Halton Region provides curbside waste collection to help residents manage their household and special event waste. For more information, visit the Halton Region Waste Management page.
Halton residents may pick up one free Blue Box each year. Broken Blue Boxes and broken Green Carts are recycled into new containers and may be returned and exchanged for free.
Halton Waste Management Site
5400 Regional Road 25, Milton
Monday - Saturday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
If you need to pick-up a Blue Box or Green Cart, please visit the Halton Waste Management Site. In order to ensure a sufficient supply is available to all residences, one blue box and one green cart per vehicle will be provided.
Backyard composters may be picked up at the Halton Waste Management Site. Call 311 or check online availability before visiting.
Residents must attach a tag to each bag in excess of the three bag limit.
Tags cost $2 each and all bags over the three bag/can limit must have a tag attached.
To order garbage tags, visit the Halton Region website.
Unsure how to dispose of items like batteries, paint or used cell phones? Visit Halton Region's Put Waste In It's Place page to find out how to properly get rid of the item.
Report issues about overflowing park bins, missed residential garbage pickup and roadside dumping.Report it now!
Started in 2009, and updated in 2015, our Towards Zero Waste Procedure and Sustainable Purchasing Procedure identify actions that can help staff decrease the town's contribution to the Halton landfill and increase waste diversion across the corporation.
The Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change take annual waste audits on three town facilities, which are conducted each November. These results and other waste initiatives are included in an annual report to Council.
Our Events team can provide you with all the tools needed to host an event that supports our Towards Zero Waste initiatives. Visit our Plan an Event page for more details.
Visit our Volunteering page for opportunities to get involved in waste reduction programs in parks and open spaces.