Hamilton Dump & Transfer Station
Our full service dump (also known as a "transfer station") in Hamilton offers environmentally friendly disposal for your non-hazardous junk including appliances, electronics, wasted yard materials like lumber, gravel, asphalt and concrete.
Bring your disposables to 375 Gage Avenue North.
Transfer Station Hours
Saturday: 7:00am to 1:00pm Nov 1 - Mar 31
Saturday: 7:00am to 5:00pm Apr 1 - Oct 31
Transfer Station Rates
The cost to dispose of garbage is $11.75 per 100kgs (220 lbs).
"Clean fill" is $7.00 per 100 kgs (220 lbs).Clean fill consists of the following;
- Dirt and/or sod only
- Concrete only
- Clay bricks and/or clay pipe only
- Gravel only
- Brick only
*Propane tanks are $30 per tank.
There is a $12.50 minimum charge.
Our Hamilton transfer station will accept any garbage as long as it isn't toxic/hazardous waste and food waste.
Garbage: Household Items — eg. Old furniture, old appliances*, old toys, etc.
Yard Waste — eg. Branches, leaves, etc.
Construction Waste — eg. Wood, drywall, roofing, plaster, etc.
Tires — we are a Registered Ontario Tire Stewardship Collector.
*Most appliances can be dumped free of charge.
Clean Fill — Dirt (and sod), stone, concrete, gravel, rubble, brick/block, etc.
Cleanfill is anything that is made from sand (with the exception of sod!!).
What type of waste DON’T you accept?
We do NOT accept toxic/hazardous or food waste.
Eg. Asbestos, paint/paint cans, aerosol cans, oils, batteries, cleaners, etc.
*Only tires and propane tanks CAN be disposed of in our yard, but because they are recycled specially there is an additional cost (see above under rates).
Anything with the following symbols on it must be disposed of with special care at specific transfer stations only.
Please call the City of Hamilton to find the nearest transfer station which handles and accepts hazardous materials.
Health and Safety
Operating as Regional Disposal Inc., we are licensed by the Ministry of Environment. Ministry of Environment Certificate of Approval Number 6567-5ADLUE.
Regional Disposal Inc. is committed to protecting the health and safety of all employees. Protection of employees from injury or occupational disease is of paramount importance. To accomplish this, all employees are required to work in a safe manner and are responsible for reporting unsafe or unhealthy conditions to their supervisors and/or worker/management representative of the Health and Safety Rep.
Management and Supervisors are responsible for ensuring that appropriate steps have been taken to control or eliminate all potential hazards and to ensure that safe and healthy work conditions are maintained throughout Regional Disposal Inc.’s facilities. To accomplish this, the Company will adhere to all legislative requirements including the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its regulations.
Every employee must protect their own health and safety by working in compliance with the Act and its regulations and with safe work practices and procedures established by Regional Disposal Inc.
Any Contractors/Sub Contractors hired to perform work or to provide a service for Regional Disposal Inc. are responsible for ensuring that their workers work in compliance with the ACT, its regulations and any other legislation relating to the work/services being provided. While at/in or near Regional Disposal Inc. facilities your employees will follow and adhere to our established safety procedures.
It is in the best interest of all parties to consider health and safety in every activity. A commitment to health and safety forms an integral part of this organization. The Employer, Managers, Supervisors and all Employees shall strive to work together to preserve our own health and safety and that of our co-workers.
We strive to be the best transfer station Hamilton has to offer, please let us know if there is anything you think we can improve.