The yard is located at 50 Terra-Cotta Avenue.
|Compost and wood chips
Visit this page a few days before an Ecocentre day to find out if compost will be available.
Please limit your quantity to 100 L per person so that as many residents as possible can take advantage of it.
Don’t forget to bring a shovel and containers!
Document shredding service is offered at the Ecocentre. All paper with or without staples or binding is accepted for shredding. Clips must be removed from documents; plastic sheets and binders are not accepted. Documents will be shredded on site.
- Appliances containing halocarbons (refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, water coolers and dehumidifiers)
- Computer equipment and electronic appliances
- Construction debris (maximum size 2.4 metres by 1.2 metres)
- Excavation materials (maximum size 2.4 metres by 1.2 metres)
- Ferrous and non-ferrous metals (maximum size 2.4 metres by 1.2 metres)
- Green waste
- Household and bulky items
- Household and electrical appliances
- Motorized equipment (without fuel)
- Sports equipment
- Tires and rims (separated)
- Upholstered items (couches and mattresses)
Ecocentres in the Agglomeration of Montréal
This service is provided free of charge for a yearly maximum of 12 cubic metres of materials. Beyond this maximum, a fee will be charged. Proof of residence with address and photo is required.
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For more information, call 514-872-0384 or go to ville.montreal.qc.ca/places.
|Quantity of materials
A nine-foot van can move the equivalent of 12 cubic metres of materials. If this volume is represented by common objects, this can include a two-seat sofa, a TV cabinet, a television set, a kitchen table and two chairs, a double bed, a medium-sized wardrobe or dresser, a small desk and its chair, a refrigerator, an oven, a microwave and four cardboard boxes.