Residual waste
collections

Bulk items

Free pick-ups
(for all recoverable bulky items INCLUDING construction/renovation materials)

2018:

  • Spring:  April 22 to May 13
  • Fall:  September 5 to 30 
The free pick-up service is carried out every week from Monday* morning at 7:30 am to Friday afternoon at 3:00 pm during the periods mentioned above. The crew takes a different route every time, so in order not to miss them when they're in your area, items that need to be discarded must be placed at the curbside before 7:00 am on Monday* morning of that week.   * (or Tuesday in case of a holiday)


First Tuesday of the month - free  pick-up
(for recoverable bulky items EXCLUDING construction/renovation materials):

  • On the first Tuesday of the month (EXCEPT in May and October)
To take advantage of this monthly pick-up, items that need to be discarded must be placed at the curbside before 7:00 am on the first Tuesday of the month.  Please note that construction/renovation debris (planks and construction wood, rocks, stone, earth, sand, concrete...) cannot be accepted in the free monthly pick-up. For that, you must refer to the free weekly pick-up periods or request a fee-based collection. Bulky items can also be dropped-off at the municipal yard.


Fee-based Pick-up
(for all recoverable bulky items INCLUDING construction/renovation materials):

If the free scheduled periods for bulk pick-up are not convenient for you, service is available year round for a fee, as follows:
- Minimum fee of $25 / cubic yard ;
- Maximum fee of $150 per trip, for a full truckload.
These fees are set according to By-Law No 98-55 respecting tariffs.  For a fee estimate, you can either submit your request through the Requests on Line system or by calling 514 630-2727 during regular business hours.


Kirkland Municipal Yard
(for all recoverable bulky items INCLUDING construction/renovation materials):

If the free pick-up periods mentionned above are not be convenient for you, recoverable bulky items can also be dropped-off at the Kirkland Municipal Yard, for a fee.


Montreal Agglomeration Écocentres
(for all recoverable bulky items INCLUDING construction/renovation materials):

If the free pick-up periods mentionned above are not be convenient for you, recoverable bulky items can also be dropped-off at any Écocentre located in Montreal.
(Note : The Écocentre located in Saint-Laurent is only 15 minutes away from Kirkland and most of the services offered are free of charge).


 

What is a recoverable bulky item ?

A recoverable bulky item is a large domestic waste made out of wood, metal, plastic or any other recyclable material

  • Home appliances of any sizes (toaster, range, etc)
  • Cabinets
  • tub
  • library
  • desk
  • chairs
  • filing cabinets
  • dresser
  • appliances
  • sink
  • windows
  • big cardboards
  • mirror
  • door
  • hot-water tank
  • table
  • toilet

*Construction / Renovation materials include:

  • Planks and construction wood
  • Gyproc
  • Rocks
  • Stone
  • Earth
  • Sand
  • Concrete
  • Ceramic
  • etc. 
*Note that roofing asphalt shingles are not accepted as bulky items nor as Construction / Renovation materials - to get rid of them, you must bring them to an Écocentre or contact a specialized contractor who will make sure to dispose of them in an eco-friendly way.


Non-recoverable bulky items

The following non-recoverable bulky items must be discarded in the Friday garbage collection:

  • Upholstered furniture covered with leather, fabric or any other covering material, such as : sofas, couches, armchairs, mattresses, box springs and other similar items
 
 

Once they are picked up, your bulky items do not all go to landfill. Furniture and other recyclable items are sorted and recycled!