Halocarbons gases contained in refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, etc., are a real threat to the ozone layer and climate changes.It was decided that the Town of Baie-D’Urfé would offer residents a collection by appointment in order to dispose of them ecologically.
Contact the Public Work department at 514 457-2877 at least 24 hours in advance and be sure to place them at the curbside the day of the collection.
We also encourage citizens to bring them to the Public Works building during business hours.
Please place your branches by the roadside before 7 a.m., the largest extremity facing the street. Maximum diameter 10 cm. 3 m Long x 3 m Deep x 1.5 m High. They will be picked-up during the week.
To avoid damaging the chipper, the Town will not accept:
Please note that residents who place branches by the road outside of this timeframe will be fined. The Town does not provide a pick-up service outside the designated branch collection period.
The bulky items collection takes place the Second Monday of the month from April 1st to November 30th. The October pick-up will take place exceptionally Tuesday October 10th due to Thanksgiving on Monday, October 9th.
Items should be placed by the roadside between 8 p.m. the night before and 7 a.m. the day of the collection. Each household can put out a MAXIMUM of TEN ITEMS, weighing no more than 100 kg (220 lbs.) each, and measuring no more than 1.8 m x 1.2 m (6 ft x 4 ft).
Please leave your Christmas trees, decoration‐free, by the roadside for pick-up on January 9, 2017 before 7 a.m. or before 8 p.m. the night before.The trees will be collected and chipped to be used in our parks. For more information, please contact the Public Works department at 514 457‑2877.
A service exclusively for Montreal residents
Residents and property owners have access to 7 ecocentres in the Montreal urban agglomeration.
Access is free with a proof of residence and an ID. Ecocentres are open five or seven days a week, depending on the season.
Ecocentres help to reduce the volume of waste sent to landfills as well as greenhouse gas emissions.
Ecocentres accept items that are a health hazard or harmful to the environment, construction waste, metal, electronic devices, clothing and reusable items.
For more information on ecocentres, items that are accepted, addresses, schedules, size of vehicles and maximum weight, and applicable rates (if any), please call 514 872-0384 or visit: ville.montreal.qc.ca/ecocentres
(For english version of the ecocentre brochure, click on access and rates above).
From now on, all Electronic wastes can be dropped off at the Public Works building during working hours from Monday to Friday.
You can also dispose of your Electronic wastes during BULKY ITEM COLLECTION, the Second Monday of the month from April 10 to November 13, 2017, as indicated on your Collection Calendar. For a complete listing of acceptable articles, visit
Garbage must be put out in front of your home, on the edge of the sidewalk by the curb between 8 p.m. Tuesday and 7 a.m. Wednesday.
We remind you that the garbage bins should be positioned so that the wheels and handle face the street.
Only items refused by the Bulky Items Collection will be picked-up with the Garbage Collection
* Items containing refrigerant gas will not be collected by the Town.
Please contact your nearest Ecocentre for more information.
3535, rue Sartelon (accessible by Henri-Bourassa Blvd. Westbound)
Saint-Laurent H4R 1E6
Winter Schedule: From October 15 to April 14
Tuesday to Saturday - from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Two dates are designated by the City of Montreal each year. One in the SPRING and one in the FALL.
Please consult the attached flyer from the Ville de Montréal for more details. (french version only)
Household Hazardous Waste can be dropped off at the Public Works building (300 Surrey) on the designated days between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
During the rest of the year, please dispose your items at a Montreal borough écocentre.
Your wheeled bin must be placed for pick-up at the curbside with wheels facing your residence before 7 a.m. on Tuesday. It is important to keep a clear space of at least 60 cm (2 feet) between the blue recycling bin and the brown organic bin when you place your 2 bins by the road.
• a paper bag
• an empty garbage (maximum 25 kg - 55 pounds)
• a cardboard box
Refer to your Organic Waste Collection Guide for details concerning Accepted and Prohibited Waste.
Recycling containers must be left out before 7 a.m. on Tuesday.
Recycling bins should be positioned so that the wheels and handle are facing your property and the recycling logo faces the street. The Town provides each household with a free recycling bin. The bins remain the property of the Town and must stay with the house in the event that a resident moves.
It is important to keep a clear space of at least 60 cm (2 feet) between the blue recycling bin and the brown organic bin when you place your 2 bins by the road.
For complete details pertaining to household collections, please click on Your Recycling Collection User Guide for the Town of Baie-D'Urfé.
To report a damaged bin, please contact Public Works at 514 457‑2877.
Please contact the Public Works department at least 3 days before the desired
pick-up date at 514 457-2877 to schedule a pick-up.
Please note that the following objects will not be picked-up by the Town:
A minimum $70 fee is applicable.