Six Nations waste transfer station working

Six Nations Public Works Department believes their system for handling the reserves trash is working well and plans to keep the status quo. A 20-year waste management study for the reserve suggested transitioning its landfill site to a transfer station and Mike Montour, director of public works said that was done in 2020 and it’s worked out well. “The last few years have been fantastic, thank you to community for transitioning with the waste and putting it where it’s supposed to be,” he said. Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) approved a motion to extend contracts with Norfolk Disposal Services, who move the waste from the transfer site on Fourth Line Road to Thorold in Niagara. The original contract was signed in 2020 and contained an option to extend for five…

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