Barrie Environmental Centre
272 Ferndale Drive North
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Looking for another way to get rid of your unwanted items? The following links provide information about locations you can take materials for reuse, recycling, and proper disposal.
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The City of Barrie Household Hazardous Waste Depot , is open every Saturday from 9am–4pm at the Environmental Centre (272 Ferndale Drive North). The depot is FREE to all Barrie and Simcoe County residents. Alternative option:
The City works to keep illegal donation bins for clothing and electronics out of the community. Free electronics recycling is available to Barrie residents at the City of Barrie's Environmental Centre (272 Ferndale Drive North). Alternative options:
Cloth diapers are an alternative to disposable diapers. Search online or check out this Barrie-based company:
On-road tires that are off the rim are accepted at the landfill site at no charge through the Ontario Tire Stewardship Program. Tires on the rim have a charge associated with them. Bicycle tires are not accepted for recycling. Alternative option:
Residents are encouraged to consider donating mobility and assistive devices such as walkers, canes, and bath chairs, to local charitable re-use stores, and pick-up services, and classified services.
Syringes, lancets, needles and pharmaceuticals are accepted at the City of Barrie Household Hazardous Waste Depot. The Depot is open every Saturday from 9am-4pm at the Environmental Centre (272 Ferndale Drive North). The depot is FREE to all Barrie and SImcoe County residents. Alternative option:
Residents are encouraged to consider donating used clothing through local charitable re-use stores and pick-up services.
Residents may use any of the following options for disposing of these items:
The Barrie Landfill Site can receive and decommission CFC-containing appliances. Alternative option:
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