Recycling is picked up every Wednesday in all zones, except for Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

What is recyclable?

For an item to be recyclable, you must be able to answer "yes" to these two questions:

  • Is it made of paper, cardboard, plastic, glass or metal?
  • Is it a container, packaging or printed matter?

Consult this checklist produced by the MRC de Vaudreuil-Soulanges to find out which materials are recyclable and which are not.

Some items require special disposal and recovery (tires, appliances, electronics, etc.). Go to the Ecocentre Vaudreuil-Soulanges or contact a local recycler.

Use the Tricycle tool developed by the MRC Vaudreuil-Soulanges to determine the best place to dispose of your materials.

What happens to recycled materials?

As of January 2017, all recyclable materials in the MRC de Vaudreuil-Soulanges are sent to the Tricentris sorting centre in Lachute. That's 16,000 tons a year!

Visit the site of this non-profit organization to discover the journey taken by your recyclable materials and to find out what products they're used to make.

Instructions on the use of curbside bins

All trucks used for sorted waste collection are equipped with a mechanical arm to lift your 240- or 360-litre wheeled bins (the small blue 64-litre bins are no longer picked up). To make sure your bins are emptied, please follow all instructions regarding waste bins.


  • Bins must be placed 1 metre from the street (not in the street or on the sidewalk), wheels facing your house.
  • Bins can not be left at the curb between Friday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m.
  • Bins must not obstruct snow removal or street cleaning.
  • The wheeled bins--blue for recycling and black for garbage--are the property of the City. Each has a serial number linked to a street address. They must not be exchanged between neighbours. Please write your address in the area provided.
  • Bins must be placed at least 30 cm apart and 1 m away from cars, buildings or other objects so they can be reached by the mechanical arm of the collection truck.
  • Bins should not be kept in the front yard between pickup days.

Bin placement – Multi-unit residential buildings

  • Bins must be placed in the driveway, not in the street or on the sidewalk.
  • In summer, they may be lined up at the edge of the property, next to the street.
  • In winter, to allow for snow removal, they must be lined up in the driveway, perpendicular to the street and all on the same side, with the wheels toward the building.
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Bin placement – Summer
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Bin placement – Winter

Failure to follow these instructions may result in your bin not being picked up and can also lead to fines.


Regular cleaning of curbside bins is strongly recommended, especially before they are to be repaired or replaced. 

If your bin is broken, please contact the Public Works Department at 450-455-3371, option 3.

Construction Waste

Debris from construction, renovation and demolition (CRD) makes up 40% of all waste produced in Québec. According to government data, a major effort is needed in Vaudreuil-Dorion.

Building a new home? Renovating your old one?

  • When you rent a container, ask that it be sent to a sorting centre once the work is done.
  • Dispose of your CRD waste at the ecocentre.

Recovery of CRD waste is mandatory under municipal by-laws in effect since January 1, 2013. 


Company name Materials

Construction Beauval

Aggregate and asphalt shingles
*Dump site

Conteneurs Rouville

All construction, renovation and demolition waste
*Rental of containers (10, 13, 20 or 40 cubic yards) and dumpsters

Conteneurs urbains inc.

Earth, sand, stones, building materials, concrete and shingles

(small quantities only)
*Container rental – 5 cubic yards (1 ton)


Old and reusable renovation materials (doors, bathtubs, sinks, hardware, stained glass, woodwork, flooring wood, various accessories)
*Collection by small truck

Entreprise Pavco

Ferrous metals (iron, steel, stainless steel, cast iron), non-ferrous metals (aluminum, copper and copper alloys, tin, lead, lead alloys), wood, wood chips, treated wood, wood pallets, asphalt, asphalt shingles, brick, stone, concrete, drywall, hazardous waste (used oil)
Industrial, commercial and institutional only
*Collection service or dump site

Groupe Ebi

Paper, cardboard, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, plastic, glass, compostables, animal products, wood pallets, sawdust and wood chips
*Container rental (15, 20, 30 or 40 cubic yards) or dump site


Concrete, bituminous concrete, foundation aggregate, asphalt, Class A soil
*Large quantities only (only heavy trucks are allowed at the dump site)

Les entreprises environnementales Pierrefonds inc.

All construction, renovation and demolition waste
Industrial, commercial and institutional only
*Container rental (2 to 40 cubic yards)

Les Fibres J.C. Montréal

Paper, cardboard, plastic, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, wood, wood chips, wood pallets, concrete, asphalt and dry materials from demolitions
*Container rental (20, 30, 40, 60, 80 or 120 cubic yards)

MC Solutions réno inc.

All materials are accepted, sorted and sent to the appropriate place
*Container rental (10, 14 or 20 cubic yards)

Multi Recyclage

Wood, paper, cardboard, plastic, brick, cement, rocks, concrete, asphalt, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, drywall, shingles and other related materials
Industrial, commercial and institutional only
*Container rental (10, 20 or 40 cubic yards) and collection

Pavages Vaudreuil

Dry waste (concrete, asphalt and rock)

Recy Béton inc.

Asphalt, concrete, concrete blocks, stone
*Dump site

Recycle Gypse Québec

Drywall and plaster
Industrial, commercial and institutional only
*Dump site

Robert Daoust & Fils inc.

Dry materials (concrete, earth), all construction and demolition waste, recyclable waste
*Container rental (12, 20 or 40 cubic yards)