Current forms and legislation for the Regional Landfill.
Lesser Slave Lake Regional Waste provides innovative waste management services to residents, businesses and visitors within the Municipal District of Lesser Slave River. We work to create environmental sustainability, promoting diversion and maintaining a clean municipality. Thank you for doing your part to keep the region clean by following the policies and procedures specified below.
Browse this section to view and download all current forms, buylaws and policies related to proper disposal of waste in the region. If you're searching for content not found here, please contact Lesser Slave Lake Regional Waste for more information.
IF YOU ARE BRINGING IN SPECIAL WASTE SUCH AS HYDROCARBON SOIL, ASBESTOS, SULFUR SOILS OR CONTAMINATED WASTE, YOU MUST PROVIDE A MANIFEST WITH THE LOAD. BRING A PRINTED COPY OF YOUR COMPLETED MANIFEST FORM WITH YOUR SPECIAL WASTE LOAD. HYDROCARBON SOILS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE LABS TO THE LANDFILL FOR EVALUATION IN ADVANCE BEFORE THEY CAN BE ACCEPTED.
On May 20, 2011, a firefighting helicopter crashed into the Lesser Slave Lake near Canyon Creek, taking the life of pilot Jean-Luc Debas died at the scene. A memorial park on the shore of Canyon Creek honours the bravery of Mr. Debas. Visit the Municipal History section to learn more about our region's rich heritage.
Legendary Lesser Slave River
MD of Lesser Slave River
Just a few hours due north of Edmonton, Lesser Slave River is a truly unique place to live, work and play. From breathtaking expanses of boreal forest and unspoiled natural wonders to a thriving economy and genuine work/life balance, opportunities abound. Here you'll discover a place of rugged beauty. A place of real people. A place you'll never want to leave.