Services and facilities temporarily affected in Mississauga due to COVID-19
Services and facilities in the Region of Peel are temporarily being affected to help slow down the rate of the COVID-19 virus.
While there are no changes to garbage, recycling and organics collection, the Region of Peel would like to remind residents to put gloves, masks and other home healthcare waste in the garbage and not in the recycling.
It’s important to note that in-person garbage bag tag sales are currently suspended at all municipal facilities in the region. Bag tags can still be purchased online.
Until further notice, Peel Community Recycling Centres (CRCs) are not accepting electronics, tires or white goods such as stoves, fridges and dishwashers.
Rain barrel, backyard composter sales, and free kitchen container pickup have been suspended and compost sales have been postponed until further notice.
Donation drop-off areas at the Brampton, Heart Lake, Fewster and Battleford CRCs are open.
The Brampton, Heart Lake, Fewster and Battleford CRCs are open and continue to accept goods and clothing donations.
The Salvation Army Thrift Store at the Brampton CRC and Evolve Lifestyle at the Bolton CRC are both closed until further notice. Donation drop-off at the Caledon CRC has also been suspended until further notice.
The Region of Peel will continue to update residents as changes happen.
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