|Bulky items will not be accepted in the regular waste collection. If you can not wait for the seasonal bulky item collection – once a month from April to October, you can bring these items for free to an eco-centre. The closest locations open year-round are in St-Laurent and Lasalle. They are open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and here are their addresses:
Bulky items are non-upholstered items that are too big to be put in a bag, box or garbage can. These objects are recovered and reclaimed.
Caution! In Sector A, bulky items and mattresses, sofas and armchairs will be picked up on the same day, May 4, July 6 and October 12. Please separate the items for these two collections into two separate piles, which will be recovered by two different trucks.
- Bulky items must be placed at the end of your driveway, after 6 p.m. the day before the collection or before 7 a.m. on the day of the collection itself.
- Items should not weigh more than 100 kg (220 lb) and maximum acceptable size is 1.8 metres (6 feet) by 1.2 metres (4 feet).
- For each household or multi-unit residential property, there is a maximum of 10 items, or the equivalent of 5 cubic metres, per collection.
- Sharp or potentially dangerous items must be made safe.
- Whenever possible, materials should be tied up together.
- Bathtubs, toilets and sinks
- Carpets (rolled)
- Doors and windows
- Electric baseboard heaters, kitchen range hoods, etc.
- Electrical household appliances (except those containing refrigeration gas)
- Furniture (tables, chairs, desks, dressers, bookcases, wardrobes, filing cabinets, etc.)
- Hot water tanks
- Large mirrors and sheets of glass
- Pool covers (rolled)
- Propane barbecues grills (without the propane tank)
- Any other large household object
- Paint, solvents, oils, pesticides, fertilizers, aerosols, batteries, etc.
- Halocarbons (refrigerators, freezers, dehumidifiers, air conditioners, etc.)
- Electronic devices (television sets, cellphones, drives, etc.)
- Upholstered items (mattresses, couches, box springs, sofas, etc.)
- Wood or construction or renovation materials
- Stones, bricks, rocks, earth, etc.
- Tree trunks, branches and logs
- Large cardboard boxes
- Children’s slides longer than 8 feet
- Children’s pools
- Carpets longer than 8 feet
- Wooden pallets
- Hot tubs