2019 Hazardous and Electronic Waste Events

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The County of Dufferin has announced its Household Hazardous & Electronic Waste Events for the year:

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  • June 22 from 8am-3pm
    Orangeville Operations Centre (500 C Line, Orangeville)
  • July 24 from 4pm-8pm
    Orangeville Operations Centre (500 C Line, Orangeville)
  • September 7 from 8am-3pm
    Grand Valley Works Yard (56 Main Street N., Grand Valley)
  • September 28 from 8am-3pm
    Primrose Operations Centre (635666 Hwy 10, Mono)
  • October 26 from 8am-3pm
  • Orangeville Operations Centre (500 C Line, Orangeville)

Hazardous Wastes

All materials should be left in the original container or labelled to allow easy identification of the contents.

Examples of Acceptable Hazardous Wastes

  • Automotive containers, fluids, & batteries (e.g., antifreeze, gasoline, motor oil & filters)
  • Household chemicals & cleaning products (e.g., aerosols, bleach, paints, pool chemicals, rat poison, solvents & cleaners)
  • Other household items (e.g., fluorescent tubes & compact fluorescent (CFL) bulbs, lighters & lighter fluid, propane cylinders, nail polish remover, batteries)
  • Lawn & garden products (e.g., fertilizer, pesticides & herbicides)
  • Health products (e.g., pharmaceuticals, expired medications, vitamins, sharps & syringes in a rigid & sealed container)

Electronic Wastes

  • Audio equipment (e.g., radios, audio players (MP3 players), recorders, turntables, speakers, amplifiers, etc.
  • Cameras and camcorders (e.g., digital & analog cameras, lenses, flashes, charges)
  • Computers and computer parts (e.g., laptops, tablets, monitors, printers, scanners, and peripherals/accessories)
  • Electrical household items (e.g., Christmas lights, lamps, fans, alarm clocks, digital frames, typewriters, hair dryers, straighteners, electric toothbrushes)
  • Electric tools (e.g., Power tools, electric hedge trimmers, electric leaf blowers, electric lawn mowers, vacuums)
  • Home entertainment equipment (e.g., televisions, receivers, video game consoles, video projects, VHS/DVD players & recorders)
  • Phones and communication devices (e.g., cell phones, smart phones, pagers, telephones, answering machines)
  • Small applicances (e.g., microwaves, toasters, coffee machines, blenders, coffee grinders, shredders)

Unacceptable Materials

  • No waste from industrial, commercial, or institutional sources (household waste only)
  • No white goods (e.g., refrigerators, washers & dryers, air conditioners, or dehumidifers).
  • Unidentified/unknown materials will not be accepted (e.g., drums of material will not be accepted. Please safely place materials into smaller containers, if required)
Uniform Sizing Chart - Please Measure for Proper Fit
Youth XS S M L XL
Chest Size 22" - 23" 24" - 26" 26" - 29" 29" - 32" 32" - 34.5"
Adult   AS AM AL  
Chest Size   37" - 38" 39" - 40" 41" - 43"  

 

Registration Is Closed

Registration closed on April 22, 2019.

AECON Infrastructure Mr. Shane Fuller Office: (416) 293-7004
e-mail: sfuller@aecon.com
AECON Infrastructure Mr. Colin Etmanski Office: (416) 297-2600
e-mail: cetmanski@aecon.com
KIHL Construction Management Mr. Joe Lascala Office: (416) 996-0471 e-mail: glascala@kihl.ca
MTO Shelburne   Office: (519) 925-4325

 



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