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De la Mine
De la Montagne
De la Paix
Abri du Bois
Côte d'un mille
De la Vallée
Du Roc Est
Du Roc Ouest
(de Hull à Kirk's Ferry)
Terrasse du Domaine
Cercle des Érables
Church (après voie ferrée)
De la Carrière
De la Rivière
Du Pont Ouest
Ferguson (partie privé)
(de Kirk's Ferry à Farm
De la Colline
De la Source
Montée des Cerisiers
Conscious of the importance of an appropriate management of household hazardous waste in our community, the municipality negotiated an agreement with the MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais.
Address : 28, chemin de la Pêche, Val-des-Monts.
Hours of operations
|Tuesday||9:30 a.m.||6 p.m.|
|Thursday||9:30 a.m.||6 p.m.|
|Friday||9:30 a.m.||3 p.m.|
|1st Saturday of each month||9:30 a.m.||3 p.m.|
Accepted Hazardous Products
|Kitchen||Basement and Closets|
|Furniture Wax||Paint Stripper|
|Oven Cleaners||Paints, stains, varnishes, wood preservatives and solvents|
|Fondue Fuel||Alkaline and rechargeable batteries|
|fluorescent and compact fluorescent lamps*|
|Bathroom||Garage or Storage Area|
|Rubbing Alcohol||Hydrochloric Acid|
|Nail Polish Remover||Anti-freeze|
|Hairspray||Swimming Pool Products|
|Toilet Cleaners||Propane Tanks|
|Nail Polish||Chemical Fertilizer|
|Salle de lavage||Pesticides|
|Adoucissants||Used Oil and their containers|
|Eau de javel|
For more information, please visit MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais website.
* You may find another deposition point by visiting http://www.recycfluo.ca
Rona l'Entrepôt :
777, boulevard de la cité blvd, Gatineau
165, boulevard du Plateau blvd, Gatineau
|Motor oil||Canadian Tire (max 25 litres)
For appliances and miscellaneous metal items, please place them beside your regular waste, on the day of household waste and they will be picked up the same day or a few days later with a different truck.
Before you call…have you thought of donating these items to charity?
Please note that we WILL NOT ACCEPT construction materials (gravel, earth, stone, concrete, asphalt shingles, etc.) or tree branches.
Recyclable Materials - List of accepted materials
List of recyclable:
Paper and cardboard
Newspapers, flyers, magazines
Sheets, envelopes and paper bags
Books, telephone directories
Milk and juice cartons
Aseptic containers (Tetra Pak typetm)
All containers, bottles, and plastic bags labeled with the following symbols:
Caps and lids
Bags and packaging films*
*Due of the difficulty of markets for recycling of these materials in particular, Tricentris encourage you to reduce your consumption and promote reuse before putting them in the bin.
Paper and aluminium containers
Bottles and aluminium cans
Caps and lids
Bottles and food containers, regardless of color
Slightly rinse all containers
Only include papers and paperboard that are non-contaminated or non-waxed
To facilitate sorting, place shredded paper in a clear plastic bag. Do the same for bags and packaging film (bag bags). For all other material, leave them pell-mell into the recycling bin
Group metal hangers in packages
Dispose of all items identified by the No. 6 and all those who do not have the recycling symbol
See the list of other recyclable materials and the places where you can dispose of them, at your expense.Instructions :
- Do not leave papers in a plastic bag (eg, Publisac)
- Do not tie the papers
- Fold boxes
- Empty boxes of their packaging
- Rinse all containers
- Do not put containers in a plastic bag
- Discard items that have no recycling symbol
- Discard straws and caps
- It is not necessary to remove labels, but they will be recycled if they are detached from the cans
Tires (if tires come with rims, there will be a cost of 2$/each),
used oil, car batteries,car metal:
Pièce d'auto Gatineau
Hours of operation
|Biomedical waste:||Local pharmacies accept syringes and drugs|
|Dead leaves and
|Leave your grass clippings on your lawn. Dead leaves and grass clippings could be placed in your wooded area or in your compost bin.|
|Used clothing:||Mental impairment: boxes located at Couche Tard, 35 du Barry Rd, Gatineau; Boulevard Fournier at Bériault, Hull; Garage MacEwen, corner of Vanier and McConnell Roads, Aylmer.|
|Ink cartridges (printers):||Bureau en gros|
Electronic devices :
Bell Mobility outlets throughout the region and at Town Hall
3R Québec Inc.
Pressure treated wood,
Dry material depot, windows and doors. Price will vary depending on quantity.
Entreprise Myral, 815, rue Vernon, Gatineau (Aylmer sector) 819-772-0120 (price will vary depending on quantity). Open Monday to Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 11:50 a.m. and from 1:00 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Cedar branches and clippings:
Cèdres recyclés ressources integration
Town Hall (reception area)
We accept rechargeable batteries that wiegh 5 pounds or less and cellular phones.
|Non-rechargeable batteries||Chelsea librairies (Old Chelsea and Hollow Glen). From May 1 to Septembre 30.|
Recyclable Materials - Policy on Bins
- 1 bin: Dwelling with 1 or 2 apartments;
- 2 bins: Dwelling with 3 or 4 apartments;
- 3 bins: Dwelling with 5 or more apartments.
- Alternating with garbage (once every 2 weeks);
- No later than 7 a.m. on collection day itself as established by the Municipalities, and removed no later than 6 p.m. on the same day. If the bin is brought out too late, the homeowner will have to wait for the next pick-up.
3. Business, industry and institutions
Here are the 2016 dates (119 chemin Scott):
May 27 2017, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
October 14 2017, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Recyclable Materials - Christmas Tree Disposal
The residents of Chelsea are encouraged to compost their organic waste at home.
Would you like to start composting at home?
Are you looking to improve your current composting practices?
Here are a few resources available online to help you.
At Home with Compost, Compost Council of Canada.
25 Questions and Answers about Composting, Compost Council of Canada.
More resources (in French only)
To get started:
Le compostage domestique, Recyc-Québec
A great overview :
Le compostage : simple et naturel, Équiterre
A really complete guide :
Le compostage facilité, Nova Envirocom
You may also consult this presentation: presentation on composting