Demolition & Renovation / New Construction / Burned Structures
RDOS Administered Landfill Disposal Details
Demolishing, Renovating or Altering a Structure:
Before Demolishing, Renovating or Altering a Structure Follow 4 Steps
Step 1: Check with your local Municipal or Regional District Building Department
- If an Agency Agreement is required to sign the associated forms?
- If a Demolition Permit or a Building Permit is required?
Step 2: Obtain a Hazardous Assessment Report from a Qualified Professional
- If hazardous materials are identified – remove and dispose of safely
- Remove all loose or bagged garbage, furnishings, appliances, mattresses
Obtain a Clearance letter from a Qualified Professional (if hazardous materials are identified and removed)
Step 3: Before Demolition, but after all hazardous materials have been removed, submit the free RDOS Landfill Waste Disposal Application for review and approval
- Complete the RDOS Landfill Waste Disposal Application (WDA) and submit for review along with the applicable documents. If approved, the finalized and signed WDA will be returned to the applicant.
Step 4: Before Delivery to an RDOS Administered Landfill Site
- With each load the hauler brings to the Landfill, supply the completed Waste Disposal Application (WDA) that has been approved by the RDOS for the specified materials. Once signed by the RDOS, the WDA allows assessed co-mingled demolition/renovation materials to be accepted at the Campbell Mountain, Oliver and Okanagan Falls Landfill Sites.
Note: The Okanagan Falls Landfill - DRC Sorting Site offers significantly lower tipping fees for co-mingled assessed demolition/renovation materials with an Approved RDOS WDA. There are different tipping fees applied for materials generated within the Okanagan Falls Landfill Service Area and outside.
(Tip: The Waste Disposal Application can be filled in electronically – save to your computer before filling out)
h. RDOS Regulatory Bylaw, and RDOS Fees & Charges Bylaw see RDOS Regional Bylaws under Landfill
New Construction - CONSTRUCTION MIXED LOAD Materials:
CONSTRUCTION MIXED LOAD are materials that are generated from new construction, where no existing structure has been altered, and that contains two or more RECYCLABLE building materials from a new construction site.
If you are altering an existing structure! - Any projects that alter any existing structures will be deemed Demolition or Renovation materials, and applicants must follow the RDOS Landfill Waste Disposal Application process for these materials (See Demolition and Renovation Materials above).
For CONSTRUCTION MIXED LOAD from only new construction (no existing structures are being altered):
RDOS Regulatory Bylaw, and RDOS Fees & Charges Bylaw see Regional Bylaws under 'Landfills'
BURNED MATERIAL Structures:
For Landfill acceptance, procedures and times – follow the Steps and Notes in the attached document:
RDOS Regulatory Bylaw, and RDOS Fees & Charges Bylaw see Regional Bylaws under 'Landfill'
Asbestos Disposal at RDOS Landfills
Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) is received at the Campbell Mountain and Oliver Landfills following strict hauling protocols. Contact the RDOS well in advance to ensure safe and timely disposal.