Utilities

KV Drinking Water Compliance Letter 3JUNE15

2016 Water Compliance Report-Kannata Valley

WATERWORKS OPERATING TEAM

REGIONAL/CONTRACT OPERATORS:
Operator                    Jim Percy                                                  306-561-7191
LOCAL OPERATORS:
Glen Hurst                  Lead Operator – Production Division    306 729-4007
Ken Forsyth                Lead Operator – Distribution Division   306 729-4895
Charlie Currie            Lead Operator – Metering Division        306 729-4579
Wayne Howse            Assistant Operator – All Divisions          306 731-6961
Portfolio Councillor           Don Sangster                                          306 729-4990

KVSB LAGOON MANAGEMENT TEAM

The Lagoon Committee is an advisory body that meet to consider issues and make recommendations to the council’s of the owners. All executive decisions are made by resolution of council  in each community.
Representing Kannata Valley on the Committee:
Mayor                       Ken MacDonald              306 533-3936  Chairperson
Councillor                Tom Fink                          306 216 9574
Representing Saskatchewan Beach on the Committee
Mayor                     Harvey McEwen                306 529 8368
Councillor              Ann Donovan                    306 502 2288

KVSB LAGOON OPERATING TEAM:

Administrator                 Jack McHardy         306 731-2447
Certified Operator          Jim Percy                306 561-7191
Operator                         Glen Hurst             306 729-4004

REFUSE TRANSFER STATION OPERATING TEAM

Lead  Operator               Dick Clarke                    306 729-3014
Portfolio Concillor          Terry Lang                     306 539-0002

HOURS OF OPERATION

Summer Months :  May 1 to September 30

  • 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Saturday & Sunday  and all holiday Mondays

Winter: October 1 to April 30

  • 10:00 AM to 12 Noon
  • SATURDAYS ONLY

Recycle Bins:

Recycle bins have been placed at the Refuse Transfer Station. The bins are subject to the rural regulations for Kannata Valley which are similar to those operated by the City of Regina, but are not exactly the same. For more information please visit the City of Regina Recycle web site at;

http://www.regina.ca/residents/recycling/what-to-recycle/index.html

A summary of what is recyclable and what is not in the Kannata Valley bins is shown below:

What goes in

  • All plastic bottles and containers labelled with # 1-7
    Most plastic bottles and containers are recyclable. Examples include most containers for yogurt, milk, peanut butter, condiments, beverages, vitamins, mouthwash, shampoo, bleach, detergent and more. Always check for the recycling number on the bottom of your plastic bottles and containers to make sure they are recyclable.
  • Cardboard, boxes, newspapers, magazines and other paper products
  • Pizza boxes if there is no grease or food left in the box
  • Tin food and beverage containers such as coffee cans
  • Aluminum cans, bottles, containers and aluminum foil
  • Tetra Pak containers for soup and beverages
  • Milk and ice cream cartons
  • Black and clear plastic take out food containers
  • Food trays labelled with #1-7

While the recycling program will accept beverage bottles and cans, residents are still welcome to take their bottles and cans to SARCAN Recycling for a refund.

What stays out

Some items cannot be processed at the recycling facility. Non-recyclable materials need to be removed by hand. Please do not place the following items in your blue cart.

  • Any plastic items not labeled with # 1-7, including pens, straws, laundry baskets, and more
  • Bottle caps and lids
  • Glass food and beverage containers
  • Plastic bags and plastic wrap
  • Soiled tissues, napkins and paper towels
  • Styrofoam
  • Disposable cups for coffee, pop and Slurpees®
  • Metallic juice and beverage pouches
  • Glass that is not from a food or beverage container
  • Loose shredded paper (Shredded paper can only be recycled if you put it in a clear plastic bag and tie it closed. This is the only situation where you can put a plastic bag in your cart.)
  • Housewares, including ceramics, dishes and glasses, pots and pans, light bulbs, windows, mirrors and clothes hangers
  • Strings, ropes, wires and cables
  • Garden hoses
  • Christmas lights
  • Construction materials
  • Hazardous waste, such as household chemicals, motor oil, antifreeze, aerosol cans, batteries, lighters and paint cans
  • Medical waste
  • Diapers
  • Electronics
  • Food waste
  • Yard waste
  • Tires

Many of these materials can be recycled or disposed of in other ways. Check with the Saskatchewan Ministry of EnvironmentSARCAN Recycling and the Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council for items that may be recyclable through other programs.