Get details about bulky items and construction debris collections

Last updated February 1, 2023

Collection schedules, accepted materials, materials that are not accepted and types of bins that are allowed. Find out how to put out bulky objects and construction debris according to standards.

The collection of bulky items and construction, renovation and demolition (CRD) waste is offered all year long.

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Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum volume by object (except for household appliances): 1 m3 (35,3 ft3).
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.
  • Attach planks of wood in bundles that are no longer than 1 m (3.3 ft) long and with a diameter no greater than 50 cm (20 in).

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions.

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.
  • Attach planks of wood in bundles that are no longer than 1 m (3.3 ft) long and with a diameter no greater than 50 cm (20 in).

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.

Excess CRD debris

Do you have more than 5 m3 of construction debris?  Here are your options:

1. Put debris in the dumpster at the municipal garage yard free of charge, twice a year and per address maximum. Past those limits, the cost is $25 for the first m3 and $10 for each additional m3.

2. Call 311 to request a special paid home pickup: Minimum $125 for the first m3 and $40 for each additional m3. Request an estimate of the cost of the goods to be disposed of.

3. Call a private contractor.

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.
  • Attach planks of wood in bundles that are no longer than 1 m (3.3 ft) long and with a diameter no greater than 50 cm (20 in). The weight of the bundle must not exceed 25 kg.

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

This service is offered to individuals as well as to schools, churches, embassies, organizations, companies and businesses.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  2 m3 (70 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles
  • Cooling appliances: Refrigerators, freezers and air conditioners 

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Cooling appliances: Refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners and wine cellars. The seller of your new appliance may be able to pick up your old appliance. Otherwise, just take it to the ecocentre, making sure to handle it with care. 
  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  3 m3 (105 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.
  • Attach planks of wood in bundles that are no longer than 1 m (3.3 ft) long and with a diameter no greater than 50 cm (20 in).

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.
  • Attach planks of wood in bundles that are no longer than 1 m (3.3 ft) long and with a diameter no greater than 50 cm (20 in).

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

This service is offered to individuals as well as to schools, churches, embassies, organizations, companies and businesses that get household waste collection.  

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address: 5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum weight per item, box or container: 100 kg (220 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.
  • Attach planks of wood in bundles that are no longer than 1 m (3.3 ft) long and with a diameter no greater than 50 cm (20 in).

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

Upholstered furniture

  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: sofas, mattresses, box springs, armchairs, chairs, cushions

Please put your upholstered items in a separate pile. Another truck will pick them up.

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid receiving a formal warning, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.
  • Attach planks of wood in bundles that are no longer than 1 m (3.3 ft) long and with a diameter no greater than 50 cm (20 in).

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  2 m3 (70 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum volume per object: 1,5 m3 (53 ft3) or 2 m (6.5 ft) in length, width and depth.
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 75 kg (165 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.
  • Attach planks of wood in bundles that are no longer than 1 m (3.3 ft) long and with a diameter no greater than 50 cm (20 in).

Excess CRD debris

Do you have more than 2 m3 of construction debris? Here are your options:

1. Put debris in the dumpster at the municipal service yard. Fees apply.

2. Call a private contractor.

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor.
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.
  • Attach planks of wood in bundles that are no longer than 1 m (3.3 ft) long and with a diameter no greater than 50 cm (20 in).

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation

Only individuals may use this service. Schools, churches, embassies, non-profit organizations (NPO), compagnies and businesses must deal with a private company.

To avoid being fined, be sure to follow the collection schedule and guidelines.

Collection schedule

To find out when to put out debris and bulky objects for pickup, visit Info-collectes.

Guidelines

  • Maximum volume by address:  5 m3 (176 ft3). In excess of this amount, you must hire a private contractor. 
  • Maximum weight per box or container: 25 kg (55 lb).
  • Put out items in a way that does not compromise anyone’s safety. 
  • For safety reasons, remove the doors of washers and dryers. 
  • For safety reasons, remove all nails, screws and other sharp metal parts.  
  • For safety reasons, avoid using cardboard boxes when it’s raining (the cardboard gets soggy and falls apart, causing the contents to fall out).
  • Avoid taking out bulky objects and garbage when a snow removal operation is planned, as they can impede operations.
  • Attach planks of wood in bundles that are no longer than 1 m (3.3 ft) long and with a diameter no greater than 50 cm (20 in). The weight of the bundle must not exceed 25 kg.

Acceptable materials

Non-upholstered furniture and bulky items

  • Broken small appliances: kettle, toaster, food processor, microwave oven
  • Large appliances with doors removed: kitchen stoves, washing machines, clothes dryers
  • Hot water tanks
  • Non-upholstered furniture made of wood, metal or plastic: cabinets, bookcases, desks, chairs without fabric, filing cabinets, dressers, tables, patio furniture
  • Plumbing fixtures without screws or nails: bathtubs, sinks, toilets
  • Large cardboard boxes that cannot be collected with the recyclable materials
  • Rigid plastic objects: toys, slides, sandbox, equipment, patio furniture
  • Large mirrors: standing mirror, large wall mirror

Small broken mirrors and drinking glasses must be disposed of in the garbage in safe disposable containers (cardboard or plastic boxes in good condition).

CRD debris

Small quantities only (25 kg maximum per container). Bring large quantities to the ecocentre.

  • Aggregates: brick, mortar, asphalt and concrete
  • Asphalt shingles and bituminous concrete
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Electric wiring
  • Exterior cladding materials
  • Earthwork materials
  • Ferrous (steel and cast iron) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, zinc, etc.) metals, nails and screws
  • Flat glass: door and window panes
  • Gypsum board
  • Lumber
  • Melamine
  • Textiles: canvas, tarpaulins, geotextiles

Unacceptable materials

Bring the following items to an ecocentre

  • Acoustic tiles
  • Clothing in good condition. You can also drop it off in the bells and donation containers.
  • Christmas trees
  • Electronic products: TVs, tablets, cell phones, computers, DVD players, stereos, printers
  • Floor covering : carpet, linoleum
  • Green waste: branches, trunks, dead leaves, grass clippings
  • Household hazardous waste: batteries, car batteries, paint cans, used oil, aerosols, propane tanks
  • Mineral wool
  • Refrigerating appliances: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, cellars.
  • Sawdust
  • Soil and rock
  • Tires (car or bicycle). You can also return them to retailers, garages and dealerships.
  • Furniture upholstered or covered with cloth, leather or any other fabric: mattresses, box springs, sofas, chairs, armchairs, cushions

The following items must be treated by a specialized company

  • Asbestos: Contact an engineered landfill site  (LET)
  • Compressed gas cylinders other than propane
  • Contaminated soil

Acceptable containers

  • Cardboard boxes up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) and up to 25 kg (55 lb.) when filled
  • Garbage cans with lids and handles, up to 150 litres and up to 25 kg (55 lbs) when filled

Construction waste can also be tied in bundles up to 50 cm in diameter, 1 m long and weighing up to 25 kg (55 lbs).

Legislation