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Waste disposal volume in Saskatchewan by source 2004-2014

This statistic displays the volume of waste for disposal in Saskatchewan from 2004 to 2014, by source. In 2008, Saskatchewan disposed around 289,760 metric tons of waste from residential sources. Ontario disposed the most amount of waste, followed by other provinces with large population levels.

Volume of waste disposal in Saskatchewan from 2004 to 2014, by source

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Source

Release date

September 2016

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2004 to 2014

Supplementary notes

Add/remove data to retrieve provincial-level figures.

Figures have been rounded.

Note: Residential non-hazardous waste disposal includes solid waste produced by all residences and includes waste that is picked up by the municipality (either using its own staff or through contracting firms), and waste from residential sources that is self-hauled to depots, transfer stations and disposal facilities.

Non-residential non-hazardous solid waste are those wastes generated by all sources excluding the residential waste stream. These include: industrial materials, which are generated by manufacturing, and primary and secondary industries, and is managed off-site from the manufacturing operation; commercial materials, which are generated by commercial operations, such as, shopping centres, restaurants, offices, and others; and institutional materials which are generated by institutional facilities, such as, schools, hospitals, government facilities, seniors homes, universities, and others. These wastes also include construction, renovation and demolition non-hazardous waste, also referred to as DLC (demolition, land clearing and construction waste). These refer to wastes generated by construction, renovation and demolition activities. It generally includes materials, such as, wood, drywall, certain metals, cardboard, doors, windows, wiring, and others. It excludes materials from land clearing on areas not previously developed as well as materials that include asphalt, concrete, bricks and clean sand or gravel.

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