City to hold first of three extended household hazardous waste depots

City to hold first of three extended household hazardous waste depots

The City is replacing cancelled household hazardous waste depots with three extended depots. The first event will last six days, starting Monday, June 22. Residents will be able to dispose of household hazardous waste at 3100 Conroy Road daily between 8 am and 4 pm until Saturday, June 27.

The City, in consultation with Ottawa Public Health, has reviewed safety precautions to protect the health and safety of residents and staff and has posted procedures online.

Residents are encouraged to visit on their regular waste-collection day, to help limit traffic and make the process more manageable for staff.

The depot will accept household hazardous waste only and will not accept electronic waste. Residents must always remain in their vehicles and, due to operating restrictions, staff will not empty and return bins, totes, gas cans and the like to residents.

Work will cease promptly at 4 pm and residents might not be able to drop off materials that day if there are long end-of-day line-ups.

The City will provide details about two additional depots once locations and dates are confirmed.

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