Waste Management

As of May 1st, all materials will only be collected streetside or along lanes easily accessible to waste collection trucks.

See the Clean Westmount Initiative project page for more details.

The term residual material, or waste, represents any material or object discarded by households, industries, businesses or institutions that is eliminated or reclaimed. This includes garbage, which is buried, and recuperable and putrescible materials that are recyclable, reusable or compostable.

The City of Westmount promotes a management of waste that reduces the amount of garbage sent to landfill. Residents are strongly encouraged to reduce their waste production at the source, meaning at home, at school and at work, by participating in all collections offered by the City.

GARBAGE

RECYCLING

FOOD WASTE

GREEN WASTE

HOUSEHOLD WASTE AND DEPOT SITES

BULKY ITEMS

Tools

Consult all the essential information about waste collection and discover helpful tips!

At a glance, see all the scheduled collections dates for the year for single family homes and buildings of 1-8 units.

Use this handy chart to answer the question “where does it go?” when sorting your waste.

Green Grants

Did you know that the City offers grants for your sustainable purchases? You could be reimbursed up to $150 depending on the applicable grant category! Discover the conditions and the list of all eligible products on the Green Grants page.