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The Future of Brady


Brady Road Resource Management Facility Proposed Development Brady Road Resource Management Facility Proposed Development


Biosolids Pilot began in Spring 2015 and the Biosolids Master Plan was submitted to the Province of Manitoba for review

More information can be found on our Biosolids Master Plan page.

Brady Road 4R Winnipeg Depot

Construction continues on the Brady Road 4R Winnipeg Depot, with anticipated completion in late 2015. Work also continues on agreements with the Producer Responsibility Organizations for materials that can be accepted at the depot (e.g., household hazardous waste) and operational requirements (e.g., equipment, staffing, training, traffic flow, technology).

Licensing process

On April 23, 2014, the Province of Manitoba issued a licence to the City of Winnipeg Water and Waste Department for the operation of the Brady Road Resource Management Facility.

For more information on current activities, please visit the City of Winnipeg’s Water & Waste Department website.

Future Plans

New Facility for Processing Recyclables

A new, larger facility will be built to process all the materials, more than 50,000 tonnes per year and growing, from blue recycling carts.

Green Business Park

Land is being reserved for a future green business park, which would host companies/groups that reclaim and reuse materials that would otherwise be buried in the landfill.


Community Liaison Committee

As part of the requirements for the new Environmental Licence issued by the Province for our Brady Road Resource Management Facility, we are establishing a Community Liaison Committee.

Committee members will provide advice on:

  • a plan for landscaping finished areas of the landfill,
  • a plan for monitoring noise and odour, and
  • ways to reduce the impact of landfill activities (e.g., construction, operations) on the local environment.
Green Action Centre William Dowie
Ladco Company Limited Michael Carruthers
Manitoba Sustainable Development Sonja Bridges
RM of Macdonald Robert Turski
RM of Macdonald – citizen representative Grant Baker
RM of Ritchot Janine Boulanger
RM of Ritchot – citizen representative Vacant
Southwood Golf & Country Club Jeff Scott
University of Manitoba Christie Nairn
Winnipeg (Charleswood) – citizen representative Darlene Boettcher
Winnipeg (Fort Richmond) – citizen representative Jacquie Field
Winnipeg (Richmond West) – citizen representative Dave Olinyk
Winnipeg (South Pointe) – citizen representative Myrrhanda Novak
Winnipeg (St.Norbert) – citizen representative Vacant

Meeting Presentation and Minutes

Meeting #12 – June 5, 2019

Meeting #11 – November 22, 2018

Meeting #10 – May 24, 2018

Meeting #9 – November 1, 2017

Meeting #8 – June 1, 2017

Meeting #7 – November 24, 2016

Meeting #6 – June 9, 2016

Meeting #5 – November 19, 2015

Meeting #4 – June 11, 2015

Meeting #3 – February 25, 2015

Meeting #2 – November 20, 2014

Meeting #1 – October 20, 2014


November 7, 2014

Lime Mud Berm Construction


Preliminary work for phase 1 of the lime mud berm construction is expected to begin the week of Monday, November 10, 2014.

The preliminary work includes:

  • developing a new access road at Brady Road Resource Management Facility, along Waverley Street and Trappistes Street
  • stripping of top soil

Crews tipping lime mud material at the berm site
Crews tipping lime mud material at the berm site

The City of Winnipeg will provide more information as it becomes available, including traffic management and dust control.

About the Lime Mud Berm Construction

On September 24, 2014, Winnipeg City Council approved the plan to construct lime mud berms at Brady Road Resource Management Facility.

Approximately 500,000 cubic metres of lime mud, the remaining material from the sugar refining process, will be transported from the former Sugar Beets plant site, located northwest of Pembina Highway and Bishop Grandin Blvd. to Brady and used to construct berms.

The berms will:

  • be 6 metres high
  • be built at the perimeter of Brady
  • act as an odour, noise and visual buffer

Phase 1 berms, along Waverley Street, will be constructed in 2014. Proposed phase 2 berms are planned to be constructed in 2015.

Last updated: October 21, 2019