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VERTCITÉ | ÉCO-QUARTIER SAINT-LAURENT

685 boulevard Décarie, #100
Montréal (Québec) H4L 5G4

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Tuesday  12pm – 6pm
Wednesday  12pm – 6pm
Thursday  12pm – 7pm
Friday  12pm – 7pm
Saturday  12pm – 4pm

VERTCITÉ | ÉCO-QUARTIER PIERREFONDS-ROXBORO

13 rue du Centre Commercial
Montréal (Québec) H8Y 2N9

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Wednesday  1pm – 8pm
Thursday  1pm – 6pm
Friday  9am – 3pm
Saturday  9am – 3pm

ANY QUESTIONS? CONSULT OUR FAQ!

What is the difference between éco-quartiers and ecocentres?

Eco-quartiers and ecocentres are often confused. Eco-quartiers are programs that inform and educate the public about environmental issues. There are many eco-quartiers in Montreal (see the list of eco-quartiers).

Ecocentres are places dedicated to recycling and reuse. Among other things, they collect household hazardous waste (batteries, paints, electronic devices, chemical products, aerosols, etc.), and many other items that are not accepted in household waste collections. There are 7 ecocentres in Montreal and access to them is free for city residents (see the list of ecocentres).

Where can I recycle my electronics?

Electronic devices can be recycled at many collection points. Since the implementation of eco-fees in 2013, electronics retailers (Staples, Best Buy, etc.) are required to collect end-of-life electronics. You can find the list of collection points here.

Montreal’s ecocentres also collect electronic materials from Montrealers.

How do I get a recycling or composting bin?

Bins are distributed by the borough. To obtain a new bin or to replace an old one, please contact the borough’s citizen’s office by dialing 311. You can choose between 120 L, 240 L and 360 L bins.

What are the collections in Saint-Laurent?

In Saint-Laurent, the collections are as follows:

– garbage collection
– Collection of recyclable materials
– green waste and leaf litter collection
– bulky waste collection
– Special collection of tree branches
– Special collection of Christmas trees
– the collection of organic materials.

Click here for more information on the collections.

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