Household hazardous waste

Household hazardous waste (HHW) refers to products that can't be discarded along with regular domestic waste or recyclables.

At any time, you can bring your household hazardous waste to the écocentre Grande Allée and at the écocentre Saint-Bruno. Old medication can be returned to your pharmacy.

Consult the calendar to find out the dates of these collections for this year.

Examples of dangerous household waste that can generally be found in a home and that must not be thrown out with household garbage. These products must be taken to dangerous household waste collections:

Kitchen

Household hazardous waste

corrosif

Corrosive

inflammable

Flammable

toxique

Toxic

explosif

Explosive

Ammonia    
Fire extinguisher      
Furniture wax    
Oven cleaners    
Water drain cleaners      
Metal cleaners    
Scouring powder      

 

Bathroom

Household hazardous waste

corrosif

Corrosive

inflammable

Flammable

toxique

Toxic

explosif

Explosive

Isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol      
Hair colour    
Nail polish remover  
Hair spray    
Medication      
Toilet cleaners    
Nail polish    

 

Laundry room

Household hazardous waste

corrosif

Corrosive

inflammable

Flammable

toxique

Toxic

explosif

Explosive

Fabric softeners      
Polish      
Stain removers/detergents      
Javel water    

 

Basement or closet

Household hazardous waste

corrosif

Corrosive

inflammable

Flammable

toxique

Toxic

explosif

Explosive

Solvent-based glue    
Paint remover    
Munitions    
Alkyd-based paint    
Latex paint      
Wood protectors      
Batteries      
Solvents  
Varnishes  

 

Garage or shed

Household hazardous waste

corrosif

Corrosive

inflammable

Flammable

toxique

Toxic

explosif

Explosive

Hydrochloric acid      
Aerosols    
Antifreeze    
Car batteries  
Propane tanks      
Chemical fertilizers      
Pesticides, herbicides, insecticides    
Used oils      
Chlorine  
Tar      

Here are the drop-off locations where you can bring the following hazardous household waste:

Car batteries

  • Canadian Tire
    2211 boulevard Roland-Therrien
    Longueuil
    450 448-1177

Mercury-containing lights

For a list of collection sites where you could bring your mercury lights, check the RecycFluo website.

Paint

For a list of collection facilities where you could bring your leftover paint, check the Éco-peinture web site.

Tires

Most garages and tire retailers accept old tires.

  • Canadian Tire
    2211 boulevard Roland-Therrien
    Longueuil
    450 448-1177
  • Bélisle pneus et mécanique
    2296 chemin de Chambly
    Longueuil
    450 442-9400
  • Pneus Chartrand
    1076 boulevard Curé-Poirier Ouest
    Longueuil
    450 670-0904

Used motor oil and filter, antifreeze, cooling liquids

For supported products and list of free collection facilities, check the Used Oil Management Association's website.

  • Centre mécanique Sylvain Bélisle
    720 chemin de Chambly
    Longueuil
    450 670-0560
  • Monsieur Muffler
    377 boulevard Curé-Poirier Ouest
    Longueuil
    450 679-1960
  • Monsieur Muffler
    4899 boulevard Taschereau
    Greenfield Park
    450 676-8348
  • Pièces d'auto Ste-Foy
    575 boulevard Sainte-Foy
    Longueuil
    450 677-6355
  • Canadian Tire
    2211 boulevard Roland-Therrien
    Longueuil
    450 448-1177