Household Hazardous Waste Days
Household Hazardous Waste – Accepted Items
Accepted Items May Include:
– Automotive and Garage Products-antifreeze, transmission fluid, batteries and battery acid, gasoline, diesel fuel, kerosene, motor oil, auto waxes, automotive fluids, oil containers.
– Household Cleaning Products-ammonia based, chlorine bleach, disinfectants, drain cleaning agents (acids and bases), oven cleaners, window cleaners
– Paints and Paint Related Materials-please DO NOT mix latex and oil based paints. Latex paint, oil based paint, furniture and paint stripping agents, driveway sealers and roof patch, brush cleaners, primers, stains, varnishes, wood preservatives, linseed oil, wood stains, varsol and solvents
-Pesticides and Garden Products-flea collars and sprays, mothballs, roach and ant poisons, arsenicals, fungicides, fertilizers, insecticides, herbicides, molluscicides (snails & slug bait), rat and mouse poison
-Miscellaneous Products-aerosols (empty containers as well), thinners and turpentine, dry cell batteries (disposable and rechargeable), propane cylinders, BBQ lighter fluids, fluorescent light tubes and bulbs (unbroken), photographic chemicals, pharmaceuticals (medicines and
expired prescriptions) nail polish & polish remover, thermometers, thermostats and switches, glues and adhesives, pool chemicals and bleach (DO NOT MIX)-please keep chemicals separate
from other chemicals. Sharps-place in a rigid plastic container (needles only). Smoke detectors/co2 detectors.
What is Not Accepted
– Commercial, industrial or institutional wastes, radioactive materials, explosives, fireworks, ammunition, biological wastes, PCB wastes, helium or Freon tanks or unknown waste.
Old electronics and tires will not be accepted at this event
Please leave materials in their original containers and pack items securely in your vehicle to avoid mixing or spillage.
For more information, please call 613 338-2811 ext 200.
Community Reusable Goods Days
Place your re-usable household items at the curb in front of your home by 7:00 a.m. Clearly mark it with a “FREE” sign. Use your discretion when deciding whether or not to put items out to the curb. Give-Away items should still be in good condition for re-use or able to be repaired. Keep items you do not want to give away close to your house, or inside to avoid confusion. Consider donating unclaimed items to charitable organizations instead of taking them to the landfills. All unclaimed items are to be removed from the curbside no later than 7:00 p.m. the following day.