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Don't forget to use the E-Waste Bin located at Malahide Community Place - 12105 Whittaker Road, Springfield

An Electronic Waste (e-waste) Bin has been installed, in partnership with the Elgin County Library Branches and the STEAM Centre in St. Thomas. Drop off your e-waste 24/7 including TVs, computer monitors, keyboards, mice, printers, scanners, fax machines, microwaves, modems, routers, cell phones, telephones, computer towers, cords, batteries, satellite receivers, cable boxes, printer cartridges, radios, blenders, food processers, VCRs, DVD players, laptops, stereos, speakers, vacuums, power tools, tablets, gaming consoles and peripherals, to support the STEAM program.

Composting

The Township of Malahide has initiated a composting promotion to assist residents in reducing their household waste.   Composters are currently sold at the Township Office at a cost of $35.00 (including HST), and Kitchen Food Waste Containers are also now available at a cost of $3.50 (including HST).

2019 Bag Tags Are Ready for Pick-up

Garbage bag tags may be picked up beginning on November 5, 2018 at the Township Office, 87 John Street South, Aylmer, during regular business hours (8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday).
Most non-vacant residential properties are eligible to receive an annual allotment of bag tags.  Your 2018 final property tax bill identifies if your property is eligible to receive the annual allotment for 2019. The registered property owner, as identified on the 2018 property tax bill, will require photo identification to pick up the tags. 

Emergency Contact System - Boil Water Advisories/Flooding & Water/Sewer Services

Malahide Township uses an automated calling service to advise and update residents on flooding and water/sewer service emergencies.  This system will inform municipal water service customers of potential emergencies such as boil water advisories and water main breaks, and planned water-main shutdowns.  This system will also keep Port Bruce and Springfield residents informed of any potential or imminent flooding, and will convey any flood warnings/watches issued by the Catfish Creek Conservation Authority.

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