Ecocenters

City of Sherbrooke ecocenters

Starting April 1st 2016, Canton de Hatley residents will have free access to the Sherbrooke ecocenters.  Proof of residence may be required.  For information about accepted materials and opening hours, please consult the City of Sherbrooke web site.

Écocentre Michel-Ledoux
1000, rue Léon-Trépanier
(accès by Lavigerie)
Fleurimont burrough
Information : 819 822-6010

Écocentre Rose-Cohen
365, rue Pépin
(access by boul. de Portland or by boul. Industriel)
Jacques-Cartier burrough
Information : 819 822-6033

Materials accepted at Sherbrooke ecocentres:

Accepted materialsExamples
FurnitureMattresses, wooden furniture
Sports equipmentBikes, tricycles, children’s bikes, scooters, golf clubs, skis
Household appliancesRefrigerator, freezer, oven, microwave, air conditioner, washer, dishwasher, dryer, stove, fountain, cooler and water dispenser
Small appliancesBarbecue, kettle, pressure cooker, food processor, razor, hairdryer, blender, vacuum cleaner, coffee maker, iron, ironing board, toaster, bathroom scale
Electronic appliancesComputer, TV, screen, tablet, radio, audio player, electronic toy, UPS power system, charger
Wood• Painted, treated, reusable or from pallets
• Furniture
• Branches, logs, pruning residues and trunks
VariousCoolers, books
Construction, renovation or demolition materialsWindows, planks, mirror, asphalt shingles, gypsum, chipboard or aluminum siding, insulation board, wood fiber board, wood chip board, door, patio door, treated wood, plywood, ceramic and tile, pallet in wood
Granular materialsAsphalt, stone, brick, concrete, rock, sand and uncontaminated earth
Recyclable materials Paper, cardboard, glass, plastic, metal containers
Textile materialsClothing, rags, sheets, towels, comforters, quilts, fabric curtains, fabrics, fabric tablecloths
Metal objectsSteel and cast iron bathtub, metal shelf, filing cabinet, metal chair, water heater
Gardening and soil maintenance toolsLawn mower, leaf blower, snow blower, chainsaw, small engine
Electrical tools and accessories for constructionDrill, saw, table saw, generator, sander, pump, ladder and stepladder, grinder, etc.
TiresCar tires with or without rims, light truck tires, bicycle tires without rims
Garden or raking wasteDead leaves, plants, peat, grass and small branches
Hazardous household waste (HHW)Aerosol, light bulbs, paint stripper, paint, oil, solvent, tar, pesticides, batteries, propane, vehicle batteries, etc.

Materials not accepted at Sherbrooke ecocentres:

Not Accepted MaterialsWhat to do?
PCBs and cyanidesContact the Ministère de l’Environnement et de la Lutte contre les changements climatiques at 819 820-3882.
Sofas and armchairsIf reusable, contact a charity. If not reusable, use the bulky ultimate waste collection.
Animal carcassesContact Cremanimo at 819 347-3434 or Recuperation Maillé at 819 847-4907.
Household wastePut them in the black bin for ultimate waste or Go to the landfill.
Radioactive or biomedical wasteObtain a free safe container from a pharmacy or a CLSC and return it after use.
Storm drains, fiberglass and acrylic (showers, canoes, etc.), child car seats, carpets, linoleum (linoleum) and underlay, tarpaulin, pool liner, vinyl, PVS and ABSUse the bulky ultimate waste collection or Go to the landfill.
Insulating materialsGo to the landfill.
Tires for vehicles other than automobilesGo to a specialized garage.
Explosive productsGo to the Sûreté du Québec.
Hazardous residues of commercial or industrial originContact Véolia Environnement, 819 822-1820.
Contaminated earthContact Englobe, 819 829-0101.



Coaticook ecocenter and dump site

Canton de Hatley residents have free access to the Coaticook region eco-center and dump site since January 2007.  Fees may be applicable, especially for materials that have not been sorted. For more information please contact the Coaticook region dump site & eco-center at 1-819-849-9479.

Opening hours
Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4 :30 p.m.
&
Saturday (summer schedule) 8 to 11 :30 a.m. (from first Saturday in June to the last Saturday in September)

Location

Located at 1095 chemin Bilodeau in Coaticook (Barnston).
Take route 141 south toward Coaticook.  In Barnston, turn right on chemin Riendeau, and turn right on chemin Favreau and left on Bilodeau.

Construction materials sorting center in Coaticook

Centre de tri Léon Jacques
435, rue Ernest Lafaille
Coaticook, Québec J1A 3E6
1-819-849-6844