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Residents from Subregion 1 (St. Anthony - Lanse Aux Meadows), Subregion 2 (Main Brook - Englee), & Subregion 3 (Eddies Cove East - Castors River South) can now get daily updates regarding changes to regular Waste Collection Schedule. Just .... [Read more]

Updated: Wednesday, February 22, 2017   3:58 pm

For Sale By Tender 2007 GMC Pick-up Truck (Deadline Extension)


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Updated: Monday, January 30, 2017   8:48 am

Disposal of Ashes

Please note that due to weight, and safety issues around bags breaking open and the possibilty of hot ashes causing a fire in waste collection trucks, we are asking residents to not place ashes to the curb for pick up by our collectors. .... [Read more]

Updated: Wednesday, January 25, 2017   3:08 pm

Curbside Compost Changes- Subregion 4

For all those participating in the Curbside Compost Pilot in Subregion 4 (Eddies Cove West to River of Ponds), please note that compost is being picked up starting at 8:00 AM prior to the collection of regular household garbage. Therefore, it is very .... [Read more]

Updated: Thursday, January 12, 2017   1:45 pm

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Curbside composting began September 27, 2016 for households in sub-region 4 ( Eddie's Cove West, Port au Choix, Port Saunders, Hawke's Bay and River of Ponds). Residents are able to separate organic waste from their regular household garbage before placing it at the curb or roadside for collection.
Learn more here!

New Website Helps Newfoundlanders & Labradorians Rethink Waste

The Multi-Materials Stewardship Board (MMSB) is launching RethinkWasteNL.ca, a new website that offers Newfoundlanders and Labradorians easy access to information on everything they need to know about managing waste in each region of the province. With the launch of RethinkWasteNL.ca, residents and businesses can now visit one website to search reuse, recycling and safe disposal options for a range of waste types from household items and scrap metal to hazardous waste and garbage.

NorPen Regional Service Board Inc.
NorPen is a non-profit board that has been assembled to assist with the implementation of the Provincial Waste Management Strategy (PWMS).

The Provincial Waste Management Strategy (PWMS) was developed and produced by the Provincial Government to improve waste management practices within our province.

The NorPen Mission Statement is "Conservation and protection through solid waste management, ensuring a healthy environment for the present and the future".

Our Commitment

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
NorPen has a deep commitment to making a difference for the environment, communities and individuals, present and future.

To us, waste management means embracing the tremendous responsibility we have as leaders in our province, to use our strength, knowledge, resources and technology to better ensure future healthy communities.

NorPen serves municipal, commercial, industrial and residential customers throughout the Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland.

We offer our services to approximately 14,500 residential and commercial customers through our network of collection operations, landfill disposal sites, and other related services.

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Fire Services

NorPen Fire Services
In 2009, NorPen expanded it's boundaries beyond waste management to include fire protection services.

The provincial government granted approval to NorPen to operate the Straits Volunteer Regional Fire Department which was facilitated by a $232,000 investment.

NorPen is very pleased to be given the opportunity to provide an effective fire service program to residents of Anchor Point to Eddies Cove East.

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NorPen | Northern Peninsula Regional Service Board
Telephone: (709) 454-3110
171-173 West Street | PO Box 130
St. Anthony, NL A0K 4S0
Email: darlene.nprsb@nf.aibn.com
"Conservation and protection through solid waste management,
ensuring a healthy environment for the present and future"

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