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Spring Garbage Collection

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Spring Clean-Up 2020

The spring waste collection will take place as scheduled from May 4 to May 8, 2020.

Please deposit all items at ground level at roadside by 7:00 a.m. on May 4, 2020. The maximum quantity of waste must not exceed the size of a pickup truck box (2,4m x 1,8m x 1,5 m) (8' x 6' x 5') and the weight of 150 lbs. Items that do not comply with the following mentions will be left on site.


The following items will be picked up 

Furniture, refrigerators, stoves, dishwashers, washing machines, dryers, air conditioners, furnaces, bedsprings, mattresses, barrels, water tanks, etc.

**Please note that metal items will be left on site and will be picked up the following week (May 11-15).


The following items will not be picked up

Construction materials, animal carcasses, dirt, concrete, stones, hazardous products (e.g. paint, oil), industrial waste, liquid waste, vehicle parts or bodies, tires, organic yard waste (grass, leaves, branches, trunks, stumps).

INFORMATION for items that contain cooling fluid:

Refrigerators and/or freezers must have their doors removed before disposal. Items that contain cooling fluid (e.g. freezers, refrigerators, air conditioners, heat pumps) must be emptied by a qualified technician who must affix a notice on the appliance. This notice must indicate the date, the name of the technician, his certificate number, and a declaration that the equipment does not contain any refrigerant.

Available Qualified Appliance Technician in the Township:

Mr. Lucien St-Jean 613.227.5473 between 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

If travelling is needed, a fee of $50 for travelling expenses will be applied. Contact Mr. St-Jean for more details on his fees.

 


Separate your recyclable items from your garbage, by placing them in your blue box.