READ a written submission at the meeting must have twelve copies of same available at the commencement of the meeting for the Directors and administration. A time limit may be imposed on submissions, at the discretion of the Chairman.
The Foothills Regional Landfill & Resource Recovery Centre (LRRC) has been working with Banner Environmental Engineering Consultants and Alberta Environment & Parks to design a hydro-vac slurry pad to service the Foothills region. Public notice of this project was advertised locally in April 2019 and some concerns were raised by local residents related to siting […]
Foothills Landfill Expansion – Cell 6 The intent of this bid process is to obtain an offer to perform work to construct a Class II Landfill Cell at the Foothills Regional Landfill & Resource Recovery Centre, for a Unit Price contract, in accordance with the Contract Documents. See here for details: https://www.mdfoothills.com/business/tenderscontracts.html
The LRRC wants to recycle, or reuse as much wood waste as possible and keep such materials out of the landfill. The LRRC is looking for options that will minimize costs for the site, minimize safety risks, and provide an environmentally responsible end use for the material. This RFP is only an invitation for proposal […]
The round-up occurred on Sept. 16, 2017 at the Priddis and Black Diamond/Turner Valley transfer stations. These transfer stations are owned by the MD of Foothills and typically only collect regular household garbage, along with leaves, yard waste, and branches from spring – fall. The roundup was partially funded by grant money from the Alberta […]
Interesting Facts about the LRRC
At current rates, we have around 70 years of airspace remaining for the landfill site.