The Village of Frontier will be holding their free Community Clean Up this weekend.
Village Administrator, Barb Webber said, "We saw that Eastend and Shaunavon were doing that, and we thought, well hey, we should try that out. We've never done it before. And so, we set up a time frame. It is now going to happen Friday June 10 from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday June 11 from 10 to 5 p.m., and Sunday June 12 from 9 till 12 noon."
Bins will be set up at the northwest corner of Frontier, in the open area, and village staff will be monitoring the site all weekend.
Allowable materials include: Municipal solid waste (household garbage), scrap iron, appliances, white metal, barbed wire (must be rolled up), painted wood, compost, concrete, asphalt, and shingles.
Non-allowable materials include: batteries, asbestos, brake pads, hazardous waste, pesticide containers, tires, pressure tanks, all liquids including sewage/wastewater, fuels, oil including cooking oil etc., dead animals, "hot" loads, burning barrels, grain bags, oilfield liners, oilfield black plastic pipeline pipe, and paint and electronics.
Residents will also be able to leave tree branches, leaves, grass clippings, clean untreated wood and unpainted boards at the Transfer Station at the landfill on Saturday from ten a.m. until 5 p.m.