Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation - Solid Waste Transfer Station

Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation - Solid Waste Transfer Station

The scope of the work for the Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation Solid Waste Transfer Station Project includes the pre-design, design, and construction of a solid waste transfer station on NW-03-22-14-W2 located on Standing Buffalo IR 78.  The Project will also include the purchase of a compactor collection truck, household waste bins, and recycling bins for community users.

New infrastructure will include: 

- New solid waste transfer station including all site work (ramp, retaining walls, collection bins, fencing, landscaping, etc.) and a heated attendant building c/w roof-mounted solar panels
- Upgrades to site access road
- New electrical service from SaskPower
- New local waste collection truck and household collection bins

Solid waste generated during construction will be disposed of at an approved landfill.
Liquid, gaseous and hazardous waste are not expected to be generated during construction. Once commissioned, the facility itself will accept solid waste generated in the community.


Latest update

August 4, 2021 - Indigenous Services Canada issued its notice of determination and determined that the project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects.


Key documents

Key documents
Document Number Document Title File Date
2 Notice of Determination for Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation - Solid Waste Transfer Station - August 4, 2021
1 Public Comment Period on Intent to Make a Determination - November 30, 2020


Indigenous Services Canada
Alvin Hamilton Building, 1783 Hamilton Street
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2B6
Telephone: 306-581-3134

  • Location

    • Standing Buffalo IR 78 (Saskatchewan)
  • Nature of Activity

    • Waste Management
  • Assessment Status

  • Start Date

  • Proponent

    Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation
  • Authorities

    • Indigenous Services Canada
  • Assessment Type

    Project on federal lands
  • Reference Number


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Nearby assessments

...within 200 kilometres
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