Take advantage of the scheduled pick-ups for used clothing, recyclable material, hazardous waste and more. Here’s all you need to know!
Pick-up happens once a week, every Wednesday, for residential buildings with fewer than eight units. It happens twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, for commercial buildings and apartment buildings with eight or more units.
Garbage may be put out after 19:00 the evening before and up until 7:30 on the actual collection day.
Bulky waste gets picked up every second week, on two occasions: on Wednesday, for residential buildings with fewer than eight units, and on Friday for those with eight or more units. Check our calendar for the next pickup dates.
Bulky waste may be put out after 19:00 the evening before and up until 7:30 on the actual collection day.
The Town of Mount Royal recovers cooking oil during its household hazardous waste (HHW) collection; it will be filtered, refined, and then used again in various products.
You can also recover the oil in plastic or metal containers and bring it to the Éco-centre at 6925 Côte-des-Neiges Road.
At all times, get rid of: cell phones, computers, gaming devices (Gameboy, PSP, etc.), computer accessories, scanners, fax machines, DVD and VHS players, radios and any other similar items by bringing them to the Éco-centre at 6925 Côte-des-Neiges Road or to the item's point of sale.
Pick-up is once a week, every Wednesday, for everybody.
Blue rollout bins may be put out after 19:00 the evening before and up until 7:00 on the actual collection day.
In need of a blue rollout bin? Contact our Technical coordinator in environmental and sustainable development at 514-734-4123 or send us an e-mail.
In 2013, pick-up will be held at the municipal workshops (180 Clyde Rd.) on the following dates:
If you are taking part in the yard waste collection, just place your yard waste inside the green rollout bin making sure you follow the instructions for this type of collection. It should be noted that the yard waste collection ends around mid-November only to resume by mid-April.
Have a look at our folder regarding yard waste collection [PDF 777kB].
Unsure whether you live along the yard waste collection route or not? Check out the latest map of serviced areas [PDF 301kB].
Get rid of old clothes during our household hazardous waste pick-up sessions or, at all times, at our permanent Salvation Army collection bin in the arena parking lot (1050 Dunkirk Road) behind the fire station.
Locate the arena on our interactive map.
Drop them at:
Locate these buildings by key words on our interactive map.
In collaboration with the MIRA Foundation, three collection points have been set up in municipal buildings: