Large Items

Large items are picked up each month on the third Tuesday or Thursday, depending on your zone (same day as garbage collection).

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Accepted/not accepted items

Sending large items to landfill should be a last resort. For this reason, only the following items are accepted:

  • Sinks
  • Showers
  • Toilets
  • Bathtubs
  • Furniture and mattresses

The following items are not accepted and will not be collected:

  • Cold appliances (refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, etc.)
  • Other home appliances (microwave ovens, vacuum cleaners, washers, dryers, stoves, dishwashers, etc.)
  • IT and communication technologies waste (computers, TVs, etc.)
  • Household hazardous waste (e.g., propane tanks)
  • Construction and demolition waste such as cabinets and ceramic tiles (exceptions: bathtubs, showers, sinks and toilets are accepted)
  • Earth, stone, brick, wood, branches, stumps
  • Car parts and tires
  • Recyclables
  • Green waste (leaves, grass, etc.)
  • Waste placed in a container (bag, wheeled bin or other container)
  • Barbecues

What to do with non-accepted items

Many of the items not accepted for collection may be taken to the Écocentre Vaudreuil-Soulanges.

In addition, many consumer products, building materials, furniture, etc. can be recovered rather than sent to landfill. See the recycling directory to find recyclers in the region.


Bulky waste may be deposited at the curb up to five days prior to collection and by 7:00 a.m. on the day of collection.

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) 

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are only certain types of large items now accepted for curbside collection?

These changes have been made for environmental reasons and to comply with the standards and policies established by the Québec government. In March 2011, the provincial government adopted the Québec Residual Materials Management Policy, which aims to create a waste-free society by encouraging more environmentally friendly habits and best practices in consumption and waste management.

The MDDEP (Québec department of sustainable development, environment and parks) is counting on the collaboration of municipalities and MRCs in implementing this policy and helping to achieve its objectives. The City of Vaudreuil-Dorion makes every effort to conform to the residual materials management plans adopted by the MRC de Vaudreuil-Soulanges and the Montréal metropolitan community.

Is any money saved by diverting large items from landfill?

The City must rein in the costs of residual materials management; this includes limiting landfill, which is subject to a government surcharge. For each ton of large items sent to landfill, the City pays disposal costs and charges. These amount to about $72 a ton.

When you cut down on the amount of waste you send to landfill, you not only help reduce our community's environmental footprint, but you also reduce the costs we incur for waste disposal.

Why are cold appliances no longer accepted?

This change is in response to federal and provincial regulations regarding halocarbons. It's also motivated by environmental concerns. Cold appliances (refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, etc.) that are not properly managed or recovered emit halocarbons that deplete the stratospheric ozone layer and act as greenhouse gases (GHGs). When these appliances are brought to the Ecocentre, they're redirected to different types of valorization facilities which ensure maximum environmental benefit.

Why is construction debris not picked up?

The Government of Québec has set aggressive targets for reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill. The City's scores with regard to construction debris indicate that significant effort is needed. Under City by-laws adopted in January 2013, recycling of this waste is mandatory. Under the Québec Residual Materials Management Policy and the related 2011–2015 action plan, lumber has not been allowed in landfills since January 1, 2014.