Collections of residual waste material and site deposit

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Garbage and recycling collection alternates every second week. The day of collection varies depending on your area. Compost is collected every Monday from April to November and every Monday from December to March in all sectors.

Collection times: between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m., depending the day scheduled in your area.


Find below the schedule of 2022 collections by sector:

Click here  to consult the entire 2022 Municipal Calendar

Information regarding the collections of residual waste material and site deposit

The following information is regarding the various types of waste collections carried out only on weekdays by the City (garbage, recycling, organic waste and green waste)

The City also provides to the resident a special waste site deposit located at the municipal garage.

Collection schedule:

Between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.

On the scheduled day



To know which days are planned in your area for each collection or for more information regarding the material that are accepted and rejected in the various collection, Click here to check the 2021 Municipal Calendar edition


Reporting a problem? 

You would like to report a problem regarding a broken collection bin such as a wheel, a lid or the container itself ?  or  If your collection bin was not picked up at your address on the scheduled day?

Please send us your requests via our website under the tab:

  ⇒ Comments and requests



The day of collection varies depending on your  housing area.

Frequency of collection: one every two weeks  between 7 am and 6 pm

Consult the collection map by area in the Municipal Calendar of the current year.



The  day of collection  varies depending on your  housing area.

Frequency of collection: one every two weeks  between 7 am and 6 pm

Consult the collection map by area in the Municipal Calendar of the current year.

•  Over Largecardboard boxes:  (size 3’x3′) are accepted tied together at all times, at the Deux-Montagnes train station, in the parking lot, near the Olympia arena.

As a reminder, consult this document produced by the City to help you to use the recycle bin at home :  Reminder to avoid sorting with your eyes closed



The Organics collection day is  every Monday  for all living areas.

All year :

From December 1 to March 31 , the collection takes place every other week between 7 am and 6 pm

From April 1 to November 30 , pick-up is every Monday between 7 am and 6 pm

For general information on the proper management of organic materials in your bin, consult the practical guide:

⇒  Practical guide of the organic material

To know the organic materials which are accepted and rejected in the brown bin: consult this reminder list:

 ⇒ Reminder list by clicking here



The leaf collection is scheduled every Friday from October 28 to November 25. 2021 . An additional collection is scheduled for the spring,  May 5, 2021.

Important: The dead leaves must be placed in paper bags only. Plastic bags are no longer authorized (even biodegradable plastic bags). The paper bags containing dead leaves must be placed at the curb starting at 7 p.m. the day before collection, or no later than 7 a.m. the morning of collection.

Three ways of disposing of dead leaves:

  1. Leaves must be stacked  in paper bags for yard waste  and deposited at the curb starting at 7 p.m. the day before leaf collection, or no later than 7 a.m. on the morning of collection.
  2. The City also encourages its citizens to  use their brown bin  to dispose of dead leaves and other green residues such as excess grass, roots, plants, small branches, shavings, conifer needle bark. Please note! Do not fill the brown bin with soil or potting soil, as this would make it too heavy and damage it during mechanical collection.
  3. Citizens may  practice leaf cycling (feuillicyclage) . Learn more about this method, which consists of mowing dead leaves and leaving them on the ground rather than raking them :




Before being placed at the curb, natural trees must be placed at the curb without their decorations and not wrapped in plastic bags.

A special collection of Christmas trees is planned in all residential areas onlyon Thursday, January 14, 2021.  Note that the operation may extend a few days.



Bulky waste collection is scheduled every third Thursday of each month  between 7 am and 6 pm.

An extra collection is planned for July 7, 2022 on Moving Day.


The  materials accepted  in the collection of bulky waste:

• Appliances

• Furniture

• Swimming pool (rolled up canvas and parts attached)

• Pool filter (emptied of its contents)

• Patio furniture

• B.B.Q.

• Dishes and household articles (contained in boxes)


The  materials rejected  in the collection of bulky waste:

• Renovation materials or demolition debris (see Dry Materials Depot)

• Treated wood and garden trellis (stained or natural)

• Tires (with or without rims)



For a fee charge (variable according to quantity), the City offers the service of picking up tree and shrub branches to the citizens’ homes fromApril 15 to November 15 of each year.

How to take advantage of the branch pick-up service?

  • The citizens of Deux-Montagnes can have their branches picked up at home by registering directly with the Public Works Department : 450 473-2796, option 1.
  • The branches must be placed on the citizen’s property, at the edge of the street and parallel to it (in the direction of road traffic).
  • Branches should not exceed 8 feet in length and should NOT be tied.
  • Please note: branches placed in a jumble will not be picked up.

Deposit open all year round

It is important to know that citizens can always come and drop off their tree branches themselves at the municipal garage all year round, AT NO COST. The depot’s business hours are Monday to Thursday from 8 am to 11:30 am and 1 pm to 4:30 pm, as well as Friday from 8 am to 11:30 am Proof of residence will be required.



Every  1st Saturday of April to November,  residents can bring their household hazardous waste free of charge to the site deposit located at the municipal garage between 9 am and 3 pm A proof of residence is required.

The  materials accepted  in the collection :

• used motor oil,
• paint,
• solvent,
• thinner,
• pesticide
• glue,
• propane tank
• batteries of all kinds and anti-freeze batteries

If you have any doubts about which hazardous products are accepted at the site deposit, contact the Public Works Department directly at  450 473-2796 option 1.




The depot is available to residents wishing to dispose of demolition debris and other materials used during renovation work, for a fee depending on the quantity deposited.

The depot is located at 625, 20th Avenue and it is open during the following business hours:

Monday to Thursday, 8 am to 11:30 am and 1 pm to 4:30 pm

as well as on Fridays from 8 am to 11:30 am


A rate of  $12 per cubic yard (1v³), taxes included, is required to dispose of the materials. A trailer from 4′ x 8′ x 2,5′ or a pick-up truck of the same dimensions will be considered as having a volume of three cubic yards (3v³) therefore, the fee for loading such a quantity is  $36. The fee is payable at the Public Works counter.


The deposit is  free of charge  for the following materials:

  • Tree branches,
  • Tires (without rims)
  • Large folded cardboard boxes  that do not fit in the recycling bin.

The  accepted materials  are:

  • Construction or demolition rubbish (example: wood and shingles)
  • Built-in furniture made of wood or metal

The  rejected materials  are:

  • Earth (soil excavation)
  • Stone, brick, cement, concrete and asphalt siding



Containers for recovering used batteries of all sizes and types (except car batteries) are available to citizens in three municipal buildings:

– The municipal garage

– At City Hall

– At the Library



Every  first Saturday of  the month,  from April to November,  residents can drop their used electronic device at the municipal garage between 9 am and 3 pm

➡   Click here  for a detailed list of products accepted.

The  accepted appliances  are :

– Computer

– Tablet

– Phone

– Radio, audio system

– Flat-screen TV

The rejected devices are:

– Small household appliances

– Toaster

– Sweeper-vacuum









Deux-Montagnes citizens can now take advantage of a free pick up service for used furniture and appliances.

Furniture donation process

  • Collection requests must be submitted online:
  • The furniture must be in good condition and meet cleanliness standards. A picture of the item is required by the organization before collection to avoid any misunderstandings and unnecessary travel.
  • For moving large furniture, the entrance door must already have been removed to facilitate handling.
  • No item may be added to a collection if it has not been previously accepted by the organization, in order to prevent disruption to the carrier’s management of space and time.
  • For collection of non-functional appliances, they must be placed outside the home the day before the collection and protected from the weather. Citizens should be careful not to place items at the curbside in order to avoid theft.


Contact the Public Works Department to find out all you need to know about the waste disposal facilities available at the municipal garage.

The Public Works Department is located at:

625, 20th Avenue, Deux-Montagnes

Phone:  450 473-2796 option 1


Opening hours:

Monday to Thursday, from 8 am to 11:30 am

and from 1 pm to 4:30 pm

as well as on Fridays from 8 am to 11:30 am