Where can I dump concrete for free in Toronto?

Where can I dump concrete for free in Toronto?

The Leslie Street Spit Landfill If you have a means of hauling the concrete waste, you can bring it to the Leslie Street Spit for a flat, tax-free $33 fee. The landfill is open Monday to Friday from 7:30am to 4:15pm.

Is Toronto collecting yard waste?

The City picks up yard waste every other week on garbage collection day from mid-March to mid-December as well as Christmas trees in January. Yard waste can also be taken to one of the City's Drop-Off Depots year-round.

Where can I get rid of old concrete near me?

Concrete and asphalt can be dumped safely at the following locations:

  • Your local landfill or transfer station.
  • C&D recycling centers.
  • Building supply companies that sell recycled materials.

Can you put concrete in a dumpster?

All toys, window treatments, carpet, old documents, cardboard, and similar non-organic trash items may all be disposed of in a dumpster, as well. Brick, stone, drywall, concrete, wood, and asphalt, and other construction materials can be put in roll off dumpsters.

Can I put rocks in the garbage?

You can dispose of rocks at any of the following locations: Local landfills and recycling centers that accept mixed heavy debris. Landscapers or suppliers that accept rocks or gravel from the public. Home improvement stores that sell recycled materials.

What are the two primary methods of waste recovery?

Recovery techniques can be classified into two main groups: a waste-to-energy (waste recovery) technique and a waste-to-material (material recovery) technique.