Household Hazardous Waste
Bring your household hazardous waste to the Household Hazardous Waste Depot, located in the residential drop-off at the Robin Hood Bay Waste Management Facility (340 East White Hills Road). Learn more.
Backyard Compost Bins
Since 30% of household waste is organic, composting significantly reduces your household waste. By composting in our own backyard, we create a natural environment where decomposer organisms, such as bacteria, insects, worms and fungi can break down organic waste and convert it into nutrient-rich compost. Learn more.
Newfoundland & Labrador Paint Recycling Program
Used Tire Recycling Program
Consumers can leave their used tires with a tire retailer upon the purchase of new tires. Tires can also be returned to a tire retailer in manageable quantities (4-5 tires) during the retailer’s normal business hours. Tires that are accepted include passenger tires, light truck tires, commercial truck tires and motorcycle tires. Prior to returning to a tire retailer, used tires must be in whole form, free of mud and debris, and the rims must be removed. Learn more.
Electronic Products Recycling Program
Help divert potentially hazardous materials from the landfill by bringing unwanted electronics to a recycling drop-off centre. Visit Electronics Products Recycling Association to find the centre nearest you and to learn what electronics are accepted.