What We Recycle

Trying to keep scrap metal and all recyclables out of the landfill

Ensure your items get to the right program –  Recycle with us.

Scrap Metal Recycling

We Recycle ferrous and non ferrous metals keeping it “out” of the landfill and putting cash “in” your pocket.

Outdoor Power Equipment Recycling

OPEIC is the only government-approved outdoor power equipment recycling program in B.C. As of July 1, 2012, British Columbians are able to recycle products ranging from chain saws, garden sprayers and lawn mowers to pressure washers, mulchers and wood chippers.

Thermostat Recycling

Switch the ‘Stat is a stewardship program focused on recovering and recycling thermostats that are no longer in use. We accept mercury-containing, electronic and mechanical thermostats and ensure that all the components, especially the mercury, are kept out of the waste stream.

Electronics Recycling

This is a service we provide working with ENCORP and is free of charge. It is for electronics that you have paid an environmental levy on at purchase. Products such as Computers, printers, monitors, tv’s, phones and stereos, etc. are accepted.

Alarm Recycling

AlarmRecycle is a recycling program for used or expired smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms. Since October 1, 2011, BC residents have been able to drop off their smoke and CO alarms for recycling at AlarmRecycle drop-off locations across BC.

Light Recycling

The expanded LightRecycle covers lights (bulbs and tubes), ballasts and lighting fixtures. All types of lights are accepted under both channels, including fluorescent tubes, compact fluorescent lights (CFLs), halogen and incandescent bulbs, light emitting diodes (LEDs) and high intensity discharge lamps (HID).

Small Appliance Recycling

ElectroRecycle is the first small appliance and power tool recycling program of its kind in Canada and the only government-approved electrical products recycling program in B.C.  ElectroRecycle accepts more than 300 electrical products ranging in size from electric toothbrushes, countertop microwave ovens, hand-held drills to treadmills.

Call 2 Recycle Program

Founded in 1994, Call2Recycle—North America’s first and largest battery stewardship program—is a non-profit organization that collects and recycles batteries at no cost for municipalities, businesses and consumers.

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