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Hazardous Waste Disposal

Hazardous Waste Roundup Event

On October 22, 2022, you can dispose of your hazardous waste, such as paint, cleaners and chemicals for free. Visit the Events page for more details. 

It’s important to responsibly recycle and dispose of hazardous waste and, in some cases, our safety and lives depend on it!

Garbage and recycling collectors and processors have witnessed an increase in the improper disposal of explosive and hazardous materials, both locally and provincially. Hazardous waste such as propane canisters and lithium-ion batteries from cell phones and laptops can explode or ignite during landfilling and recycling processes, which can turn a regular household item into something dangerous or deadly.

Hazardous items can cause serious harm to workers and garbage and recycling facilities. It’s vital that the following items stay out of garbage and recycling containers:

Download the Waste Wise App anytime to know what goes where.