Services - Environment

Garbage, recycling, large waste items, branches, Ecocentre and hazardous household waste

Learn the waste collection schedule in your area

You will find in each of the following tabs a few tips to efficiently get rid of your waste of all types.

The collection days for each neighbourhood can be found below in the document “2018 municipal calendar”.

Household waste

Garbage must be disposed of in the black rolling bin with the Municipality logo. No garbage bags can be placed beside the bin.

Each bin has a number and is registered to the related property. Taking a bin that does not belong to you, breaking it, modifying it or deliberately damaging it constitutes an offence that can be subject to a fine.

The garbage bins can be left at the collection point after 7 pm, the night before, and before 7 am on collection day.

Before leaving your garbage bin near the road, make sure that it does not contain non-admissible items.

Here is a list of non-admissible items:

  • Any recyclable item;
  • Tires, junk automobile parts;
  • Animal cadavers;
  • Manure and mud of any kind;
  • Grout, cement, bricks, rocks;
  • Hazardous material (paint, aerosols, detergent, batteries, etc.);
  • Construction material;
  • Contaminated soils;
  • Household appliances;
  • Branches, algae, leaves and grass;
  • Ashes.

Recycling

Recyclable items must be disposed of in the blue rolling bin with the Municipality logo. Any additional material placed next to the bin is accepted.

Each bin has a number and is registered to the related property. Taking a bin that does not belong to you, breaking it, modifying it or deliberately damaging it constitutes an offence that can be subject to a fine.

Each item must be placed loosely in the bin, so they must not be tied or wrapped, except for plastic bags, which must all be placed in one bag before being put in the bin.

It is important that each item placed in the bin be clean and dry.

Visit the Recyc-Québec website for more information of recycling techniques.

“A good recycling method can lead us towards a healthy environment for generations to come. Think about it, because recycling does work!”

Where to dispose of the following items

Construction material

Dry material disposal site

5001, route 132
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1M0

(Fees may apply)

Schedule: Open on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month, from May 19 to October 2, 2018.

Cement and concrete

Ali Excavation

760, boulevard des Érables
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield (QC) J6T 6G4

(Fees may apply)

Tires

Cars

Garage Gérald Lapierre Inc.

3856, route 132
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1M0

Phone: 450 264-5579

(Fees may apply)

Trucks

J.R. Caza et Frère Inc.

3755, route 132
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1M0

Phone: 450 264-2300

(Fees may apply)

Tractors

Pneus Pigeon Inc.

104, route 338
Coteau-du-Lac (QC) J0P 1B0

Phone: 450 267-3331

(Fees may apply)

Branches, grass, leaves and algae

Municipal lot

4000, chemin Neuf
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1L0

Phone: 450 264-2555

Schedule: From May 4 to October 29, 2018. From Friday at noon to Monday at noon.

If the Friday falls on a statutory holiday, the site will open at noon on Thursday. If the statutory holiday falls on a Monday, the site will close at noon on Tuesday.

Additional waste

Centre de tri Transit 2

978, boulevard Gérard-Cadieux
Salaberry-de-Valleyfield (QC) J6T 6L6

Phone: 450 377-4230

(Fees may apply)

You can also count on special collection days planned by the Municipality to get rid of certain items. Read the Saint-Anicet Écho and your municipal calendar to know these collection dates.

Large furniture and waste

The collection happens twice a year, the same day as the regular waste collection. In 2018, it falls on the week of May 28 and the week of October 15.

Hazardous household waste

The Haut-Saint-Laurent MRC plans an annual hazardous household waste collection day in its different municipalities. You can call 450 264-5411 to know the date and place of the collection of this year.

This information can also be found in the Saint-Anicet Écho and your municipal calendar.

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