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Together, residents and the Municipality can help make West Nipissing safer and more environmentally friendly. 

Blue Box Curbside Pickup
  • Curbside Recycling gets picked up every other week.
  • Please use two blue boxes: one for paper, and the other for acceptable recyclables made of plastic, glass and metals.
  • Place your recyclables at the curb no earlier than 7 pm on the eve and no later than 7am on the morning of a pick up.
  • Waste and Recyclables that are not sorted or contained properly could be left at the curb.

New to the Blue Bin Curbside Pickup program?
Your household may be eligible to receive a pair of blue bins at no cost.

Need new bins?
If free bins have been provided for your address in the past, you can buy an additional pair for $10.

For information on curbside requirements and what to do in the event of a missed collection, see the Curbside Waste and Recycling page.
Recycling Depots

24/7 Access Recycling Depots

  • Verner Arena Parking Lot
  • Crystal Falls and Tomiko Lake Area- Boat Launching Site on Crystal Falls Road
  • Field – Larocque Street behind Riverview Market
  • North Monetville Fire Hall

All Landfill Sites have recycling bins for cardboard, newspapers, glass, tin, aluminum and plastics. They are accessible during landfill hours of operations.

Recyclable Materials



  • Corrugated cardboard, broken down, no bigger than 24” x 24” (60 x 60 cm)
  • Newspaper and flyers
  • Boxboard (cereal, tissue, cracker boxes)
  • Catalogues and magazines
  • Hard and softcover books
  • Phone books
  • Household and office paper
  • Greeting cards
  • Paper egg cartons and coffee trays


  • Aluminum cans
  • Plastic containers (symbols #1-7)
  • Cans (lids removed)
  • Glass bottles and jars (lids removed)
  • Plastic containers (symbols #1-7)
  • Empty, dry paint cans (lids removed)

Return your LCBO beverage containers to The Beer Store for a full deposit refund. Visit to learn more.


  • Garbage
  • Hazardous waste
  • Clothing
  • Plastic wrap
  • Windows & mirrors
  • Pots & pans/kitchen ware
  • Syringes
  • Fast food drinking cups
  • Hard plastics (dishes, toys, laundry baskets, hoses, tupperware)

Find out if a specific item should go in the garbage or recycling using the “What goes where” search engine below.

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