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How to Sort Your Waste

Hold on to your bulky items that do not fit in your bin or garbage bags. These items will not be collected at the curb or accepted at Community Recycling Centres until further notice.

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Cement furniture

This item is reusable waste.

If this item is in good condition, take it to a Peel Community Recycling Centre (CRC) reuse drop-off area.

Additional information:
  • Discarded items that are oversized, in poor condition, or missing parts may not be accepted for reuse. A disposal fee may apply to these types of items.
  • The Salvation Army Thrift Store, the Salvation Army Thrift Store Donor Welcome Centres, and the Bolton CRC Evolve Lifestyle store provide reuse services to Peel residents.
  • Staff have the right to refuse items that contain hazardous materials or could contain sensitive or confidential information.
  • Staff have the right to refuse items that are banned or recalled by Health Canada or the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
  • Staff have the right to refuse items due to sanitary, health, or safety concerns.
Other ways to dispose of reusable items:

*NEW* Diabetes Canada Textile Sheds

Sheds are located just outside at 10 Peel Centre Drive or 7120 Hurontario Street. Always check the acceptable items you can drop in the shed before disposing of the item.

Diabetes Canada textile shed at 10 Peel Centre Drive Diabetes Canada textile shed at 7120 Hurontario Street

If a reusable item is broken or in poor condition, put it in your garbage cart. Place larger items on the curb for collection. Find your collection calendar.

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