Hazardous household waste (HHW)
The hazardous household waste collection scheduled for May 9 and 10 is postponed to Saturday, June 27.
This waste will be collected in the parking lot behind City Hall at 451 Saint-Jean Boulevard.
- Adhesives, tar, epoxy, paint remover
- Chemical products for pools
- Cleaning and maintenance products
- Engine oil, empty containers, filters
- Intact fluorescent tubes and compact fluorescent lightbulbs
- Lead-acid car batteries
- Mercury (thermometers)
- Paint (latex, alkyd, enamel)
- Pesticides and fertilizer
- Propane bottles
- Turpentine, Varsol, gas, fuel, thinner, alcohol
- Vegetable oils
- Saint-Laurent Ecocentre: www.ville.montreal.qc.ca/ecocentres
- Éco-Peinture: www.ecopeinture.ca
- RecycFluo: www.recycfluo.ca/en
Collection is a service provided to Montreal island residents. Industries, stores or institutions must contract with private companies specializing in recovery of hazardous waste. See recyc-quebec.gouv.qc.ca for a list of these companies.