Click to get a quote or have an agent contact you.

Quick Links



Canada - English

Customer Support

Customer Service

Quick Info

Waste Connections

Pickup Schedule

What's My Collection Schedule

Forgot which day is trash day? Not sure if this week is recycling or yard debris? Type in your service address and find out.


Looking for Work?

We have openings for Drivers, ​ Mechanics, ​ Customer Service and Helpers. ​ At Waste Connections we’re proud to be a different kind of company with a different kind of culture.


Waste Connections strives to assure the complete safety of our customers, our employees and the public in all our operations. ​ Please only place approved items in carts, and place the carts according to the diagram and instructions below for safe collection.

  • Leave 3 feet between containers
  • Handles should face towards your house
  • Do not drill into, bolt or fasten anything to the cart
  • Materials should not be higher than the lid of the container or be placed on top of the lid
  • Trash should be bagged and tied
  • Do not pack materials tightly into cart
Residential recycling & Trash Materials

For safety, legal, and environmental reasons, not all materials can be placed in the trash or recycling containers for collection. ​ Please review the Acceptable and Unacceptable lists below.



  • Aluminum beverage cans
  • Steel food & beverage cans & empty aerosol cans


  • Clear, brown & green glass food & beverage containers
  • No broken glass


  • #1—#7 Plastic containers & bottles with necks smaller than their bases

Paper, Paperboard & Cardboard

  • Food boxes (i.e. cereal & Jello boxes)
  • EMPTY paper towel & toilet paper rolls
  • Paperboard packaging (i.e. tissue boxes etc.)
  • Office paper—any color
  • Shredded paper (place in clear plastic bag)
  • Newspapers & inserts
  • Magazines, catalogs & brochures
  • Envelopes & junk mail
  • Paper bags
  • Phone books & other soft cover books

How To Prepare Recyclables

  • Remove caps or lids
  • Rinse thoroughly
  • It is OK to leave on labels and neck rings
  • Flatten ALL boxes/cardboard
  • It is OK to leave on labels and neck rings
  • Bundle all cardboard that does not fit into the recycling bin (no larger than 2’x2’x2’) and tie with natural twine)
  • Check weather forecast: If the forecast calls for high winds or rain, keep your recyclables inside until the following pickup if possible
  • Cover loose paper with heavier containers to prevent it from blowing away
  • Remove all packaging (Styrofoam, peanuts, plastic, bubble wrap, plastic liners, etc.)
  • Phone books & other soft cover books


  • Broken glass
  • Ceramics
  • Chemical/pesticide containers
  • Electronics
  • Light bulbs
  • Styrofoam
  • Yard waste
  • Window glass or mirrors


  • Normal non-hazardous household waste
  • Broken glass (safely wrapped)
  • Cat litter or small animal waste (if double bagged)
  • Light bulbs
  • Pizza boxes
  • Styrofoam
  • Yard waste if no more than 50% of the trash


  • Ammunition, fireworks
  • Ashes, hot or cold
  • Barrells
  • Batteries
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Styrofoam
  • Electronics, radio, computers, TVs, etc
  • Florescent lights
  • Hazardous Waste of any kind
  • Infections waste
  • Items containing Freon: Refrigerator, Air Conditioner, etc
  • Items containing lead
  • Items containing mercury
  • Liquid waste of any kind
  • Microwaves
  • Propane tanks
  • Tires
  • Yard waste, grass, sod, leaves - varies by location, check Recycle Guide​ or call to verify.

WasteConnect ™ Mobile App

Never Miss Your COLLECTION DAY Again!

With our new WasteConnect ™ Mobile App you can:

Sign-up for waste collection Reminders

Receive Service Alerts for collection delays

Search how to properly dispose of materials


Customer Support

Customer Service

Quick Info

More Info



Modal Header