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NEW in 2021!!
Effective April 5, 2021 Household Recycling Collection will occur Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. 

Please ensure that you have your recycling cart spaced properly at the curb by 7:00am.

All items can be placed loose in the cart, no need to sort or tie the items. 
How to place your blue cart for collection:
  • Place the cart with the back wheels against the curb or edge of the road
  • Point the cart with lid opening towards the center of the road or lane.
  • Space the cart one arm's length clearance (one meter or 39 inches) on all sides of the cart.  This is to allow enough room for the collection truck to grab your cart.
  • Look up—avoid placing your cart under hydro or telephone wires, basketball hoops, awnings and tree limbs

*Containers bearing a HAZARDOUS MATERIAL LOGO are NOT acceptable.*
Blue boxes/clear bags that contain Non-Acceptable items will NOT be collected.
*If you have any items that fit into one of the below categories and you are looking to dispose of it in an environmentally friendly manner, click here to search for the appropriate recycling depot.
  • Cell Phones
  • Single Use & Rechargeable Batteries
  • Paint
  • Household Fluorescent Lights/Lamps
  • Tires
  • Mercury Containing Thermostats
  • Electronics
  • Household Packaging & Printed Paper
  • Plastic Bags
  • Lead-Acid Batteries
  • Oil & Antifreeze
  • Pesticide Containers
  • Pharmaceuticals 
Recycle My Cell is a national industry initiative led by the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) along with its members (wireless manufacturers and service providers) to raise awareness about mobile device recycling.
Whether you are upgrading your phone or cleaning out your junk drawer, a small effort on your part makes a big difference. Keeping your cell phone out of the local landfill helps the environment and is a good call for everyone!

Click HERE for additional information regarding the Recycle My Cell program!