Bulky items

From April to October, bulky items are collected door-to-door on the second Wednesday of the month, between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Ongoing Bulky Items Collection

The bulky items collection that took place yesterday, Wednesday, April 10, will continue tomorrow on certain streets in districts 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. We invite you to leave your items at the curb.

Dates: April 10, May 8, June 12, July 10, August 14, September 11 and October 9.

Bulky goods are non-upholstered items that are too bulky to fit in a bag, box or garbage can, except for mattresses and box springs, which are collected separately. These items are recovered and recycled. Bulky items are not accepted during the household waste collection.

Before disposing of an item that might still be useful, we invite you to post it on an exchange or resale website.

A few instructions to follow 

  • Your bulky items must be placed in your driveway, at the curb, after 6 p.m. the day before or before 7 a.m. the day of collection.
  • The weight of each item must not exceed 220 lb (100 kg), and the maximum dimensions are 1.8 m (6 ft.) by 1.2 m (4 ft.).
  • For each address or apartment building, a maximum of 10 items or the equivalent of 5 m3 is accepted per collection.
  • Sharp or dangerous materials must be secured (for example, remove nails, screws, etc.).
  • Whenever possible, items should be tied in bundles to prevent scattering and facilitate pick-up.

Accepted and refused materials 

Accepted items  Unaccepted materials
  • Baths, toilets and sinks
  • Propane gas barbecues (without tank)
  • Household appliances (except those containing refrigerant gas)
  • Large mirrors and glass
  • Furniture made of wood, metal, plastic or any other material (tables, chairs, desks, chests of drawers, bookcases, cupboards, filing cabinets, etc.)
  • Electric baseboards, range hoods, etc.
  • Doors and windows
  • Hot water tanks
  • Carpets (rolled up)
  • Pool liners (rolled up)
  • Any other large household items
  • Paints, solvents, oils, pesticides, fertilizers, aerosols, batteries, etc.
  • Tires
  • Halocarbons (refrigerators, freezers, dehumidifiers, air conditioners, etc.)
  • Electronics (televisions, cell phones, players, etc.)
  • Upholstered items (mattresses, couches, box springs, sofas, etc.)
  • Wood or construction or renovation materials
  • Stone, bricks, rocks, earth, etc.
  • Tree trunks, branches and logs
  • Large cardboard boxes
  • Children’s slides over 8 feet
  • Children’s swimming pools
  • Carpets over 8 feet
  • Wooden pallets
  • Spa

Other drop-off points 

Outside collection dates, you can bring your bulky items to an ecocentre. Ecocentres in the Greater Montreal area, open year-round, service the City of Pointe-Claire. The nearest ones are located in Saint-Laurent, at 3535 Sartelon Street, and in LaSalle, at 7272 Saint-Patrick Street.

Electronic appliances

Electronic appliances must be brought to an ecocentre or one of the official drop-off points of the Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA). To find the depot nearest you, go to https://recyclemyelectronics.ca/qc/where-can-i-recycle.


514-630-1230, tp@pointe-claire.ca