Other collections


Construction Waste

The Public Works Department can collect your construction waste for a fee of $60/m3 (maximum 3 m3, once a year, by property). 

You MUST fill an "Online Requests" form to inform them or contact the Public Works Department at 514-457-6844.

Items must be placed in front of the house near the street, before making your request.


Electronic waste

Unwanted electronic devices must not be discarded in the garbage because their components are harmful to the environment. It is important to dispose of them properly.

Public Works' team can pick up your old electronic devices for free (for residents only). The collected items will be recycled, transformed or disposed of in a safe manner.

You MUST fill an online request form or contact the Public Works department by calling 514-457-6844. Items must be placed in front of the house near the street before making your request.

To learn more about electronic waste, please visit this site Québec Electronic Products Recycling Association (Québec-EPRA) | RECYCLEMYELECTRONICS.CA 


Leaves and other green waste

On WEDNESDAY, residents can get rid of their fall leaves and other green waste via the organic waste collection. Simply place the containers at the curb before 7:00 a.m.

Please note that leaf-blowing in the street is prohibited. Warnings and fines will be issued to offenders.

Green waste must be placed in the brown bin. Any extra green waste should be placed in biodegradable containers, such as paper bags and cardboard boxes, which will also be picked up (By-law 782 Art. 14d).


Please note that single-family dwellings and multi-dwelling buildings of 4 units and less already benefit from organic waste collection (green waste and kitchen waste) via the brown bin program, but all residents can put their green waste in accepted containers.

For more details about this pickup, please contact the Public Works Department at 514-457-6844.

Dead leaves
Garden debris
Twigs and straw
Debris from cleaning, weeding or tilling the grounds, from the vegetable garden and fruit trees
Grass clippings

Wheeled brown bin (organic waste)
Paper bags
Cardboard boxes
Empty garbage can



Branch removal service on the territory of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue is available throughout the year (it is no longer necessary to call to register).

The Town will collect your branches FREE OF CHARGE on the first and third week of each month from Monday to Wednesday.

Since the team will pass on your street only once, it is important to place your waste items at the stated time the night before (on Sunday); do not worry if your branches havel not been collected by Tuesday evening.

Branches must be neatly stacked by the side of the road, blunt ends facing the road.

Please note that branch collection includes the collection of Christmas trees, but stumps or logs exceeding 22 cm (9 inches) in diameter, roots and branches with attached soil, metal, rope, etc., are excluded because they may damage the branch chopping equipment. These items will not be collected.


Bulky Waste


Bulky waste collection on the first friday, every 2 months:

Year 2023

  • January 6, 2023
  • March 3, 2023
  • May 5, 2023
  • July 7, 2023
  • September 1, 2023
  • November 3, 2023

Year 2024

  • January 5, 2024
  • March 1st, 2024
  • May 3, 2024
  • July 5, 2024
  • September 6, 2024
  • November 1st, 2024
  • Cabinets
  • Bathtubs
  • Desks
  • Tables and chairs
  • Dressers
  • Bookcases
  • Sinks
  • Windows
  • Large boxes
  • Mirrors
  • Rigid plastics and packaging
  • Doors
  • Toilets

Citizens can leave upholstered objects for pick-up during household waste collections.

These items can also be taken to a collection point equipped to receive this type of waste (ecocenter) or to one of the two recovery companies in Montreal (Matt Canada or Recyc-matelas).

Residents of the Terra project must place their bulky waste next to the meloks located near the bike path no later than 24 hours before the scheduled pick-up date.



For metal items, send your request to Public Works by making an online request. For residents only. Items must be placed at the front of the property near the curb before making your request.

Metal items picked-up upon request by the Public Works Department:

  • Filing cabinet
  • Appliance of any size (stove, toaster, refrigerator, etc.)
  • Water heater
  • Furnace
  • Air conditioning unit

Please note that we do not pick up tires or hazardous household waste. Please take these items to a retailer or the ecocentre.


Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)

It is important not to dispose of your household hazardous waste (HHW) in the household waste. It can be dangerous for health and harmful for the environment. You must dispose of it properly.

HHW Collections in Baie-d'Urfé

Twice a year, residents of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue are invited to dispose of their hazardous household waste (HHW) at the itinerant collections organized by the City of Montreal and which take place in Baie-d'Urfé in spring and fall.

Drop off your HHW between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. at Baie d'Urfé's Public Works building, located at 300,  Surrey Street.

The 2023 collection will take place on:

  • September 16, 2023

For any questions, please contact the Environment Department of the Town of Baie-d'Urfé at 514 457-7604.


Ecocentres and other dropping points

You can drop your HHW at any time in an ecocentre. To find the closest ecocentre, visit the City of Montreal website.

Several retail businesses also collect some HHW, for example batteries. Check with the store before you get there.


What is a household hazardous waste? 

Household hazardous waste (also known as HHW) are corrosive, flammable, explosive and poisonous substances contained in household products. They are easily identifiable by the following symbols. Syringes and fireworks are not accepted. 

Common HHW Products

  • acetone
  • ammonia
  • propane tanks
  • bleach
  • lighter fluid
  • chlorine
  • creosote
  • glues and adhesives
  • paint thinners
  • nail polish removers
  • aerosol cans
  • fluorescent lights and mercury lamps
  • used oil
  • coolants
  • oven cleaners
  • pesticides
  • metal cleaners
  • wood preservatives
  • acids for clearing drain pipes

Where do I dispose of my hazardous waste?

Paint (latex, alkydes, émail), dyes, lacquer, anti-rust, varnish, aluminum paint, sealant, wood preservative, linseed oil

Motor oil, empty containers and filters
  • Canadian Tire
  • Ecocentres
  • Municipal Garage (please call: 514-457-6844)
Rechargeable Batteries (Ni-CD, Ni-MH, Li-ion, Pb)
  • Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue City Hall
  • Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Library 
  • Chalet Peter-Williamson
  • Hardware stores
  • Electronic stores
  • Ecocentres

Non-rechargeable Batteries (AAA - D, alkaline) 

  • Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue City Hall
  • Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Library 
  • Chalet Peter-Williamson
  • IKEA
  • Ecocentres

Waste Reduction

What can we do?

Rethinking, reducing, reusing and recycling are easy ways to cut pollution, conserve natural resources and energy and reduce what goes into Montreal's landfills. While some materials such as aluminum, steel, and some types of glass can be recycled indefinitely, it is important that we approach the problem from an upstream point of view by rethinking the way we consume and that we reduce what we throw into the garbage.

For more information, please read this document: "Consommer autrement" (in French only) made by the City of Montreal and Recyc-Québec.

  • When shopping, choose products with the least packaging and bring a reusable shopping bag
  • Purchase durable items that will last you a long time such as rechargeable batteries
  • Purchase refillable items, such as dishwashing liquid, cleaning fluids
  • Print front and back
  • Avoid buying drinks or food in Styrofoam containers or other non-recyclable materials
  • When buying a product, remember you will also be throwing out the packaging
  • Avoid buying items that are individually wrapped or have excess packaging


  • Use a reuseable coffee mug and water bottle
  • Bubble-wrap, wrapping paper, ribbons, string, rubber bands, twist-ties, and paper clips can all be reused
  • Switch to cloth napkins or towels