Bylaw #2021-186 – Burstall Landfill Site Operation & Rate Schedule Bylaw


BYLAW NO. 2021-186


The Council of the Town of Burstall in the Province of Saskatchewan, enacts as follows:

This Bylaw shall be known as the “Burstall Landfill Site Operation And Rate Schedule Bylaw”.

The Landfill Site is only for the use of the Town of Burstall & R. M. Of Deer Forks #232 rate payers & residents.

Accepted Waste Materials (No Charge If Disposed of/Sorted Correctly)
– Yard Debris
– Trees
– White Metals
– Electronics (disposed of in the Electronic C-Can)
– Concrete
– Propane Tanks (valve must be removed)

Appliances (No Charge If Disposed of Correctly):
– Fridge (door must be removed)
– Freezer (door/lid must be removed)
– Air Conditioner

Washer or Dryer (door/lid) must be removed



The invoice will be made in triple. One copy for the customer, one copy of the landfill attendant and one copy for the Town of Burstall Municipal Office.

The customer will be invoiced by the Town of Burstall Municipal Office.
Any invoices that are not paid for in full upon receipt of invoice, will be refused access to use of landfill site until paid in full.


Minimum Charge
$3.00 – minimum charge for disposal fee

Furniture/Construction and/or Renovation Materials (Broken Down):
$10.00 per m3

Bagged debris
$3.00 per bag

Demolition waste materials (going into demolition bin)
$75.00 per m3

Furniture (not broken down and going into demolition bin)
$75.00 per m3

Shingles – Minimum Charge
$100.00 – minimum charge for disposal

$100.00 m3

Large Demolition Projects
– Refuse created from large demolition projects and the demolition of structures will NOT be accepted. The owners (or the owners’ contractor) will be responsible for renting their own waste bin and all associated costs to dispose of the materials.

Truck loads larger than 1 ton will NOT be accepted. Loads may not be accepted if not accepted waste materials are detected by the attendant.

Non-accepted Waste Materials:
– Vehicle and/or Tires
– Recyclables such as paper, cardboard, plastics, tins (that can go into the home/business recycle carts)
— Animal Manure (feces) or liquid waste
– Animals (deceased) or slaughterhouse waste
– Grain or screenings
– Chemical, herbicide or pesticide products or containers
– Petroleum waste including oil filters, oily rags, oil containers
– Hazardous waste or radioactive materials
– Paint, paint thinner, or paint remover cans unless they are empty and dry with the lids

5. Bylaw No. 2020-184 is hereby repealed.

This bylaw shall come into force and take effect on the day of final reading.

Dated at Burstall, Sask., this 11th day of March, 2021.


Lions & School Playground Areas Open – Please follow government guidelines

The council for the Town of Burstall has opened the Lions Playground and School Playground.

Please follow the guideline set out by the Government of Saskatchewan as seen below.

Parks and outdoor playground guidelines

The Saskatchewan government has posted its ERLINK”https:// www.  provider-resources/treatment-procedures-and-guidelines/emerging- public-health-issues/2019-novel-coronavirus/re-open-saskatchewan- plan/guidelines/parks-and-outdoor-playgrounds-guidelines”guidelines for parks and outdoor playgrounds.

They include:

People not from the same household or extended household should maintain two metres of physical distancing at all times.

  1. People who are sick are asked to stay home.
  2. Gathering limits must be followed.
  3. Do not share toys or sports equipment between groups.
  4. Wash hands before and after visiting a playground.

2021 Landfill Site Hours of Operation


Wednesday’s – The 1st Wednesday in April (April 7th , 2021) to the last Wednesday of September (September 29th, 2021) 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday’s – 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
If the weather is significantly poor and the roadways within the landfill site are going to get severely rutted up should traffic occur, then the landfill site is going to be closed.

POSTPONED 100 Years of Home – Burstall Homecoming Celebration


Save the date: July 2nd, 3rd & 4th, 2021.
The Town of Burstall will be hosting “100 Years of Home”, on July 2nd, 3rd & 4th, 2021.
We would like to collect addresses of past and present residents of Burstall.
If you would like to help celebrate our 100th Anniversary and you would like to attend, please send an email to [email protected]
Please share this information with people that may not have access to our email address, website, Facebook or the “Burstall Mainstreeter”.
Thanking you in advance and see you in 2021.

Town of Burstall/R.M. of Deer Forks #232 Municipal Office – We are open to the public


We will be working with ONE person at a time to maintain 6 foot physical distancing.

1. BEFORE ENTERING – Please LOOK inside to see if the service area is occupied.

2. If not occupied, COME ON IN, we are looking forward to working with you.
– Upon entering, please use the hand sanitizer which is provided for your use.

3. If occupied, please wait outside office area, 6 feet from the door until it is your turn.

Thank you

Stay Safe

As alternative,  Invoices, utilities or taxes can be paid via  (TOWN – CIBC/Credit Union/BMO/TDCanada)
(R.M. – E-transfer)
Both Governments – by mail or use the mail box located on the front of the office building – located along the wheelchair ramp.
We Thank You for your understanding and cooperation.
Take Care
Town of Burstall &
R.M. of Deer Forks #232
Phone: 306-679-2000
Email: Town: [email protected]
Email: R.M.: [email protected]

2019 Drinking Water Quality and Compliance Annual Notice to Consumers

Drinking Water Quality and Compliance
Annual Notice to Consumers

The Water Security Agency and the Ministry of Environment requires that at least once each year waterworks owners provide notification to consumers of the quality of water produced and supplied as well as information on the performance of the waterworks in submitting samples as required by a Minister’s Order or Permit to Operate a waterworks. The following is a summary of the Town of Burstall water quality and sample submission compliance record for the 2019 time period. This report was completed on January 16th, 2020. Readers should refer to Water Security Agency’s Municipal Drinking Water Quality Monitoring Guidelines, June 2015, EPB 502 for more information on minimum sample submission requirements and the meaning of type of sample. Permit requirements for a specific waterworks may require more sampling than outlined in the department’s monitoring guidelines. If consumers need more information on the nature and significance of specific water tests, for example, “what is the significance of Selenium in a water supply”, more detailed information is available from: .

Water Quality Standards
Bacteriological Quality
Regular Samples                   Regular Samples                         # of Positive Regular
Parameter/Location            Limit                      Required                                  Submitted                                      Submitted (%)
Total Coliform             0 Organisms/100 mL              24                                        26                                                            0
E. coli                            0 Organisms/100 mL               24                                        26                                                            0

Water Disinfection –
Chlorine Residual in Distribution System for Test Results Submitted with Bacteriological Samples
Minimum                       Total Chlorine       Free Chlorine                 # Tests                 # Tests #               Adequate
Parameter              Limit                               Residual Range     Residual Range             Required               Submitted        Chlorine (%)
Chlorine               0.1 mg/L free OR
Residual                0.5 mg/L total                        .69 – 1.22             .05 – 1.12                         24                            26                     100%

Water Disinfection – Free Chlorine Residual for Water Entering Distribution System from Waterworks Records-From Water Treatment Plant Records
Test Level                     # Tests #                  Tests Not Meeting
Parameter                                     Limit (mg/L)                 Range                          Performed                 Requirements
Free Chlorine Residual              at least 0.1                   .55 – 1.34                                365                                  0

A minimum of 0.1 milligrams per litre (mg/L) free chlorine residual is required for water entering the distribution system. Tests are normally performed on a daily basis by the waterworks operator and are to be recorded in operation records. This data includes the number of free chlorine residual tests performed, the overall range of free chlorine residual (highest and lowest recorded values) and the number of tests and percentage of results not meeting the minimum requirement of 0.1 mg/L free chlorine residual.

Turbidity – From Water Treatment Plant Records
Parameter            Limit                 Test Level               # Tests Not Meeting        Maximum                   # Tests              # Tests
(NTU)                Range                       Requirements                  Turbidity (NTU)         Required           Performed
Turbidity             1.0                        .05 – .85                              0                                      .85                               365                     365

Chemical – Health Category
All waterworks serving less than 5000 persons are required to submit water samples for SE’s Chemical Health category once every 2 years. The Chemical Health category includes analysis for arsenic, barium, boron, cadmium, chromium, fluoride, lead, nitrate, selenium and uranium.

The last sample for Chemical Health analysis was submitted on April 8, 2019. Sample results indicated that the provincial drinking water quality standards were not exceeded.

Limit                                  Limit                               Sample
Parameter                  MAC(mg/L)                       IMAC (mg/L)                Result(s)
Arsenic                         0.010                                                                            .00020
Barium                         1.0                                                                                 .0676
Boron                                                                            5.0                                 0.1
Cadmium                  0.005                                                                               .00015
Chromium                 0.05                                                                                .00019
Fluoride (avg*)            1.5                                                                                 .14
Lead                            0.01                                                                                 .00010
Nitrate (avg.*)            45.0                                                                               1.8
Selenium                     0.01                                                                               .00113
Uranium                     0.02                                                                               .0015

General Chemical
Aesthetic                                                Sample Results
Parameter                                 Objectives * (mg/L)                              (average)
Alkalinity                                          500                                                           187
Bicarbonate                            No Objective                                                    228
Calcium                                   No Objective                                                      59
Carbonate                               No Objective                                                        0
Chloride                                           250                                                          28.4
Conductivity                           No Objective                                                     711
Hardness                                         800                                                            234
Magnesium                                     200                                                               21
PH                                           No Objective                                                       8.1
Sodium                                            300                                                               57
Sulphate                                           500                                                           129.7
Total dissolved
Solids                                               1500                                                             527

All waterworks serving less than 5000 persons are required to submit water samples for SE’s General Chemical category once every two years if a ground water source and once per three months every second year if a surface water or blended surface/groundwater source. The General Chemical category includes analysis for alkalinity, bicarbonate, calcium, carbonate, chloride, conductivity, hardness (as CaCO3), magnesium, sodium, sulphate and total dissolved solids.

The last sample for General Chemical analysis was required on 2019 and submitted on April 8, 2019. Sample results indicated that there were no exceedences of the provincial aesthetic objectives for the General Chemical category.

*Objectives apply to certain characteristics of or substances found in water for human consumptive or hygienic use. The presence of these substances will affect the acceptance of water by consumers and/or interfere with the practice of supplying good quality water. Compliance with drinking water aesthetic objectives is not mandatory as these objectives are in the range where they do not constitute a health hazards. The aesthetic objectives for several parameters (including hardness as CaCO3, magnesium, sodium and total dissolved solids) consider regional differences in drinking water sources and quality.

More information on water quality and sample submission performance may be obtained from:
Town of Burstall
Box 250, Burstall, Sask. S0N 0H0
Telephone Number: 306-679-2000/ Facsimile Number: 306-679-2275
E-mail address: [email protected]

Calling Town Foreman after working hours/weekends/stats.

If a town resident calls the Burstall Town Foreman for non-essential or non-emergency calls after hours, on a weekend or on a Stat. holiday, that resident will receive an invoice from the town for a minimum call out of 3 hours for this service.
During normal maintenance hours it’s preferred that any/all maintenance requests are routed through the Town Office.
The foreman’s work week is a 40 hour week.
If you need to contact someone in the event of an emergency, please contact Mayor Bodnarchuk @ 306-679-2110,
or any other council member.