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Good Friday & Easter Monday

Please note that waste collection scheduled for Friday, March 30 has been cancelled and rescheduled for Saturday, March 31.  Please have your waste at the curb for 8 A.M. or you may be missed.  This change affects residents whose collection is on Friday Week A.

In addition, Kaizer Meadow will be closed on Friday, March 30.  The site will reopen for regular business hours on Saturday, March 31.

Waste collection scheduled for Monday, April 2 will be collected as usual and Kaizer Meadow will remain open.


 Regular Hours of Operation at Kaizer Meadow

Kaizer Meadow is now open Monday through Saturdays 8 A.M. until 4 P.M.

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 The PREFERRED Option

Compostable (plastic-like) bags have been permitted in our green cart program for quite a few years.  However, they have a negative effect on the processing of organic material. 

The compostable bags get stuck in the grinding equipment at the Lunenburg Regional Community Recycling Centre (LRCRC), where our organics are processed.  Additionally, when the bags make their way into the curing (aging/maturing) stage, they do not breakdown, even a year after sitting in the compost pile.  As a result, the LRCRC has asked the Municipality of Chester to support the use of paper-based (bags, boxboard liners, newspaper) products in our green cart program, or, alternatively, do not use any liners at all.  Paper products are easily shredded in the grinding equipment and break down easily.

We fully support the LRCRC's request and we are urging residents and businesses to switch to paper voluntarily, effective immediately.

If you have any question, please contact Kaizer Meadow at 902-275-2330 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Efficiency Nova Scotia's Mercury Collection Program

Mercury is a toxic pollutant that can threaten our environment, wildlife and human health.

By recycling mercury containing products, we can help reduce the amount of mercury polluting our environment.

In conjunction with Efficiency Nova Scotia, the Municipality of Chester will be accepting mercury containing items at the Kaizer Meadow Environmental Management Centre, free of charge.  To learn more about this program, please click here.

ACCEPTABLE ITEMS:

  • Business lighting (CFLs, fluomeric lamp, fluorescent tubes [T5, T8, T12], fluorescent U-tubes)
  • Residential lighting (CFLs, fluorescent tubes [T5, T8, T12])
  • Thermostats
  • Barometers & vacuum gauges
  • Button cell batteries
  • Flame sensor (e.g. gas range)
  • Float switches
  • Flowmeters
  • Household, industrial & labratory thermometers
  • Hydrometres
  • Hygrometers/psychrometers
  • Loose liquid mercury
  • Manometers
  • Medical devices
  • Pressure switches
  • Pyrometers
  • Relays
  • Sphygmomanometers
  • Thermostat probe
  • Tilt switches

NON-ACCEPTABLE ITEMS:

  • Incandescent bulbs
  • LEDs

Questions?  Call Kaizer Meadow at 902-275-2330 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..