You can add something else to your recycling this fall in Mississauga
Need to get rid of some batteries?
From October 21 until November 1, 2019, residents of the Peel region may place their single-use household batteries out for curbside collection.
This collection service will provide residents with an easy and convenient way to dispose of their batteries safely.
To prepare used batteries for collection, residents can set out their single-use A, AA, AAA, C, D, 9 volt and button cell household batteries in a transparent, sealable bag.
The batteries must be placed in bags on top of the organics cart.
The region of Peel has recycled 67 tonnes of batteries since 2016, which is helping to reach its goal of 75 per cent waste diversion by the year 2034.
To find out what day battery collection in your area will take place or to find a Community Recycling Centre (CRC) or drop-off barrel near you, click here.
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