Yard Waste Collection Change: Brampton & Mississauga
Yard waste collection will happen every other week in Brampton and Mississauga starting Monday, June 30.
Caledon collection remains the same.
- Additional Plastics Recycling
- Check your collection day by address. Then download your printable collection calendar.
- 2014/2015 Waste Management Guide
Residents are encouraged to drop off their single-use dry cell batteries in designated barrels at facilities within the Cities of Brampton and Mississauga and the Town of Caledon. All batteries are sorted by type (alkaline, zinc/carbon etc.) and then recycled for their respective elements (metal, zinc, manganese, etc.). All standard single-use dry cell batteries are accepted, including A, AA, AAA, AAAA, C cell, D cell, 4.5-volt and 9-volt. Rechargeable batteries are not currently accepted, but can be dropped off at your nearest Community Recycling Centre.
For more information and locations visit:
- Brampton: Battery Recycling Program
- Mississauga: Take Charge and Recycle Your Batterie
- Town of Caledon: Battery Recycling
- Special Event Recycling
- New – Bi-weekly Collection Pilot Project
- Blue Box Recycling
- Organics (Green Bin) Recycling
- Yard Waste
- Other Collection Services
Community Recycling Centres
Convenient drop off centres for recyclable and non-recyclable materials, household hazardous waste and reusable goods.
Two Bag Standard
- Exemption Periods - When Tags are not Needed
- Acceptable Bags, Containers and Bundles
- Buying Garbage Tags
- Frequently Asked Questions
Learn about Peel's Composting Program, including where to buy compost.
Putting Waste in its Place
Thanks to your continued efforts, we are diverting 50 per cent of Peel's waste from disposal. With your support and participation, we are moving closer to our target of diverting 70 per cent of waste from landfill by 2016.
Learn more about how your actions are helping our environment.