HOW TO PLAN YOUR VISIT

Please plan your unloading in order to respect the closing hours. The Régie recalls that the eco-centers operate on a self-service basis;

Citizens must be able to dispose of heavy objects independently. Also, sorting materials by category before arriving at the ecocentre speeds up the service;

Please be courteous to the employees and other users of the ecocentres during your visit.

We thank you for your collaboration.

We invite people to subscribe to our Facebook page and to consult our website at www.laregieverte.ca

ONLINE APPLICATION FORMS

The City of Shannon would like to inform citizens that for any issues concerning waste management (bins, collection, ecocentres, the citizen’s guide, salvageable material, forms, etc.), you must communicate directly with the Régie régionale de gestion des matières résiduelles de Portneuf, which now has five new online application forms:

  • Rolling bin (green bin/brown bin) request
  • Recyclable material container request (commercial multi-unit)
  • Maintenance and repair request
  • Waste not picked up
  • Residential septic tank drainage request.

For more informations, visit laregieverte.ca

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Chart for accepted materials in recycling bins RRGMRP

Below are the residual materials prohibited for your wheeled bin!

  • Batteries, batteries or bulbs: you can recycle them through specialized channels. There are also many collection points in supermarkets.
  • Expired medications: these must be brought to the pharmacy to ensure that they are disposed of in an environmental and safe manner.
  • Electrical and electronic equipment: there are dedicated sectors for this type of residual material. You can take them back to a distributor. You can also donate it to an association or drop it off at an ecocentre. Some mobile operators collect your old cell phone in store to recondition it or give it to an association.
  • Edible oils: they can be thrown into your ordinary bin in small quantities, but it is preferable to deposit them in ecocentres.
  • Motor oils and other waste oils: you can dispose of them in ecocentres.
  • Tires: they must be returned to a garage or an ecocentre. Do not hesitate to call your mechanic in advance to make sure that he takes over the old tires.

By depositing your residual materials in the right place, you contribute to the protection of the environment. You also contribute to the proper functioning of your municipal facilities and to the safety of the employees who work there.

COLLECTION CALENDAR SHANNON

2022 COLLECTION CALENDAR FOR SHANNON
2023 COLLECTION CALENDAR FOR SHANNON

INSTRUCTIONS TO FOLLOW – 2023 collections of fir trees, bulky items and grasses and leaves

Branch pick-up

Date : No more pick-up for the year 2022

Branches must be on the road on the first day to facilitate pickup.

NOTE THAT BRANCHES MUST:
Be assembled in bundles;
Do not exceed a length of 4 feet;
Be placed on the edge of the street;

The City of Shannon reminds you that as part of the branch collection it is important to release access to the fire hydrants to facilitate the work of firefighters.

Septic tank emptying 2022

The septic tank emptying for 2022 will take place on the SOUTH side.

A notice by mail is sent to the citizens concerned (3) three weeks before the scheduled date.

In order to prepare yourself well, we invite you to look at the steps to follow in preparing the draining of your septic system.

Watch the video (French only)

For any questions, please contact the Land Planning Department at 418 844-3778.

Bulk garbage pick-up

Dates: No more pick-up for the year 2022

To know the accepted materials click HERE

Leaf pick-up

Please take note that the next leaf pick-up for 2022 will be on:

  • Monday, November 7

Please note that Shannon residents must drop off waste at the Ste-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier,  Neuville Ecocentre or at the Saint-Raymond Ecocentre and may not, under any circumstances, drop off waste at the Val-Bélair Ecocentre.

Électronic material deposit

Please note that the City of Shannon provides citizens with sites for the disposal of electronic and computer equipment and battery, located near the municipal garage at 79 chemin de Gosford.

Schedule modification
The City of Shannon wishes to inform residents of a change in the schedule for the deposit of electronic materials.

From now on, and to avoid overflowing the container, citizens will be able to drop off their electronic and computer equipment only on Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Outside these hours, the compartment will be locked with a padlock.

ACCEPTED ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:

  • Computers
  • Televisions
  • Other electronic equipment

PROHIBITION ON THE DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

To ensure the safety of the citizens, the City of Shannon now prohibits the deposit of hazardous materials in all the containers of the City including the gray container located near the municipal garage at 79, Gosford Road.

The gray container is strictly reserved for the recovery of computer equipment such as printers, monitors, cell phones and other parts. Hazardous materials such as containers of used paint, aerosol cans, chlorine containers, propane tanks, etc., must be deposited at the Ecocentre Ste-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier located at 150, rue Clément-Paquet or Neuville located at 1310, chemin du Site.

Please note that the city’s containers are equipped with surveillance cameras and that any offense is punishable by a fine.

We thank all our citizens for your usual collaboration.

Please note that household appliances are not accepted.

ECOCENTRE CONTACT INFORMATION

Ste-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier Ecocentre

150, rue Clément-Paquet (Secteur du parc industriel, accès par la rue Edward-Assh et Elzéar-Bertrand)
G3N 3E5

Telephone : 418 876-2714
Toll free: 1 866 760-2714
Website

Neuville Ecocentre

1310, chemin du Site
G0A 2R0

Telephone : 418 873-1250
Fax: 418 873-1290
Website

Saint-Raymond Ecocentre

590, chemin Bourg-Louis
G3L 4G2

Telephone : 418 876-2714
Toll Free : 1 866 760-2714
Website