What can I take to the Eco Station?

12/25/2019 Off By admin

What can I take to the Eco Station?

Eco Stations accept household hazardous waste, electronics, recyclables, yard waste, bulky items and more….Free Drop-off (Residential Only)

  • Old computer components.
  • Cell phones.
  • Phones, fax machines, answering machines.
  • Power tools, vacuum cleaners, floor polishers.

What does the Eco Station do?

Eco Stations are convenient waste drop-off facilities where you can bring electronics and household hazardous waste like paint, batteries and lights bulbs, and anything that does not belong in your garbage.

Where can I throw away old clothes in Edmonton?

Edmonton Waste Management Centre (Clover Bar Landfill) – 250 Aurum Road SE. Call 780-442-5311 for rates and hours of operation. Eco Station: 5150 – 99 Street (Edmonton location) or 14710 Ellerslie Road SW, Edmonton (Ambleside location). Call 780-442-5311 for hours of operation and more information.

How do I dispose of batteries in Edmonton?

Safely dispose of batteries by removing them from the device and placing tape over both ends to prevent them from coming into other objects that could cause a reaction. Drop the batteries off at an Eco Station, or another drop-off location, for free!

Why is Coronation Eco Station closed?

City of Edmonton – Local Government Please note that Coronation Eco Station will continue to be closed for asphalt repair work, which has been delayed due to weather.

How do I recycle glass jars in Edmonton?

Paper, newspaper, boxes, tin cans, glass jars and bottles, plastic containers and bags are all acceptable items for any of our recycling programs. Note: Please do not put shredded paper in your blue bag or apartment blue bin. Take it to a Recycling Depot or put it in your garbage.

Is bubble wrap recyclable in Edmonton?

Items like pizza boxes, plastic bags, styrofoam and food wrap are some of the most-searched on the City of Edmonton’s WasteWise app. Conventional plastic bags like grocery bags, bread bags, produce bags, dry cleaner bags and sandwich bags can all go in the recycling.

How do you recycle batteries?

How to recycle single-use batteries:

  1. Call your local solid waste district to find out if your community has a collection program or upcoming event.
  2. Search the area for recycling centers that accept single-use batteries using Earth911’s Recycling Search.
  3. Find a mail-in recycling program that accepts batteries.

Where can I throw away paint cans?

If you can’t properly dispose of the paint curbside, let the professionals handle it. Companies like Habitat for Humanity and PaintCare accept leftover paint in order to recycle it. You can also search for a hazardous waste drop-off facility in your area at Earth911.com.

Is Styrofoam good for gardening?

The answer: Not really. In fact, if you are using a pot with little to no drainage, adding Styrofoam packing peanuts could do more harm than good. Because the synthetic material used in traditional Styrofoam peanuts contains no nutrients, it provides no value to the growing plant.