Residents who wish to dispose of household hazardous waste such as chemicals, paint, solvents, batteries, insecticides, pesticides etc. can do so by bringing them to the collection sites and on the dates mentioned below on the calendar. This service is offered to residents of the agglomeration and is not intended for contractors.
Please note that paint can be brought, year round, to Rona stores and used motor oils to most Canadian Tire stores.
Used tires are not accepted during Household Hazardous Waste collections. However, they can be brought to dealers.
If you want to dispose of your household hazardous waste, bring it to one of the collection sites listed below from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Accepted material: leftover latex or alkyd paint, used motor oil, AAA to D alkaline batteries, used rechargeable batteries: Ni-Cd, Ni-MH, Li-ion or Pb, automotive batteries (acid/lead), household products, cleaning products, drain pipe cleaners, degreasers, turpentine, Varsol, gasoline, fuel, thinner, alcohol, shellac, pesticides, pool chemicals, expired drugs, adhesives epoxy, paint stripper, spray cans, propane tanks or cylinders, fluorescent tubes and compact fluorescent light bulbs.
Civic Centre parking lot, Lake Road entrance
|Location||1st visit||2nd visit|
|Beaconsfield||April 21 and 22||August 25 and 26|
|Dollard-des-Ormeaux||April 28 and 29||September 16|
|Dorval||April 14||September 8|
|Kirkland||April 14||August 18|
|L'Île-Bizard-Sainte-Geneviève||June 16||October 6|
|Pierrefonds-Roxboro||June 9 and 10||September 22 and 23|
|Pointe-Claire||May 12 and 13||September 29 and 30|