Response to Consultation Document

Beaver Municipal Solutions (BMS) is taking action to respond to community concerns through the release of a new ‘Response to Consultation’ report.

The report follows a series of public information sessions held across the Beaver region last fall about the proposal to transition BMS to a municipally-controlled corporation (MCC) under the operating name of Claystone Waste. The ‘Response to Consultation’ report details questions and concerns BMS heard about the MCC proposal and provides information on how community requests are being addressed and acted on.

The full report can be viewed on the BMS website: Response to Consultation Document 

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Technical Difficulties Have Been Resolved

The problems we were having with our voicemail have been resolved. Voicemails left in the general mailbox as well as on specific extensions will be properly received and responded to. There is the possibility that some messages were not received as a result of our technical issues. Please call and leave another message. We apologize

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Oil and Antifreeze Recycling

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Chronicle August 5, 2020

Legislative Changes to Regional Services CommissionsBeaver Municipal Solutions (BMS) will no longer be allowed to operate for a profit or provide dividends to its member municipalities as a result of new rules that go into

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