7272 rue Saint-Patrick
(between Senkus and Léger. Take avenue Saint-Pierre to LaSalle)
Information: 514 872-0384 or 311
Free for residents of Greater Montréal (proof of residence and photo ID required)
Maximum 12 m3 per address, per year
Mid-October – mid-April: Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Mid-April – mid-October: every day, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
See also: Leaflet on ecocentres
Collection of electronic products
Two collections per year are planned at the Centre technique de Lachine, 2200 rue Saint-Antoine.
In 2017, they will take place on May 20 & 21 as well as on October 7 & 8.
Reduce the use of Hazardous Household Waste (HHW)
Look out for replacement products with less risk or without any at all. And limit quantities.
Store more safely
- Leak-proof containers, beyond the reach of children and domestic animals
- In a fresh, dry, well-ventilated place, far away from heat sources
- Propane tanks outside, summer and winter
Transport more safely
- Transport products in a box, in the rear truck of the vehicle.
- Propane tank: attached in a vertical position in the cab of the vehicle. Check the valve and the safety cap.
- Always have at least one window open.
Other collection points near you
- Rechargeable batteries, cellphones
Fire station, 3175 rue Remembrance, La Source, Proxim Consult: www.cellarecycler.org
- Non-rechargeable batteries
Best Buy and Ikea®
- Automotive batteries
Garages, Canadian Tire
- Oil / Filters / Empty containers
Garages, Mr. Muffler, Canadian Tire
- Electronic equipment
Bureau en gros, Best Buy
- Computer equipment
Bureau en gros
At most pharmacies
- Fluocompact light bulbs
Ikea, Home Depot
- BBQ propane tanks
Points of purchase and refill (for example, Canadian Tire)