Collection of materials

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The Town of Hudson urges residents to adopt sound environmental practices, especially distinguishing between waste, recyclable materials, food waste and green residues

Instructions on the use of wheeled bins

The vehicles used for garbage and recycling collection are equipped with a mechanical arm to lift the 240 and 360L wheeled bins. Food waste collection is done manually. For your bins to be emptied, it is important to follow the instructions below. Failure to do so may result in your bin not being picked up and may, in some circumstances, lead to a fine.

The wheeled bins are the property of the Town: blue for recycling, green for garbage and brown for compost. Each bin has a serial number associated with an address. The bins must not be interchanged with those of your neighbours. We recommend that you put your address in the space provided on the bin.

Placement of the bins for collection

The placement of the bins must not prevent snow removal or street cleaning.

In winter, because of the snow removal, the bins must be placed in the driveway entrance. Place your bin 1 meter from the street (not in the street or on the sidewalk), wheels facing your home. If you have multiple collections on the same day, place your bins a minimum of 30 cm apart from each other, and a minimum of 1 metre away from any objects, trees, cars, etc., in order to allow room for the mechanical arm to access your bin.

Bin placement

When to put out your bins

Place your bin at the end of your driveway in the evening before the collection, as the trucks do not always pass at the same time so pickup may be very early in the morning. Be sure to store your bins by 8 pm on the day of collection.

Maintenance

Regular cleaning of the bins is strongly suggested, especially before repairs or replacement of a bin.

Contact us

To report a broken or uncollected bin, contact the Town at 450-458-5347, extension 207.

The Champions of Recycling

The MRC Vaudreuil-Soulanges is pleased to present its first cohort of “Champions of Recycling” as part of the 2018 Québec Waste Reduction Week (in French only).

Discover the new tool to help sort your residual materials (available in French only):

In Hudson, household garbage collection is on Mondays in the eastern sector and Thursdays in the western sector. Collection for the central sector is on Mondays and Thursdays.

The collection of bulk waste is on the third Friday of the month. It is necessary to register your bulk waste with the Urban Planning department at 450-458-5347, ext 207 before 11 a.m. the Thursday before the 3rd Friday of each month.

Next bulk items collection dates:
Registration before 11 am on… For bulk waste collection on…
Thursday May 16 Friday May 17
Thursday June 20 Friday June 21
Thursday July 18 Friday July 19
Thursday August 15 Friday August 16
Thursday September 19 Friday September 20
Thursday October 17 Friday October 18
Thursday November 14 Friday November 15
Thursday December 19 Friday December 20

Material not accepted: glass, tires, wheels, metal pipes, electronics, televisions, computers, small household appliances, renovation and demolition material, earth, brick, wood, asphalt, light bulbs, paint, oil, hazardous household waste (HHW)

The above are to be transported to the ecocentres:
Vaudreuil Eco-Centre 2800, Henry Ford, Vaudreuil 450-455-5434
Rigaud Eco-Centre 32, rue de la Coopérative, Rigaud 450-451-0869

PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS ON THE DRAFT MODIFICATION OF PMGMR 2015-2020

The Commission on the Environment will hold public consultation sessions from May 15 to 27, 2019 n the proposed amendment to the 2015-2020 Residual Materials Management Plan (RMMP).  This change aims to take into account some important recent events, such as the current recycling crisis, the impacts of plastics, the circular economy, etc. Here are some of the proposed additions:

  • Reducing the amount of containers, packaging and printed matter
  • Increasing the rates charged to businesses that use containers, packaging and printed matter, based on the extent to which the materials chosen are recyclable
  • Reducing the use of plastic
  • Modernizing the deposit-return system
  • Controlling sorting centre output
  • Informing, educating and increasing the awareness of citizens, industry, merchants and institutions as to the importance of participating in activities targeting waste prevention and the recovery and development of waste materials.

Public consultation process

The public consultations regarding the draft amendment of the RMMP are solely intended to hear formal opinions, comments and suggestions regarding the matter under consideration. The MMC will hear anyone who wishes to speak up regarding the issue. Interested parties must first submit their opinions or thoughts by means of a written statement, which can be accompanied by oral comments during the planned public consultation meetings. A questionnaire is also provided on the website so that everyone can express their opinion on the proposals.

Complete the on-line questionnaire

To find out more: 

Website: www.cmm.qc.ca

Recycling collection takes place every week on Mondays. Bins should be placed on your private property a maximum of one metre from the curb.

Face the wheels towards your residence so that the lid opens to the street. Make sure the bin is free of other objects within a perimeter of 60 cm.

Materials accepted in recycling collection are:

Paper and cardboard (newspapers, flyers, magazines, books, telephone directories, egg cartons, cardboard tubes, non-metallic paper packaging, juice or milk cartons, etc.)

Plastic (water and soft drink bottles, grocery bags, packaging products, rinsed milk or frozen vegetable bags, bread bags, etc.)

All glass containers

Cans, aluminum items, bottle caps, etc.

For more details,

The Vaudreuil-Soulanges MRC Écocentres are regional facilities that serve as a complement to existing municipal collection services.

Unsure what to do with materials that are not accepted as part of municipal waste collection? Make an environmentally friendly choice by bringing them to one of your local Écocentres!

The Écocentre services are available only to residents of the 23 municipalities within the Vaudreuil-Soulanges MRC. Residents can deposit up to 12 m3 of materials every year, free of charge.

You must sort all of your materials before arriving at any of the ecocentres located in the Vaudreuil-Soulanges MRC.

Important: organic waste such as leaves, branches, soil and grass clippings are not accepted.

Make sure you bring proof of residence from any of the 23 Vaudreuil-Soulanges municipalities when you visit one of your local Écocentres

Location

Opening hours

  • Winter
    (November 1st to March 31)
    • Monday to Thursday
      Closed;
    • Friday
      8:00 AM to 5:00 PM;
    • Saturday and Sunday
      9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

  • Summer
    (April 1st to October 31)
    • Monday
      Closed;
    • Tuesday to Friday
      8:00 AM to 5:00 PM;
    • Saturday and Sunday
      9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

For more information on Ecocentre operations and materials accepted, visit the website of MRC Vaudreuil-Soulanges: