Residual waste
collections

Electronic equipment

Citizens can drop off their unwanted electronic devices or «e-waste» at the Municipal yard during opening hours. 

Please note that upon request, large television sets which cannot be easily brought to the municipal yard, will be picked up free of charge. Please submit your request through the Requests on Line system or call 514 630-2727 during regular business hours.


Free drop-off points

Several EPRA-Québec drop-off points can be found in the Kirkland vicinity. Visit the website recycleMYelectronics.ca/qc/ to find the closest ones near you!
 

 

  Accepted electronic devices:

  • Desktop and laptop computers
  • Electronic tablets
  • Computer screens and small televisions
  • Printers, scanners, fax machines and photocopiers
  • Cellular, satellite, wireless and traditional phones
  • Pagers and answering machines
  • Keyboards, mice, cables, chargers and remote controls
  • Video game consoles
  • Projectors used with electronic equipment
  • Audio video players, recorders, burners, amplifiers, digital receivers and speakers
  • Home theatre systems
  • Radios and MP3 players
  • Digital cameras, digital photo frames and video recorders
  • GPS systems.
  • Routers, servers, hard drives, memory cards, USB keys, speakers, webcams and earphones


 Unwanted electronic devices must not be discarded in the garbage because their components are harmful to the environment. It is therefore important to dispose of them properly.

Batteries and ink cartridges

The Town has made available to its citizens used battery and ink cartridge collectors. Ink cartridges can now be dropped off at Town Hall and the Library and old batteries can be dropped off at Town Hall, the Municipal Garage, the Library or the Sports Complex.