CVRD to move yard and garden waste drop-off service for south end residents. (File photo)

Yard and garden waste drop-off service moves next door

Move effective as of Aug. 1

As of Aug. 1, the Cowichan Valley Regional District’s free yard and garden waste drop-off service for south end residents will move from Central Landscape Supplies at 1345 Fisher Rd. to Fisher Road Recycling, 1355 Fisher Rd.

Fisher Road Recycling will be open for yard waste drop-off Monday to Sunday, between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Residents with yard waste can now bypass the scale house to access the yard waste drop-off area.

Public recycling and transfer station hours at the facility won’t change, remaining Monday to Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Yard waste can also be dropped off for free at any of the following CVRD recycling centres:

• Bings Creek Recycling Centre, 3900 Drinkwater Rd.

• Peerless Road Recycling Centre, 10830 Westdowne Rd.

• Meade Creek Recycling Centre, 8855 Youbou Rd.

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