Waste Programs

Come Home Year Community Cleanup

May 1st to 31st is our Come Home Year Community Cleanup. Residents or groups are encouraged to get out throughout the month, fill up a garbage bag or two, then leave it near a roadway for pickup by staff. When you call 637-1666 to tell us where they are, you’ll be entered to win one of several cash prizes! There will be multiple opportunities to win based on parts of the City, making it a great fundraising effort for an individual, a family or a community group.

Each bag picked up is a separate entry into a random draw, with $500-$100 to be won per area! We have things divided as thus:

1. Downtown (West, Park, Main, Broadway)
2. Waterfront (Including railbed trails)
3. Curling
4. Heights/Shopping districts
5. North/South Connecters (West Valley, East Valley, Brookfield, Caribou/Country, Mt. Bernard)
6. O’Connell, Innovation District, including O’Connell side streets
7. Lady Slipper, Logger School, ATV Trails (within City limits)
8. Multi-use Pedestrian Trails
9. Bartlett’s Point, Margaret Bowater Park, Sports and recreation fields
10. Everything else!


2022 Household Spring Cleanup:

May 2-6 (starting with Day 2) Week 1 is for metals & bulk waste (furniture, branches, grass cuttings).

May 9-13 (Starting with Day 2) Week 2 is for household garbage (organics, glass, textiles, toys, etc).

Pickup will happen on your regular garbage days.

What’s Accepted for bulk collection

  • Household appliances (refrigerators, stoves, hot water tanks, etc.)  Note: any item such as refrigerators or air conditioners must be labeled AODS Free.  Anything not properly labeled will not be accepted.
  • Household furniture (sofa, chairs, box springs & mattresses, etc.)
  • Broken glass (safely packaged)
  • Lawn furniture
  • Toys (bikes, etc.)
  • Small automotive parts (rims, etc.)
  • Garden items (branches, leaves and grass cuttings)

What’s not Accepted for bulk collection

  • Wood (pallets/lumber/trees)
  • Hazardous, explosive or toxic waste
  • Liquid wastes
  • Tires – Residents are advised that under the provincial Governments Used Tire Recycling Program tires cannot be disposed of at the City landfill.
  • Automotive parts exceeding 35 kg in aggregate weight
  • Construction waste such as defined in the City of Corner Brook Garbage and Refuse By-law (i.e. gyproc, shingles, lumber, windows, doors, concrete, etc.
  • Paint products (i.e. all household paint products and containers, paint aerosols of all types and automotive, craft and industrial paint)
  • Electronic Waste (E-Waste) (i.e. display devices such as TVs and monitors, desktop printers and scanners, computers and peripherals, home theatre in a box (HTB) systems, cellular and non-cellular telephones, audio and video systems.


  • Appliances and/or metals should be kept separate from other items to allow for separate pickup by the garbage contractor.
  • Environmental guidelines require that prior to disposal, all fuel storage tanks must be emptied, vented and purged using steam or some other acceptable method.
  • All residential homes in the City of Corner Brook are required to separate garbage from recycling. Household garbage must be put in clear bags while recyclables can all be combined in blue transparent bags.