The Household Special Waste Depot and drop off area at the landfill will reopen on Tuesday, May 26 for public use.
Residents are reminded not to dispose of household special waste like paint, batteries, and bleach through curbside garbage collection. These hazardous items can be safely disposed of at the Household Special Waste Depot at 3502 Manning Drive.
Residents can also drop of leaves and brush, Blue Box recyclables, tires, electronics like TVs and monitors, and scrap metal. Please note fees apply for some items.
“Our waste and recycling teams are working tirelessly to make sure London stays clean and our facilities can continue to operate safely,” says Jay Stanford, Director of Environment, Fleet and Solid Waste. “We appreciate the patience of Londoners as we adapt to the impacts of COVID-19, and can now reopen these facilities for the public to use.”
The Household Special Waste Depot and landfill were closed to public access in March as additional on-site health and safety measures needed to be implemented. A number of changes at these sites will now allow the public to safely visit.
- Cash is not accepted until further notice. Credit and Debit continue to be accepted.
- Please continue to maintain physical distancing of at least two metres.
- Complete your visit safely and quickly, and then please leave the depot.
- Do not mingle and socialize at the facilities.
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday - 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday - 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Closed Sundays and Statutory Holidays.
Residents can learn more about what items are collected at the Household Special Waste Depot online.