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Mobile Events are Back!

We are thrilled to be able to restart our Mobile Event series for Hazardous Waste! While you can always still visit us at the Depot at 75 Wallbridge Crescent during our summer hours of operation, we cannot wait to visit you in your communities as well! Here is a list of all Mobile Events scheduled… Continue reading Mobile Events are Back!

Spring Cleaning

With some “extra” time on our hands, staying at home this season may (will?) entail some Spring cleaning! From hazardous waste to unrecyclable plastics, we want to make sure you know where to go with all your waste. With on-going changes to regulations, we also encourage you to check-back here often, as we will be… Continue reading Spring Cleaning

Our Top 6 Household Hazardous Waste Materials

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Our Top 6 Household Hazardous Waste Materials At our Household and Electronic Waste Depot, we see lots of hazardous materials. And quite often we get asked ‘what happens to the hazardous waste once you get it?’. Here are our top 6 household hazardous waste materials we receive and what happens to it after it’s landed… Continue reading Our Top 6 Household Hazardous Waste Materials

Why Do We Recycle Hazardous Waste?

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Why Do We Recycle Hazardous Waste? Disposing hazardous waste properly is important! Besides having a safe place to dispose of it, it can also be turned into new materials like new paint or new energy! We’ve compiled a list of our most frequent items received at our Household Hazardous & Electronic Waste Depot. Paint Latex… Continue reading Why Do We Recycle Hazardous Waste?

Waste Reduction Week in Canada

Waste Reduction Week In Canada

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! It’s Waste Reduction Week in Canada this week from October 21-27, 2019. What does that mean? It means every week is waste reduction week, but this week, in particular, we put special emphasis on specific ways we can reduce waste. Focusing solely on the principles of circular economy, resource efficiency and waste… Continue reading Waste Reduction Week in Canada

Five Tips for Safe and Easy Battery Recycling

With changes to the Battery Collection program, we wanted to share the five tips for safe and easy battery recycling in preparation for our Fall Battery Collection. Here are the top 5 tips from Call2Recycle: Safety first! Be sure to safely prep your batteries. There are two options: bag or tape. Option A: Bag each… Continue reading Five Tips for Safe and Easy Battery Recycling

25 Years of Hazardous Waste Recycling!

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Our Hazardous and Electronic Waste program is celebrating 25 years this year! That’s 25 amazing years of diverting hazardous material from our landfills and environment. To celebrate, we’d like to invite everyone who is serviced by Quinte Waste Solutions to visit our depot located at 75 Wallbridge Crescent in Belleville on June 2nd. Between 9… Continue reading 25 Years of Hazardous Waste Recycling!

Loop Paint Recycles the Office

The administration office for Quinte Waste Solutions is attached to the recycling facility at 270 West St. in Trenton, and has been painted copper since, well since a long time. It was due for a makeover. But we’ll get back to that. Any time you drop off your unused and unwanted cans of paint to our… Continue reading Loop Paint Recycles the Office

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