Items we CANNOT accept at this time:
– Electric toothbrushes
– Hair dryers or Straighteners
– Food mixers
– Vacuum cleaners
– Radium dials
– Smoke detectors
– Mercury switches
– Aerosol Containers
– Propane Tanks
– Gas Tanks
– Pipes with lead
Drop Off – FOR FREE
CPU’s, Laptops, Servers, A/V Equipment, Desktop printers, Fax machines, Telephones, Cellphones, PDA’s, Portable Audio, Keyboard, Mice, CD drives, DVD Drives, Monitors and TV’s.
Small Metal Household Appliances
Kettles, toasters, toasters ovens, blenders, clothes irons (plastic handles acceptable)
Pots and Pans (both electric and stove top), Baking sheets, water taps, and hand tools,
Drill, saw, sander, planer, nailer, stapler, grinder, sharpener, router … electric, air and battery operated (batteries removed)
Cardboard and Paper
Drop Off – FOR A FEE
White Styrofoam (White Styrofoam Only, No Colored, Egg Cartons or Meat trays)
With the EcoCentre on site, Crown Shred & Recycling can accept used oil from RESIDENTIAL customers only; 20 litres of used oil per customer per visit and the corresponding volume of filters and containers. Drums of used oil are no longer accepted.
Used oil materials can be dropped off during Crown Shred & Recycling’s regular operating hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Companies with larger volumes can contact a registered collector to pick up from their place of business.
Pricing structure for the EcoCentre.
- Used oil – No Charge
- Filters – No Charge
- Oil, antifreeze, diesel exhaust fluid jugs and pails – No Charge
- Gasoline & Diesel Fuel – No Charge
- Automotive antifreeze – No Charge
We do not take unlisted items. Place used filters inside building. DO NOT drop off any unapproved items.
Our Collection Process
- The customer is expected to empty used oil into the large drum.
- Put the used oil container into the proper disposal bag.
- For all other types of deliveries the customer must report to the office for proper direction.
Please note: This area is under 24 hour camera surveillance