Ottawa Recycling Guide
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From toxic chemicals to plastic containers, Capital Junk has created an Kitchener Waterloo Region Recycling Guide to help you find the proper disposal site and recycling depot for a large array of materials. We’re experts in our field for properly disposing of or donating unwanted items and will be happy to assist you if you are ever in a bind. Simple, cost-effective and stress-free: get in touch if you need us! Otherwise, we hope you find value in our helpful recycling guide.
Select the first letter of the item to begin, and you will be moved to that section of the alphabet. From there, scroll till you find your item and expand the info box in order to learn more about recycling in Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph and Cambridge.
Goes into your Blue Box
Appliances containing coolant (fridges, freezers…etc.) must be drained and tagged by a Refrigeration Specialist before taking them to the landfill. At the gate, you will tell them you have appliances and they will direct you to the area to drop them off for recycling. Items such as stove’s, dishwashers, washing machines or dryers can be taken to the landfill for recycling.
If it is still usable, consider donating it to Habitat for Humanity’s Restore to give it a second life! There is a location on 768 Belfast Road as well as in Nepean on 7 Enterprise Avenue. If not, your bathtub can be placed at the curb for garbage pick-up. Please note that Cast Iron Bathtubs cannot be placed at curb for pick-up.
Can be dropped off at your local Rona in Kitchener on 730 Ottawa street south, Kitchener, Ontario, N2E 1B6
This item can be placed in your Black Box for recycling.