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        live in Dorval!

It’s great to
        live in Dorval!

ENVIRONMENT

Ecocentres and Reuse

Instead of simply throwing away old objects you no longer use, we invite you to help preserve our environment by giving them to organizations that specialize in their reuse.

In Dorval, many businesses dedicate their work to the reuse of discarded objects, and residents can bring them their used objects, such as books, appliances, computers, furniture, toys, sports equipment, and so forth. In some cases, the organization can even, on call, provide a pickup service.

The following is a list of organizations in Dorval dedicated to the reuse of discarded objects. Before dropping an item off, please verify with them that your object will be accepted.

  1. Salvation Army - 514 935-7425
    • Donation bin at the Sarto-Desnoyers Community Centre (1335 Lakeshore Drive)
    • Donation bin at the Pierre-Elliott Trudeau airport (710 chemin de la Côte-Vertu)
       
  2. Big Brothers and Big Sisters Association - 514 845-7920, ext. 222
    • Pickup at home
       
  3. Renaissance - 514 276-3626
    • Donation centre for clothes and reusable objects, located at 707 Lakeshore Drive (514 636-4746). Open Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. A customer service representative is on hand to collect donations.
    • Donation bin at the Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau airport (700 Leigh-Capreol Place)

Ecocentres

Ecocentres are sorting centres for Montreal Island residents, where they can drop off items for recovery, items that are excluded from the household waste pickup, such as:

  • Appliances
  • Large objects
  • Recyclable materials (paper, carton, glass, plastic, metal)
  • Construction, renovation, and demolition waste
  • Household hazardous waste

These items are, however, collected by the City of Dorval otherwise than with the household waste pickup. To learn how to get rid of them in Dorval, click here.

Ecocentresalso accept items that are not accepted by the City, such as:

  • Clothing items in good condition
  • Old tires

Reuse, recycling, composting and other appropriate forms of recovery make it possible to considerably reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfills.

For the address, access conditions, business hours, costs, and any other information on the ecocentres of the Island of Montreal, click here (in French only).

The City of Dorval does not have an ecocentre on its territory, but invites its citizens to drop by other ecocentres in the surrounding cities/boroughs.

Air Quality
Air Quality
Arboretum
Arboretum
Bees
Bees
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Ecocetres and Reuse
Ecocetres and Reuse
Emerald Ash Borer
Emerald Ash Borer
Energy Efficiency
Energy Efficiency
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Subsidies
Environmental Subsidies
Gardening
Gardening
Green Line
Green Line
Pesticides
Pesticides
Tips and Tricks
Tips and Tricks
Tree Planting
Tree Planting
Various Waste Pickups
Various Waste Pickups
Water
Water
Watering
Watering
Wood Burning
Wood Burning
ENVIRONMENT

Ecocentres and Reuse

Instead of simply throwing away old objects you no longer use, we invite you to help preserve our environment by giving them to organizations that specialize in their reuse.

In Dorval, many businesses dedicate their work to the reuse of discarded objects, and residents can bring them their used objects, such as books, appliances, computers, furniture, toys, sports equipment, and so forth. In some cases, the organization can even, on call, provide a pickup service.

The following is a list of organizations in Dorval dedicated to the reuse of discarded objects. Before dropping an item off, please verify with them that your object will be accepted.

  1. Salvation Army - 514 935-7425
    • Donation bin at the Sarto-Desnoyers Community Centre (1335 Lakeshore Drive)
    • Donation bin at the Pierre-Elliott Trudeau airport (710 chemin de la Côte-Vertu)
       
  2. Big Brothers and Big Sisters Association - 514 845-7920, ext. 222
    • Pickup at home
       
  3. Renaissance - 514 276-3626
    • Donation centre for clothes and reusable objects, located at 707 Lakeshore Drive (514 636-4746). Open Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. A customer service representative is on hand to collect donations.
    • Donation bin at the Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau airport (700 Leigh-Capreol Place)

Ecocentres

Ecocentres are sorting centres for Montreal Island residents, where they can drop off items for recovery, items that are excluded from the household waste pickup, such as:

  • Appliances
  • Large objects
  • Recyclable materials (paper, carton, glass, plastic, metal)
  • Construction, renovation, and demolition waste
  • Household hazardous waste

These items are, however, collected by the City of Dorval otherwise than with the household waste pickup. To learn how to get rid of them in Dorval, click here.

Ecocentresalso accept items that are not accepted by the City, such as:

  • Clothing items in good condition
  • Old tires

Reuse, recycling, composting and other appropriate forms of recovery make it possible to considerably reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfills.

For the address, access conditions, business hours, costs, and any other information on the ecocentres of the Island of Montreal, click here (in French only).

The City of Dorval does not have an ecocentre on its territory, but invites its citizens to drop by other ecocentres in the surrounding cities/boroughs.

Air Quality
Air Quality
Arboretum
Arboretum
Bees
Bees
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Ecocetres and Reuse
Ecocetres and Reuse
Emerald Ash Borer
Emerald Ash Borer
Energy Efficiency
Energy Efficiency
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Subsidies
Environmental Subsidies
Gardening
Gardening
Green Line
Green Line
Pesticides
Pesticides
Tips and Tricks
Tips and Tricks
Tree Planting
Tree Planting
Various Waste Pickups
Various Waste Pickups
Water
Water
Watering
Watering
Wood Burning
Wood Burning

Ecocentres and Reuse

Instead of simply throwing away old objects you no longer use, we invite you to help preserve our environment by giving them to organizations that specialize in their reuse.

In Dorval, many businesses dedicate their work to the reuse of discarded objects, and residents can bring them their used objects, such as books, appliances, computers, furniture, toys, sports equipment, and so forth. In some cases, the organization can even, on call, provide a pickup service.

The following is a list of organizations in Dorval dedicated to the reuse of discarded objects. Before dropping an item off, please verify with them that your object will be accepted.

  1. Salvation Army - 514 935-7425
    • Donation bin at the Sarto-Desnoyers Community Centre (1335 Lakeshore Drive)
    • Donation bin at the Pierre-Elliott Trudeau airport (710 chemin de la Côte-Vertu)
       
  2. Big Brothers and Big Sisters Association - 514 845-7920, ext. 222
    • Pickup at home
       
  3. Renaissance - 514 276-3626
    • Donation centre for clothes and reusable objects, located at 707 Lakeshore Drive (514 636-4746). Open Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. A customer service representative is on hand to collect donations.
    • Donation bin at the Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau airport (700 Leigh-Capreol Place)

Ecocentres

Ecocentres are sorting centres for Montreal Island residents, where they can drop off items for recovery, items that are excluded from the household waste pickup, such as:

  • Appliances
  • Large objects
  • Recyclable materials (paper, carton, glass, plastic, metal)
  • Construction, renovation, and demolition waste
  • Household hazardous waste

These items are, however, collected by the City of Dorval otherwise than with the household waste pickup. To learn how to get rid of them in Dorval, click here.

Ecocentresalso accept items that are not accepted by the City, such as:

  • Clothing items in good condition
  • Old tires

Reuse, recycling, composting and other appropriate forms of recovery make it possible to considerably reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfills.

For the address, access conditions, business hours, costs, and any other information on the ecocentres of the Island of Montreal, click here (in French only).

The City of Dorval does not have an ecocentre on its territory, but invites its citizens to drop by other ecocentres in the surrounding cities/boroughs.

Air Quality
Air Quality
Arboretum
Arboretum
Bees
Bees
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Ecocetres and Reuse
Ecocetres and Reuse
Emerald Ash Borer
Emerald Ash Borer
Energy Efficiency
Energy Efficiency
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Subsidies
Environmental Subsidies
Gardening
Gardening
Green Line
Green Line
Pesticides
Pesticides
Tips and Tricks
Tips and Tricks
Tree Planting
Tree Planting
Various Waste Pickups
Various Waste Pickups
Water
Water
Watering
Watering
Wood Burning
Wood Burning
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