Waste & Recycling
Household garbage collection
You are asked to remove the garbage for 7am in the morning.
Bulky items : as of now, the collection of bulky items will be done twice a year.
For 2021, bulky items will be picked up on May 28, 2021 and October 15, 2021.
For this new year, the municipality will also do the collection of composting. This is reflected in the new calendar. You should receive your composting bin before February 17th.
Purchase of recycling and waste bins
It is possible to buy recycling and waste bins from the municipality.
Bins are $ 145.25 each and delivery is available at a cost of $ 10 for one bin and $ 15 for two bins.
Everything is payable in your banking institution with your role number or by check.
Each residence must have a waste bin and a recycling bin.
It is also possible for you to buy your bins in store, you only have to make sure that the bins have a volume of 240 or 360 liters and that they have the European attachment.
Denholm Sorting Center
For all your bulky waste, construction materials and other waste that is not accepted during the weekly collection, you can go to the Terracube sorting center located at 399, chemin Paugan.
Opening hours of the sorting center:
December, January, February, March: Wednesday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For the rest of the year, open Monday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Considering the official closure of our garbage dump, residents of Denholm have the opportunity to use the Mont-Laurier dumpsite for hazardous materials (819-623-7382) or the one in Val-des-Monts Perkins area 819-568-0770 or 819-671-4112).
All the information you need on composting is available on the MRC'S website here : https://www.mrcvg.qc.ca/index.php/en/composting
Here is some useful information.
Do not forget that clothes are not recyclable materials.
We ask you to thoroughly rinse your recyclable materials before putting them in the blue bins provided.
Take out the bins before7 am every Wednesday during summertime.
Recycling bins are installed along the main arteries at several strategic locations for the use of non-residents.
See also the video below prepared by the MRC.