Hazardous Domestic Waste and Construction Materials

Hazardous domestic waste (HDW)

HDW refers to waste from various common household products that could pose a threat to public health and the environment if improperly used, combined, stored or discarded. This category includes:
  • used oil and filters
  • paints and solvents
  • car batteries
  • garden pesticides
  • acidic or caustic cleaning products
  • etc.
The following symbols can help you to identify HDW:


 
 


Construction, renovation and demolition materials

Construction, renovation and demolition materials are accepted throughout the year at ecocentres.

Here are some examples:

  • Construction materials
  • Toilet
  • Ceramic
  • Melamine
  • Floating floor
  • Asphalt shingles


To find out which materials are accepted by ecocentres, click here.

 



IMPORTANT: HDW and construction materials are not accepted for waste collection.

To find out which materials are accepted by écocentres, click here. Construction materials are accepted throughout the year.



Contact information and opening hours

Matrec écocentre (Matrec)
8005 Grande Allée
Brossard
Telephone: 450-462-0503