What is e-waste?


E-waste includes outdated or broken electronic equipment, such as:

  • Cameras
  • Cellphones, cordless phones, and land lines
  • Computers
  • Computer monitors
  • Other electronic and computer accessories
  • Printers, scanners, and fax machines
  • Televisions


Consult the detailed list of products accepted by authorized drop-off points


How to dispose of e-waste


You can now dispose of small electronic waste at Town Hall (100 Chemin d'Old Chelsea). These can be placed in the Electrobac at reception.

What's accepted:

  • Chargers and cables;
  • Peripherals;
  • Small electronics;
  • Ink cartridges.

What is refused:

  • Batteries;
  • Light bulbs;
  • CDs, DVDs and VHS;
  • Large electronics.

Larger electronic waste such as televisions, computers, etc. can be brought to the Ecocentre du Boulevard de la Carrière (860 Boulevard de la Carrière, Gatineau).


For more information on the list of accepted electronic products and to find a drop-off point, we invite you to visit the provincial website by clicking here.

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