Collections and recycling
Sort your garbage, get collection schedules, compost, recycle and find out what you can take to the ecocentre.
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Find out how to get rid of bulky objects and construction materials.
Composting is an easy, inexpensive and effective way to reduce to reduce the amount of garbage you generate. Want to practice composting at home? Learn what you need to know in order to get started.
Would you like to give a second life to items that are still usable? Do you need to get rid of construction materials or products that are hazardous to people’s health or the environment? Ecocentres can take them.
Can I put all of my food waste in my brown bin? What about my pizza box? Find practical information here to answer these questions and more.
Garden debris, hedge trimmings, grass and dead leaves — what should you do with green waste? Find practical information about green waste collections here.
What is hazardous household waste (HHW)? Here are a few examples: Cans of paint, cleaning products, used oil, batteries and lightbulbs. HHW must never be thrown away outdoors, put in your bags of household waste or thrown in the sewer.
Are you wondering what you can throw in the garbage at home? Or at what time you should put out the trash? Find practical information about household waste collections here.
Are you wondering which materials you can recycle? Find practical information about recycling collections here.