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Eco Stations

Eco Station

Eco Stations are comprehensive waste drop-off facilities:

  • Bring your household hazardous waste such as needles/syringes*, leftover paint, light bulbs, oven cleaner and car batteries at no charge!
  • Bring your electrical appliances, old computer monitors, toasters, printers, power tools, etc. at no charge (Charges apply to items requiring CFC removal)
  • Bring your big bulky items like old sofas, fencing and rubble, anything you might take to a landfill. (Charges apply).
  • Bring your household recyclables such as newspaper, metal cans, milk jugs, and more!
  • Eco Stations now accept Reuse Centre donations. You can take items accepted at the Reuse Centre to any Eco Station free of charge.

*Needles/syringes should be brought packaged in a thick screw-top plastic bottle like a laundry detergent bottle. Milk jugs and vinegar bottles are not acceptable containers.

Eco Stations cannot accept:
  • Commercial hazardous waste
  • Commercial biomedical waste
  • Expired medications
  • Explosives
  • Radioactive waste
  • Munitions
  • Fireworks
  • Pressurized gases

Take home some free paint. Usable paint is offered to customers free of charge (limit 4 cans/visit - quality not guaranteed). Since 1995 over 350,000 litres of free paint has been given away.

Check out the Ambleside Eco Station Reuse Area to see if there is a reusable item for you!

If you're wondering what can be recycled, thrown out, or taken to an Eco Station, read the What Goes Where? poster.

Convenient 30 litre bags of Second Nature® horticulture compost are available for sale at $6 per bag at all three Eco Stations.

For more information:


In Edmonton: 311

Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

Email wasteman@edmonton.ca