Landfill Sites & Hours

For up-to-date information about impacts to services and facility closures due to COVID-19 please visit the Township of Huron-Kinloss COVID-19 information page. 

Huron Landfill Reopen

The Huron Landfill site, 2087 Concession 6 E, is now open to the public.  To help minimize the spread of COVID-19, we have implemented additional safety measures to protect both staff and the public.  These procedures may cause delays at the site, please be patient and courteous. 

•    Hours of Operation: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
•    The methods of payment will be on-account or debit, using the tap option.
•    There will be a limit of five vehicles permitted on-site at one time to physical distance.
•    Brush will be permitted, however we strongly encourage use of the temporary yard waste depots in Point Clark, Ripley and Lucknow.
•    We encourage residents to continue to use curbside pick-up for household garbage.

To set up an account for use at the Huron Landfill Site please download and complete the Landfill Credit Application Form and email the completed form to


Landfill hours at the Huron site are 10:00 am to 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.  Please arrive at least 15 minutes before closing to allow staff sufficient time to process your transaction.  This site is open year round.  Full recycling facilities are available.  The site is located at 2087 Concession 6 E, which is between Highway 21 and Bruce Road 7.

The Kinloss landfill site is open Saturdays, from the first Saturday in April through the last Saturday of October, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.   The site only accepts brush, steel, appliances with CFC removal tags where required (a CFC tag is proof of removal of freon from refrigerators, freezers, de-humidifers and air conditioners), and recyclables, and is located at 690 Kairshea Avenue between Bruce Road 1 and Paradise Lake Street.

Current Landfill Fees can be viewed here.

Huron Landfill Phone Number: 519-395-3500

Proof of Residency

Beginning Friday November 2nd 2018, proof of residency is required to use the Huron Landfill.

What is considered proof of residency?

  • A Driver's License that shows your Huron-Kinloss address
  • A recent tax bill that has your Huron-Kinloss address
  • A mortgage statement for your Huron-Kinloss address
  • Or a Utility bill that shows your Huron-Kinloss address

Please take note that all require a Huron-Kinloss address, that is because the Huron landfill is only meant for Huron-Kinloss residents. Cutting down on non-residents using the site will assist the Township is extending the life expectancy of the landfill. This isn't a rule that the Township just made up, this is a requirement of our certification for the landfill:

Proof of Source

It has come to our attention that materials originating outside the Township of Huron-Kinloss are being disposed of at the Huron Landfill site. As per the Huron Landfill site Certificate of Approval and By-Law 2011-09 Waste Management, the Township is only able to accept materials from Township sources. Therefore, the Township has implemented a proof of origin process.

All contractors shall be asked to provide proof of origin of the materials being disposed of in the form of an invoice, signed agreement, etc. with their client to assist the Township with meeting its regulatory obligations.

If the waste being disposed is not from a customer/client and originates from the business, and it is located within the municipality, Landfill staff will accept a letter on the business’ letterhead stating that the waste was generated at their Township of Huron-Kinloss property.

"As per the Huron Landfill site Certificate of Approval and Waste Management By-Law 2011-09, the Township is only able to accept materials from Township sources. Therefore, the Township has implemented a proof of origin process."

The landfill attendants are required to turn away any landfill visitor that is unable to prove that the materials they wish to leave at the landfill is in fact from Huron-Kinloss. Proof of residency is the easiest way for the landfill attendants to enforce this. Landfill attendants will be comparing the proof of residency to a master list of all addresses in the Township, this might delay entering the landfill slightly but it is for the greater good of the Township and all its residents!

Landfill Monitoring Reports

To view the latest landfill monitoring reports please select the report from the list below:

2018 Huron Landfill Monitoring Report

2018 Kinloss Landfill Monitoring Report

2018 Status Report on Waste Management



John Yungblut

Director Public Works

Tracey Howe

Administrative Assistant Public Works
519-395-3735 x133

Huron Landfill