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Burlington

Burlington Waste Management Info

Items Acceptable For Curbside Pickup 

 

The city of Burlington is located in the region of Halton.  The following are considered acceptable bulk waste materials that can be disposed of at your curbside in Burlington and throughout the region of Halton;

    • Windows and mirrors (to avoid glass shattering, place tape across in an “X” pattern)
    • Wood (fencing, picnic tables, shelving, skids, doors, etc.), dismantled, bundled and tied no larger than 1.7 m x 1 m (5 ft x 3 ft) (one bundle equals one bulk item) – no nails
    • Furniture (couches, chairs, tables, mattresses, etc.)
    • Flooring (carpets, under padding and linoleum), bundled and tied in maximum 1.7 m x 1 m (5 ft x 3 ft) lengths (one bundle equals one bulk item)
    • Toilets

Materials That Are Unacceptable

    • Propane Tanks
    • Automobile Parts and Tires
    • Building and Demolition Debris
    • Mixed Waste Piles
    • Hazardous Waste
    • Metal and Appliances
    • Electronics
    • Tree Branches and Stumps
    • Water Coolers With Refrigeration

The city of Burlington is a leader when it comes to recycling and waste management initiatives. If you are interested in finding out more about Burlington recycling programs, initiatives and plans you can find out more here.

New to Burlington

Here are some things that may be important to you if you are new to Burlington.

 

In Burlington there is garbage pickup every 2nd week and recycling pickup each and every week.  There is a limit for garbage of standard garbage bags you can put out for pickup for free and that is 3 bags.  If you have more than 3 bags you need to purchase tags to put on them at a cost of $2 per bag.  You can purchase tags for extra garbage bags at various locations in Burlington, check this link for details.

 

For more local information about reduce, reuse, recycle programs in Halton to help you manage your household and special event waste you can contact the Region of Halton at www.halton.ca/cms.

The above information provided is 100% accurate to the best of our knowledge, but we are not responsible for any consequences resulting from any discrepancies or errors.  You can always check with the City of Burlington for any questions, here is a link to their website.

Oakville

Oakville Waste Management Info

Items Acceptable For Curbside Pickup

The following are considered acceptable bulk waste materials that can be disposed of curbside in Oakville;

    • Furniture (couches, chairs, tables, mattresses, etc.)
    • Flooring (carpets, under padding and linoleum), bundled and tied in maximum 1.7 m x 1 m (5 ft x 3 ft) lengths (one bundle equals one bulk item)
    • Toilets
    • Windows and mirrors (to avoid glass shattering, place tape across in an “X” pattern)
    • Wood (fencing, picnic tables, shelving, skids, doors, etc.), dismantled, bundled and tied no larger than 1.7 m x 1 m (5 ft x 3 ft) (one bundle equals one bulk item) – no nails

Unacceptable Materials

    • Hazardous Waste
    • Metal and Appliances
    • Propane Tanks
    • Electronics
    • Automobile Parts and Tires
    • Building and Demolition Debris
    • Mixed Waste Piles
    • Tree Branches and Stumps
    • Water Coolers With Refrigeration

Oakville is at the forefront in terms of recycling and waste management initiatives. You can get full up to date details about many topics relating to this at the region’s website here.

New to Oakville

If you are new to Oakville here are some things you might want to know.

Oakville has recycling pickup every week and garbage pickup every 2nd week.  The limit for garbage pickup is 3 bags.  For each bag beyond the 3 bag limit you must pay $2 per bag and attach a special tag to signify that you’ve done so.  You can get tags at various locations in Oakville, check this link for details.

You can also contact the Region of Halton using the link above and they can provide you with details about reduce, reuse, recycle programs to help you manage your household and special event waste.

The above information provided is 100% accurate to the best of our knowledge, but we are not responsible for any consequences resulting from any discrepancies or errors.  You can always check with the Town of Oakville for any questions, here is a link to their website.

MIlton

Milton Waste Management Info

Items Acceptable For Curbside Pickup

The town of Milton is located in the region of Halton.  Here is a list that the region of Halton considers to be acceptable bulk waste materials, these are items that can be disposed of at your curbside in Milton;

    • Wood (fencing, picnic tables, shelving, skids, doors, etc.), dismantled, bundled and tied no larger than 1.7 m x 1 m (5 ft x 3 ft) (one bundle equals one bulk item) – no nails
    • Windows and mirrors (to avoid glass shattering, place tape across in an “X” pattern)
    • Furniture (couches, chairs, tables, mattresses, etc.)
    • Toilets
    • Flooring (carpets, under padding and linoleum), bundled and tied in maximum 1.7 m x 1 m (5 ft x 3 ft) lengths (one bundle equals one bulk item)

Unacceptable Materials For Curbside Pickup

    • Metal and Appliances
    • Electronics
    • Hazardous Waste
    • Propane Tanks
    • Automobile Parts and Tires
    • Building and Demolition Debris
    • Mixed Waste Piles
    • Tree Branches and Stumps
    • Water Coolers With Refrigeration

The town of Milton is a fast growing and upcoming region, to learn more about Milton, it’s regulations and by-laws and plans for future development you can visit their website here.

New to MIlton

The town of Milton is part of the region of Halton.

In Milton garbage pickup is done every 2nd week while blue and green bin recycling pickup is done each every single week.  The maximum number of garbage bags you can put out for pickup is 3, if you have more you are required to purchase tags at a cost of $2 each that must go on all additional bags.  To purchase garbage bag tags you can go to various locations in Milton, you can check this link for more details.

For more local information about reduce, reuse, recycle programs in Halton to help you manage your household and special event waste you can contact the Region of Halton at www.halton.ca/cms.

The above information provided is 100% accurate to the best of our knowledge, but we are not responsible for any consequences resulting from any discrepancies or errors.  You can always check with the town of Milton for any questions, here is a link to their website.

Mississauga

Mississauga Waste Management Info

Garbage

You can put your garbage in an individual bag and place it at the curb, or you can put your garbage in cans or containers. Both are acceptable for curbside garbage collection in your area.

You can put out a total of 4 garbage bags or 4 full containers on your garbage collection day (every other week).

If your garbage exceeds this amount every two weeks, you will need to buy garbage tags.

Plastic Garbage Bags

Plastic garbage bags must be strong enough to securely hold their contents.

Each bag must be:

    • No larger than 66 cm (26 in) wide and 90 cm (35 in) high.
    • No smaller than 30 cm (12 in) wide and 30 cm (12 in) high.
    • No more than 20 kg (44 lbs).
    • Closed or tied at the top.

Garbage Cans or Containers

Garbage cans or containers used for excess garbage must be rigid with removable lids and rigid handles that are attached or moulded to the container.

Each can or container must be:

    • No larger than 95 cm (38 in) high and 60 cm (24 in) wide.
    • No larger than 125 L (27.5 imperial gallons).
    • No more than 20 kg (44 lbs).

Recycling

Your recycling must be placed in a clear or blue transparent bag to be collected.

    • Do not place your recyclables in plastic garbage bags or shopping bags.
    • On your recycling collection week you can put out unlimited bags of recycling as long as it is in transparent or clear blue bags.

Some additional tips:

    • Cardboard boxes must be flattened before being placed in a recycling bag.
    • Put plastic grocery bags, plastic newspaper bags, plastic wrapping and thin plastics into one tied plastic bag, then put the tied bag in a recycling bag.
    • Separate rolled newspapers from plastic bags and elastics. Flatten the newspaper and put it in a recycling bag and reuse the elastic or put it in the garbage.
    • Separate cardboard beverage cases from plastic wrapping. Put both items in a recycling bag.
    • Create more space in your recycling bags by:
      • Flattening plastic bottles and beverage cartons.
      • Folding aluminum trays.
      • Flattening small cardboard boxes
New to Mississauga

If you are new to the city of Mississauga it may be helpful to inform you about a few basic things regarding waste handling.  The city of Mississauga is in the region of Peel, and it’s the region of Peel that manages your curbside waste pickup.  There is garbage pickup and blue bin pickup on alternating weeks in the region and green bin recycling pickup each and every week.  You can also view schedules for yard waste and other waste management information on the region of Peel website here.

The above information provided is 100% accurate to the best of our knowledge, but we are not responsible for any consequences resulting from any discrepancies or errors.  You can always check with the City of Mississauga for any questions, here is a link to their website.

Etobicoke

Etobicoke Waste Management Info

As per the city of Toronto website, the following are considered acceptable items to go in your normal curbside garbage pickup.

    • Liner bags (cereal, cookies, crackers)
    • Black plastic food containers, cutlery, lids
    • Hot drink cups (recycle non-black lids and sleeves)
    • Cold drink cups, straws (recycle lids)
    • Plastic bubble wrap
    • Laminated plastic film (stand-up pouches, snack food bags)
    • Dryer and disposable mop sheets, baby wipes, make-up pads, cotton tipped swabs, dental floss
    • Plastic or foil wrappers, aluminum foil
    • Drink pouches, straws
    • Popsicle sticks, toothpicks, wood chips, pencil shavings
    • Hair, pet hair, feathers, nail clippings, dryer lint Candles and wax, cigarette butts and ashes
    • Gum packages, blister packs
    • Light bulbs (not CFLs), dishes, drinking glasses
    • Metallic gift wrap and bows
    • Ribbons
    • Wooden fruit crates
    • Broken mugs, dishes

In Etobicoke there are strict rules on Items that WILL NOT be collected with your garbage or Blue Bin recycling.  Typically these are corrosive, flammable, explosive or poisonous items that are considered Household Hazardous Waste.  The list below are items that are included in this category;

    • Paint, primers, stain, turpentine, glue
    • Household cleaning products, drain cleaners, bleach
    • Motor oil, gasoline, windshield fluid
    • Propane and helium tanks/cylinders
    • Air fresheners, swimming pool chemicals
    • Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs), batteries
    • Syringes, medical sharps, medication
    • Aerosol cans
    • Lighter fluid
    • Pesticides and garden products
    • Cooking oil

The district of Etobicoke and the city of Toronto have a Long Term Waste Management Strategy with a goal of diverting 70 per cent of the waste generated in Toronto away from landfill by 2026.  You can read more about that strategy here.

New to Etobicoke

If you are new to Etobicoke it may help you to know a few basic things regarding waste handling in the city of Toronto which Etobicoke is a part of.  In Etobicoke there is garbage pickup and blue bin pickup on alternating weeks.  Green bin recycling pickup happens each and every week.  There are a number of different options for garbage pickup available throughout Toronto including Etobicoke, you can see the different options and associated fees by click here.

The above information provided is 100% accurate to the best of our knowledge, but we are not responsible for any consequences resulting from any discrepancies or errors.  You can always check with the City of Toronto for any questions, here is a link to their website.