Courtesy of City of Dorval Dorval residents can now include plastic number 6 in their HHW and ICT drop-off on April 16 at Ballantyne Park.

The City of Dorval will add polystyrene—better known as plastic number six—to their household hazardous waste (HHW) and information and communications technologies (ICT) collection on April 16.

Residents can bring their articles in the form of foam, coloured, transparent or hard plastics, to the Ballantyne Park parking lot, 520 Bouchard Blvd., from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The easiest way to identify the items are by the number six in a triangle.

ICT waste like computers, screens, printers, televisions, radios and cellphones can also be dropped off the same day. ICT waste is collected by EPRA-Québec, a non-profit organization recognized by RECYC-QUÉBEC and in charge of Quebec Program for the Recovery and Reclamation of Electronic Products.

Only domestic waste is accepted in the collection, not industrial, business nor institutional. A complete list of accepted HHW and ICT waste is available online. For more information, call 514 633-4046.

For the complete list of accepted HHW, click here
For the complete list of accepted electronics, click here

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