Collection of bulky goods intended for the Ecocentre: 2nd pilot project

In partnership with the city of Montreal, this second pilot project is aimed at residents of the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce who have bulky items to be brought to an Ecocentre, but who do not own a car. Lasting 4 months, it aims to further assess the feasibility and relevance of this new service.

Download the poster here.

Accepted and refused items

Accepted items include certain bulky items that are accepted at an Ecocentre, but which are difficult to transport without a vehicle, such as:

  • Large electronic devices: televisions, monitors, computers, sound systems
  • Refrigerators, freezers and air conditioners
  • Other large appliances
  • Wood and melamine furniture

Certain materials accepted at the Ecocentre are excluded from this pilot project, such as:

  • Items for reuse (there are several places to bring them)
  • Mattresses (to be placed curbside for the municipal bulky items collection)
  • Paper, cardboard, glass, plastic, metal (to be placed in your recycling bin)
  • Car tires (to be brought to the Ecocentre by car)
  • Construction, renovation and demolition waste
  • Hazardous household waste (we are not authorized to transport this waste)
  • Green waste (to be placed curbside for the green waste collection)


  • Be a resident of the CDN-NDG borough
  • Declare that you do not own a vehicle
  • The items to be picked up must be free of cockroaches / bedbugs
  • You must not have already participated in this pilot project.

Pilot project collection calendar

  • Monday 16th May and Monday 30th May, 2022
  • Monday 13th June and Monday 27th June, 2022
  • Monday 11th July and Monday 25th July, 2022
  • Monday 8th August and Monday 22nd August, 2022


You can register by phone by calling 514-738-7848. Instructions on where to drop off items to be collected will be given upon registration. Please note that you must declare all the items to be picked up when you register, otherwise they will not be taken. This service is not a substitute for household waste collection and we reserve the right to refuse excessive requests or limit the number of collections to 8 per Monday.

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