Community Environment Days offer residents the opportunity to reuse, recycle or safely dispose of items including household goods, electronics, and household hazardous waste in their own neighbourhoods. One event will be held in each City ward, taking place on Saturdays and on some Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays between April and July (for 2018).

Tires have been removed (currently listed on the collection calendars) from the list of items collected at Environment Days.

Unwanted or unused household items can be dropped off for recycling, proper disposal or donated for reuse during Community Environment Days.

Items such as kitchen containers will be available (fees may apply). Composters are no longer available from the City of Toronto or at Community Environment day events.

The City of Toronto no longer sells raccoon latches. Alternative types of latches are available at big box stores and hardware stores. Latches must be un-latched for bin to be collected.

Toronto Water no longer sells rain barrels at Community Environment Days. Residents can shop for rain barrels at retail outlets.

Free compost is provided to Toronto residents from April to October on a first come-first served basis at the  Drop-Off Depots.

Residents requiring a replacement Green Bin to use until their area receives delivery of the new bins will be provided with a reconditioned bin. Green Bin exchanges will not be available at Community Environment Day events in areas where the new generation green bin has been delivered.

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