Do you have products or items that are not accepted in the City's curbside waste collection programs? There are many safe alternative disposal options available!
Large Sized Items
The City of White Rock does not have a large item pick up. Large household items for disposal can either be taken to a Waste Transfer Station for a fee or residents can contact a disposal company that will take items away for a fee.
There is no public drop off location available in White Rock for garbage, recycling or green waste. Residents, businesses and garbage collection contractors can bring their surplus waste to Waste Transfer Stations where it can be dropped off for a fee.
At these stations, garbage is screened for hazardous wastes and recyclable materials. For more information on transfer station locations, hours of operation, and rates, please visit
The closest transfer stations to White Rock are:
Surrey Transfer Station, 9770-192nd Street, Surrey, 604.681.5600
Delta Transfer Station, 5400-72nd Avenue, Delta, 604.873.7000
Aldergrove Transfer Station, 1070-272nd Street, Aldergrove, 604.681.5600
Can that item be recycled?
From paint to electronics, solvents to appliances, lighting to medications, check out the City's Place Waste online tool to find out if an item can be recycled. Visit these websites to see what items they accept for recycling:
- Recycling Council of BC
- Canadian Electrical Stewardship Association
Product Care is a not-for-profit industry association that manages product stewardship programs for household hazardous and special waste on behalf of its members across Canada.
Visit the Product Care website to find a location that accepts paints, flammable liquids, pesticides, waste gasoline, fluorescent light bulbs and tubes and other hazardous waste items.
Community Clean-Up Projects
Metro Vancouver invites non-profit or volunteer groups to apply for a waiver of tipping fees for loads of garbage from community clean-up projects delivered to a Metro Vancouver disposal site. Metro Vancouver recognizes the important work of these groups in helping keep our communities clean and in protecting the environment. For more information and application forms visit Metro Vancouver's website: www.metrovancouver.org/services/solid-waste/garbage-recycling/transfer-stationsGo to Top