Quick Reference Guide

Remember to
  • Empty and rinse containers
  • Return deposit containers for refund

Recycling Guide

Click here to download the 2019-2020 Village of Anmore Recycling Guide. The Recycling Guide outlines how to sort your recycling, shows what is not accepted, and includes a collection calendar. You can also download the Recycle BC app from Google Play or the iTunes App Store to access your collection schedule online, search for depots, and sign up for reminders.

2019 – 2020 Recycling Guide:



Address Search

Use our address search tool to view your curbside recycling collection schedule and nearest Recycle BC depots. You can also sign up for reminders and import your schedule into your online calendar.


If you have smartphone, you can download our app from your app store by searching “Recycle BC.”


Collection questions or need information?

Contact GFL Environmental (Smithrite)
Phone: 604-529-4011
Email: srecycling@gflenv.com


Information on the materials accepted in RecycleBC’s packaging and paper recycling program is available here.

Please sort curbside recycling as follows:

  • Use either or both of the reusable recycling bags for paper and packaging that held dry products (shoes, crackers, etc.). Corrugated cardboard that does not fit in this bag can be flattened, cut into smaller pieces, and stacked between recycling containers.
  • Use the dark blue box for containers (plastic, aluminum, steel, etc.) and paper cups and cartons (coffee cups, milk cartons etc.).
  • Use the light blue box for non-deposit glass bottles and jars

RecycleBC asks for glass containers to be separated from other recyclables because glass can easily break during collection. When broken glass mixes with paper and other containers it becomes difficult to properly recycle these materials, meaning that less glass—and less of the other material—is recycled. Broken glass is also a safety hazard. By separating glass containers from other recycling, more will be recycled. Please take deposit containers to a depot for refund.

There is no limit to how much recycling you can set out. If all of your materials do not fit in your recycling box and bag, please try consolidating them. For example, bulky plastic milk jugs, milk cartons, and boxes can be flattened; smaller metal cans be placed inside larger metal cans; plastic containers can be fitted inside each other (e.g. yogurt containers), etc. If you have additional recyclables that do not fit into your blue boxes and bag, these can be placed in a rigid container of your choice, such as a laundry hamper. Corrugated cardboard that does not fit in your bag can be flattened, cut into pieces no larger than 30” x 30” (78 cm x 78 cm), and stacked between your recycling containers.

If you regularly have more recycling than your boxes can accommodate, you might want to purchase another, as long as the container is similar in size and shape to your existing one. Most hardware stores carry blue boxes of different sizes and you can purchase additional containers by contacting GFL Environmental at srecycling@gflenv.com or 604-529-4011.

No. Under the BC Recycling Regulation, businesses that supply packaging and paper to BC residents are responsible for managing recycling programs. RecycleBC uses fees paid by businesses to pay for curbside recycling in Anmore.

Please contact GFL Environmental, the company that Recycle BC selected to collect curbside recycling in Anmore, for recycling containers.

Email: sreccyling@gflenv.com
Phone: 604-529-4011

RecycleBC will replace each container once per household, free of charge. Should your household request multiple replacement containers, you will be asked to pay for the second and subsequent replacements. To request new containers, please contact GFL Environmental srecycling@gflenv.com or 604-529-4011.

No. RecycleBC’s packaging and paper recycling program does not affect your garbage collection. Your local government will provide information about garbage collection.

Curbside recycling collection is every Friday. Please check the Curbside Recycling Guide or address search tool for changes due to public holidays.

No. Your local government no longer provides curbside collection of residential packaging and paper. As of May 19, 2014, per BC’s Recycling Regulation, the businesses that supply packaging and paper to residents are responsible for financing the collection and recycling of these materials. RecycleBC works on behalf of these businesses to manage the program.

In Anmore, curbside recycling is collected by Smithrite Disposal. If you have questions about your recycling collection or need additional information, please contact Smithrite at:

Email: srecycling@gflenv.com
Phone: 604-529-4011