Campbell Mountain


CLOSED Statutory Holidays including Thanksgiving Day (Monday Oct 10).

Link to Residential Recycling Program. Separate 'Paper/Cardboard' from 'Containers'. J&C Bottle Depot can also accept residential recyclables.
December - February (Winter) 8:30 am - 4:45 pm Monday to Saturday*
March - November (Spring, Summer, Fall) 8:30 am - 4:45 pm Monday to Sunday*
*Closed all Statutory Holidays , Boxing Day and Sundays in December, January and February.
BYLAWS (Fees and Regulations)

Click here for Landfill Bylaws: Regulations (definitions/rules) and Fees (costs by material).

Please tarp or cover all loads! Failure may result in double tipping fees!

Keep materials separate to reduce your landfill costs.

Click here to view map. 5 km northeast of Penticton off Reservoir Road.
Phone: 250-492-2907

Household Hazardous Waste Facility

The Campbell Mountain Sanitary Landfill has a year around Household Hazardous Waste Facility. Residents in the Campbell Mountain Sanitary Landfill service area can drop off a variety of household items free of charge for safe disposal. For more information on what constitutes Household Hazardous Waste please click here.

The Household Hazardous Waste Facility will not accept Commercial or Industrial related products. For more information on the disposal of these materials please look at the Prohibited (Hazardous) & Controlled Waste section below or phone the Regional District Solid Waste Division at 492-2907.

Prohibited (Hazardous) & Controlled Waste

Some types of waste are approved for disposal at the landfill but require special handling and disposal techniques to avoid creating health hazards, nuisances, or environmental pollution. Some waste, including radioactive, biomedical, asbestos, automobiles, slaughterhouse, and other waste is prohibited from disposal at the landfill.

More information: Call the Landfill at 250-492-2907

City of Penticton Compost

The City of Penticton sells compost through the Campbell Mountain Landfill. For more information click here.

Compost for sale at the Campbell Mountain Landfill