The City of Edmonton does not accept medical waste from commercial entities. Used personal protective equipment (PPE), such as single-use gloves and facemasks, can be disposed of with other landfill waste. To dispose of biomedical waste as defined under Bylaw C18590, please contact a medical waste management company for more information.
Wearing a mask or face covering is mandatory when indoors at any City of Edmonton facility. Please social distance and keep at least 2 metres from others.
The Movies 12 Community Recycle Depot is closing permanently as of September 24, 2021. Residents can use the Clareview Recreation Centre (3804 139 Avenue) as an alternate location.
Edmonton’s Community Recycling Depots are a convenient way to dispose of recyclables from your home or small business. Most locations are open 7 days per week, 24 hours per day. Each bin has a label on the front to tell you what type of product should be placed in it. Please carefully read the labels and follow the instructions.
When dropping off Christmas trees, please do not place them in the depot bins. Simply leave them anywhere within the depot area, off to the side and out of the way.
It is illegal to leave garbage, non-recyclable materials, and large items such as fridges, renovation materials and furniture at the City’s Recycling Depots. Illegal dumping at Recycling Depots is monitored and offenders will be fined $250.