Paper and cardboard:
- Newspapers, flyers, magazines
- Books and telephone directories
- Paper, envelopes, paper bags
- Egg cartons
- Cardboard rolls
- Non-metallic wrapping paper
- Milk and juice boxes
- Cardboard boxes
- Cereal boxes
- Tissue boxes
- All plastic containers identified by codes 1,2,3,4,5 or 7
- Soft drink bottles
- Water bottles
- Flower pots
- Plastic grocery bags (put everything in one bag and tie tightly)
- Product packaging
- Plastic film (rinsed milk bags, frozen vegetable bags, bread bags, sandwich bags, dry-cleaning bags)
- Shampoo bottles
- Food containers (peanut butter, margarine, vinegar, etc.)
- Cleaning product containers
- All glass containers of any color
- Tin cans
- Paper and aluminum containers
- Caps and lids
- Electrical appliances and wiring
- Aerosol cans and containers with a flame pictogram
- Chlorine and chlorine containers
- Plastic toys and decorations
- Paint, hairspray, whipped cream, sunscreen, etc.
- Category 6 plastic
- Thin, smooth plastic (yogurt containers, croissant containers, most individual coffee capsules, etc.)
- Styrofoam (insulated coffee cups, food trays, take-out containers, etc.)
- Hazardous household products
- Fluorescent tubes (neon) and light bulbs
Recyclable materials are collected weekly on Wednesdays throughout the year.
For the complete collection schedule, consult the calendar.
The collection takes place once weekly on MONDAYS throughout the year.
The Terra residential project (Frédéric-Back Street) is equipped with semi-buried containers (Moloks) for the collection of residues. For this reason, the collection schedule for this project differs from the collection schedule for the other sectors of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.
Note: It is important to fold the boxes that you put in the recycling container to avoid blocking the space unnecessarily, which may not leave enough room in the container for other residents who wish to dispose of their recyclable materials.
The blue bin must be placed at the curb after 7 p.m.* the day before collection and before 7 a.m. on collection day, with the wheels facing your residence. Make sure your blue bin is visible and placed 30 cm (12 inches) from the curb or sidewalk, so as not to impede traffic or the maintenance of public roads.
*9 p.m. for residents on rue Sainte-Anne, between rue de l'Église and Montée Sainte-Marie.
Rinse your bin with a mild detergent, baking soda or a solution of white vinegar and water.