Meet Victoria County’s new Waste Management Educator

Got a waste management question or looking for a presentation on best practice? Get in touch with Maddy MacPerson!

Maddy MacPherson can help you with all your waste-related inquiries

Are you interested in learning more about waste and how to manage it effectively? Look no further! Victoria County has a dedicated Solid Waste Educator ready to assist you with all your waste-related inquiries.

Meet Maddy MacPherson, who initially joined Victoria County as a Clean Foundation Summer Intern last year. After completing her degree in Public Health, she has returned to the County as a Solid Waste Educator. Maddy’s knowledge and enthusiasm for waste management make her a valuable resource to the community.

Maddy is available to address any questions or concerns you may have about waste management in Victoria County. Whether you’re a resident seeking guidance on proper sorting techniques, a school wishing to organize educational presentations or activities, a business interested in event greening, or a community group looking to conduct waste audits or implement waste reduction strategies, Maddy is here to assist you.

To get in touch with Maddy, you can reach her via email at or by phone at (902) 295-0575. Don’t hesitate to contact her if you’re seeking guidance on waste management practices, educational opportunities, or looking to positively impact the environment through waste reduction initiatives.

Tip Fees Info

Looking for information on Victoria County’s new tip fees?

  • Find our Frequently Asked Questions for Businesses Here
  • To set up a business account, fill out this form

Please note: if you are delivering waste to our facilities more than 4 times a month, you will be deemed to be a commercial customer and charged a tip fee.

Changes at our Facilities

Beginning in August there will be some changes to how we collect residential waste and new tip fees for business customers at our facilities. This follows amendments passed by Council in May. You can read the Amended Solid Waste Bylaw here:

For residential customers, changes come into effect on August 1, 2021. For businesses, tip fees will be charged beginning August 30, 2021.