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Household Hazardous Waste & Computer Recycling

Household Hazardous Waste facility

HHW accepted year round, 6 days a week, during regular operating hours:
Monday to Friday 7:30 to 5 pm, Saturday 8 am to noon at the Public Drop Off at Crane Mountain Landfill

No Charge for HHW. Household materials only, no commercial, institutional or industrial hazardous materials are accepted.

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)

HHW is any harmful substance that is considered corrosive, toxic, flammable, or reactive. See the list below for examples of items you may find around your house. Please do not dispose of any hazardous items in your regular garbage or down the drain.
No Charge for HHW.  Bring them to our facility and we will ensure they are handled correctly. With the assistance of a professional hazardous waste management company, we’ll keep it out of the landfill.  No industrial hazardous waste accepted.  Directions to Crane Mountain Landfill 


Computer Recycling 

You can recycle your old computer system along with your HHW.

Recycling Fee:
$5.00 / computer system (computer system includes: monitor, hard drive, printer, speakers, mouse, keyboard and scanner) 

Televisions /VCRs and other Electronics

A new provincial recycling program for all electronics including televisions has been announced by the Government of New Brunswick and will begin in April. For a complete list of items to be included click here 

Typical Household Hazardous Waste

       

* Leave materials in original labelled packages
* Never mix materials
* Pack items in sturdy boxes
* Staff will not empty containers for return to customer
* Only household quantities accepted. No Institutional, 
   Commercial, or Contractor waste.
*All containers must be 20L or less.

Aerosol cans (with contents)
Adhesives
Antifreeze coolants
Batteries (household/car)
Bleach
Butane cartridge
Car care products
Chemicals
Cleaning products
Compact fluorescent light bulbs
Diesel fuel
Driveway sealant
Ethanol
Fertilizers
Flea powder
Floor polish/wax 
Fluorescent light bulbs

Gasoline
Glue
Herbicides
Insecticides
Kerosene
Lighters (with contents)
Mercury (thermometers)
Motor oils and filters
Nail polish/remover
Oven cleaner
Paint and thinners
Pesticides
Pool chemicals
Propane cylinders
Propane tanks
Stains and varnishes

 

Not Accepted
X Explosives
X Radioactive Waste
X PCBs
X Bio Hazardous Waste
X Pharmaceutical Waste

Paint Recycling

You can also bring your leftover Paint to a local Depot in your neighbourhood  www.Recyclenb.com or to our HHW facility.

In Saint John:  Golden Mile Redemption Centre, 35 Linton Road, or  Pub's Transfer and Bottle Exchange 346 Rothesay Ave

Quispamsis:  Valley Redemption Center, 1 Market St (beside the Co-Op).


Battery Recycling

All Batteries are recyclable. Return dead batteries to the HHW Depot at Crane Mountain Landfill or to one of the following stores:

- Canadian Tire  
- Cox Radio & T.V
- Crescent Valley Resource Centre
- Best Buy
- Home Depot
- Huges Communications
- Richards Service Centre 
- Staples

For more information

 


Compact fluorescent light bulbs and fluorescent tubes are accepted at our Household Hazardous Waste Facility.

 

 

 

 


 

Motor Oil  & Glycol

If you change the oil in your own automotive or recreational vehicle, you can return your used oil and glycol (coolant) to facilities throughout the region.  These products are also accepted at the HHW Facililty at Crane Mountain. There is no charge for this program.

     

    Products Covered: Oil containers of 50 L or less, Oil filters Glycol containers of 50 L or less
      Lubricating oil (engines, turbines, gears) Transmission fluid

     

    To find a location near you, go to http://www.recyclenb.com

 


The Future Shop in Saint John will accept the following items for recycling at their customer service counter: Used Batteries, Cell Phones, CD Players, MP3 Players, CDs, Portable DVD Players and Ink Cartridges. To learn more, visit their website at www.futureshop.ca.