SMART RECYCLING COLLECTION

The advantages are numerous:

  • Any problem can be identified in real-time and resolved, possibly, the same day.
  • The transponders installed on the bins allow the City to ensure their traceability.
  • The flexibility of this system allows us to offer a weekly collection service and not only every two weeks. You can use it according to your needs.
  • Thanks to your efforts, you are helping to reduce the cost of the collection service.

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Why put the blue bin at the curb only when it is full?

  • To reduce GHGs
  • To reduce costs

The less frequently you put it out, the more we will save!

We wish to acknowledge the valuable cooperation of all residents. Your help allows us to move forward with this new initiative.

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Questions? Write to us at reduction@beaconsfield.ca

 


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Financed by Éco Entreprises Québec and RecycleMédias, the recycling collection aims to recover containers, packaging and printed material.

ACCEPTED

CONTAINERS AND PACKAGING PRINTED MATERIALS
  • Containers (large and small)
  • Bottles (plastic or glass)
  • Milk or juice carton
  • Tin cans
  • Aluminum paper plates
  • Receptacles for food, household products and cosmetics
  • Bags (paper or plastic) (grocery bags, bread bags, etc.)
  • Caps
  • Cardboards
  • Egg cartons
  • Flat cartons (eg. cereal boxes, pasta, tissues, etc.)
  • Lightly soiled pizza box
  • "Waxed" cardboard or packaging (coffee cups, ice cream and frozen foods containers, etc.)
  • Multilayer packaging
  • Newspapers
  • Flyers
  • Paper
  • Shredded paper in transparent bag
  • Magazines, books, etc.

Rule to remember: Paper and cardboard soaked with oil, grease and food are not recyclable. However, a trace of grease on a box of donuts or pizza does not harm the recycling process.

Reminder: Put all the plastic bags in one and remove all flyers from the plastic bag

 

REFUSED

  • Hazardous material containers
  • Wooden boxes (e.g. clementines)
  • Styrofoam
  • Corks
  • Sharp items
  • Wood and construction residue
  • Electronic residue
  • Bulky items (sofa, household appliances, air conditioner, oven ...)
  • Extension cord
  • Household hazardous waste (HHW)
  • Kitchen residue
  • Green residue
  • Textiles
  • Light bulbs
  • Hazardous material containers
  • Toys
  • Plastic equipment (hose)
  • Goods pools (canvas, ladders and pumps)
  • Dishes
  • PVC items

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COLLECTION

Recyclables are picked up Thursdays (except statutory holidays) from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The blue bin should be put out by the curb after 9:00 p.m. the night before or before 7:00 a.m. the day of the collection. Make sure to take the bin back from the curb the same day before 11:00 p.m.

Only 120 L, 240 L or 360 L litter cans provided by the City are acceptable. The blue bins are City property.

Overlooked bin? 

Make sure collection instructions were followed: day and time, bin position, accepted container, container weight, accepted materials, etc. 

If all instructions were followed, report the situation to Public Works the same evening after 7 p.m. or before 10:30 a.m. the next day. 
Requests received after 10:30 a.m. the day following the collection will not be processed.

To facilitate robotic pickup, please make sure:

  • Bins are placed within one metre of the curb
  • Bin wheels face your house
  • There is 60 cm (2’) free on both sides and at the back of the wheeled bin
  • All materials are inside (large piece of cardboard should be discarded with construction, renovation and demolition waste)

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GETTING A NEW BIN

Damaged or Missing Bin
If your blue bin is damaged, you can get a replacement by calling 514 428-4500 or emailing reduction@beaconsfield.ca

New Residents
Please use the blue bin provided by the City of Beaconsfield. It has a robotic hoisting attachment to facilitate pickups.
No bin or you’ve just moved in? You can ask for a blue bin to be dropped off. Call us at 514 428-4500 or send an email to reduction@beaconsfield.ca
Remember to write your address with a permanent marker in the space provided on the can.

Moving?
The blue bin is the City of Beaconsfield property. If you move, leave it behind for the next occupant. The bin’s serial number matches its place of delivery.


sac vert nespressoRecyling of Nespresso Coffee Capsules 

 
An agreement for the recyling of capsules was concluded between Nespresso and the TIRU sorting center which serves Beaconsfield. In order to recycle these capsules, residents must put them in the green bag provided by Nespresso. 
 

How it works

To recycle capsules, residents must place their used capsules in the green recycling bag provided for this purpose. A bag is included with each online capsule order placed on the Nespresso website. To make sure the capsules can be correctly sorted, it is imperative that they be placed in the bag; capsules place directly in the recycling bin will not be recycled.
 
Once recycled, the capsules will be sorted at the TIRU sorting center then shipped to the 2M Ressources facility, where the coffee grounds will be separated from the aluminum. These two materials will then be recycled and reused.
 

 

FOR AN EASY AND EFFICIENT RECYCLING COLLECTION

Pick the right collection

  • Recyc-Québec has a tool that allows you to find the appropriate collection by material.
  • Available in both languages, and also as a smart phone application, the “Ça va où ?” (“Where does it go?”) tool provides a search engine by municipality recyc-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/points-de-recuperation

 

NEW! You can now recycle your oral care products

  • Oral care products are NOT accepted in the blue bin.
  • To ensure these products are recycled, the City has installed a collection box at the entrance to City Hall and at the Recreation Centre.
  • This collection box allows you to recycle toothbrushes and heads for electric toothbrushes, toothpaste tubes and caps, related packaging, and floss containers.

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New recycling centre for the West Island

The Agglomeration of Montreal has opened a new sorting centre for recycled materials in Lachine. It is one of the most efficient in North America, which will greatly improve the quality of the materials sorted, and increase the reuse of materials locally. Collections from Beaconsfield’s blue bins are delivered to this new recycling centre since October 31.

Click here for more details (in French only) 

 

What happens to the materials that go to sorting centres in Quebec?

  • They are transformed and used in Quebec by a multitude of companies.
  • Plastic containers are turned into plastic lumber that can be used to create furniture.
  • Paper is turned into recycled fibres that can produce food packaging, tissues, egg cartons, etc.
  • Cardboard is turned into packaging (corrugated boxes, containers,paper products, etc.)
  • Glass is turned into ecomaterials.
    • Ex: Éco Entreprises Québec has developed markets for recycled abrasives, cement additives, and mineral wool.