Household hazardous waste (HHW) materials are banned from the garbage and should not be placed down the drain or in the natural environment. If disposed of incorrectly, toxic materials can harm aquatic life, destroy sensitive ecosystems and pollute recreational sites and water supplies.

Provincial Recycling Programs

There are a number of locations in the province were materials such as batteries, paints, solvents, pesticides, gasoline, oil and antifreeze as well as pharmaceuticals can be dropped off for free. Learn more about product stewardship programs, find local drop off locations and items accepted by visiting the provincial website.

Battery Recycling

Call2Recycle has over 60 free drop off locations in the region for household batteries, including stores where you purchase new batteries. Enter your postal code at call2recycle.ca to find locations near you or where your headed, recycle on the way!

Hartland Depot - Household Hazardous Waste

In addition to partnering with producers for collection of products included in the provincial programs, the CRD provides residents of the region with no charge drop off for HHW items not regulated by the Province. These include items like propane tanks and cylinders, pool chemicals, fire extinguishers, hobby supplies and household cleaners.