The Landfill & Metal Scrap

The Municipality of Chesterfield Inlet business premises compliance By-law No. 60 – Sanitary, Health, Zoning, Parking, Structural, or Fire Hazard conditions inquire Chief Administrative Officer 1-(867) 898-4600.

The Department of Environment

The Environmental Management response of Clean-up Spills on fuel/ oil, spill response kits, absorbs pads/ absorbent booms, or personal protective gear visit Environmental Protection Division. The Policies & Legislation on the Environment, or waste Management contact Community & Government Services, or Department of Environment, Government of Nunavut.

The 24-hour Oil Spill line, or Hazardous substance disposal bags contact Petroleum Products Division E-mail: Spill Line 1-(867) 920-8130, Government of Nunavut.

Metal Scrap & Recycle

The Transport Canada dangerous goods permit to ship Recycle containers i.e. propane tank, used oil, battery/ tires, paint/ auto, or metal contact Register. To inspect on site visit Transport Canada E-mail: Prairie & Northern 1-(888) 463-0521. The Metal scraps ATV/ snowmobile parts, autos/ appliances or empty barrows is disposed on Metal Scrap Yard, not Landfill site. The scrap Autos should be drain of fluids, or batteries remove.

The Environment & Recycle Services

The Regulations on the Environment/ Hazardous waste registration contact Department of Environment. The Municipal Landfill, Metal scrap yard/ Recycle containers, or Bins contact Foreman, or Chief Administrative Officer (867) 898-4600.

Transportation of Dangerous Goods Programs

The Municipal Cleanup/ waste Management Environmental – appliances, used oil/ tires, lumber/ recycle containers (battery/propane), or bins inquire Foreman (867) 898-4600. The annual Clean-up of Public areas in the Municipality of Chesterfield Inlet inquire Chief Administrative Officer, or Foreman (867) 898-4600.

Garbage & Sewage Service (Keep our Environment Clean)

The Garbage/ Sewage services contact Clerk (867) 898-4600, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet (weekdays).

The Commercial/ Residential tenants is responsibility of Clean Environment to maintain rental premises or all services, and facilities provided of (Lot) to tenancy of Clean Environment, or Health Safety. The scrap metals of ATV parts, snowmobiles, tires, or vehicles should be disposed of metal scrap yard, or recycle containers.