The Landfill, and Metal Scrap Yard

The business premises compliance of the By-law No. 60 policy – Sanitary, Health, Zoning, Parking, Structural, or Fire Hazard conditions concern inquire Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, Chief Executive Officer phone: 867-898-9951. The annual clean-up of public areas in the Municipality is managed seasonally. The Policies and Legislation on the Environment, or waste Management contact Community & Government Services, or the Department of Environment, Government of Nunavut.

The Environmental practices on monitoring, managing response, or clean-up of spills related to fuel or oil, spill response kits, absorbs pads, absorbent booms, and personal protective gear. The 24 hour oil spill line and hazardous substance disposal bags contact Petroleum Products Division, Nunavut Government, or E-mail: Spill Line.

Recycle Containers, and Metal Scrap Yard

The Recycle for battery, propane, oil or tires are disposed in recycle containers, and papers, wood, or plastic etc. is disposed at Landfill. The Metal scraps such as ATV, snowmobile parts, appliances, scrap vehicles, or empty barrows are disposed in Metal scrap yard, not Landfill site. The scrap vehicles should be drained of fluids, or batteries removed. The Landfill, Metal scrap yard, used Oil, Tires, Battery, Propane, Recycle containers, or Bins contact Hamlet of Chesterfield InletForeman ph: 867-898-9939, or Chief Executive Officer ph: 867-898-9951.

The Regulations and Guidelines on the Environment or Hazardous waste Registration forms contact Department of Environment, Government of Nunavut.

Garbage, or Sewage Service
Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Sewage service: Saturday to Sunday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm contact Receptionist-Clerk ph: 867-898-9951 (weekdays).

Keep our Environment Clean