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Landfill site

By-Law to actualize certain user fees and charges for the City of Clarence-Rockland

By-Law to regulate the management of the Clarence-Rockland Waste Disposal Site

Did You Know

Landfill Site and Household Hazardous Waste Depot

The Clarence-Rockland landfill site is designed to receive solid, non-hazardous residential, commercial and industrial waste generated within the boundaries of the City of Clarence-Rockland.  Tipping fees apply to materials destined to disposal.   A household hazardous waste depot is also present on site to accept up to 100kg of hazardous waste from citizens.

Location: 2335 Lalonde Rd, Bourget

Opening Hours:

From April 1st to November 30th:                                

-Tuesday: 8:30am to 12:30pm                                       

-Thursday: 8:30am to 12:30pm                                      

-Friday: 8:30am to 5pm                                                

-Saturday: 8:30am to 4pm     

From December 1st to March 31st:                       

 -Tuesday: 8:30am to 12:30pm            

-Friday: 8:30am to 5pm                   

 -Saturday: 8:30am to 12:30pm         

When applicable, the landfill site and the household hazardous waste depot will be closed on Statutory Holidays.

Acceptable Waste: 


*All items free of charges must be properly sorted at the right locations when unloading at Landfill site, if not a surcharge of mixed load will apply.



Free of charge when sorted:                           

  • Yard waste                                                     
  • Branches (up to 12in in diameter)                    
  • Household hazardous waste (limit of 100kg)     
  • Blue and black box recyclables                                    
  • Scrap metal (without refrigerants)                    
  • Tires                                                              
  • Textiles                                                          
  • Electronics
  • Bale wrapping

Upon payment of tipping fees*:

  • Residential and commercial solid, non-hazardous waste
  • Construction and demolition waste
  • Items with refrigerant
  • Concrete and sand
  • Construction wood
  • *Contaminated soils**
  • *Asbestos**

*Surcharges and/or mixed load fee if applicable

**Conditional to approval by Director of Infrastructure and Planning.   Contact department prior to planned work.


Rates are calculated by weight (ton). Here is a list of the commonly used rates:

  • Minimum fee: $20.00
  • Items with refrigerant: $20.00
  • Alternative cover and cement: $45.00 / ton
  • Construction wood: $45.00 / ton
  • Residential, commercial and construction waste: $90.00 / ton
  • *Mixed loads: $135.00 / ton
  • *Asbestos: $300/ton**
  • Surcharge for prohibited materials: $10.00 to $30.00 per item**

*Surcharges and/or mixed load fee if applicable

**Conditional to approval by Director of Infrastructure and Planning.   Contact department prior to planned work.

Other services:

Weigh tickets (fees apply)                                                 


PROHIBITED MATERIALS:  No person shall, at the Clarence-Rockland Waste Disposal Site, deposit any of the following materials: see by-law 2018-48 for more details.


(1) sludge from septic tanks or septage;


(2) highly flammable or volatile substances, including ashes.


(3) the carcass of any animal or part thereof save bona fide kitchen waste;


(4) hauled sewage.


(5) sewage, human or animal excrement, with the exception of domestic animal excrement which has been properly packaged in a closed container such as a plastic bag with the open end tied off;


(6) explosive material;


(7) ammunition, firearms and explosives


(8) pharmaceuticals or dangerous chemical waste;


(9) pathological waste;


(10) liquid waste;


(11) sharps


(12) any dangerous and hazardous material such as poisons, hot live ashes, caustics, acids, pesticides, herbicides, radioactive material, industrial process sludge, biomedical waste, substances which may cause personal or environmental problems; see Household Hazardous Waste Depot


(13) material originating from a material recovery facility (MRF), unless material is defined as residue and authorized by Director of Infrastructure and Planning;


(14) live animals or birds.


(15) any material under a landfill ban from any level of government to which the jurisdiction of the City of Clarence-Rockland is subject.


(16) any material deposited with the intent to damage any vehicle.


(17) any waste that is suspected to have been or has been generated outside the boundaries of the City of Clarence-Rockland or for which proof of origin cannot be provided upon request.


(18) any waste that the Director of Infrastructure and Planning assesses should not be landfilled for precautionary reasons or because of a lack of information regarding the material.



Household Hazardous Waste Depot

Who can use the depot?

Residents only. The depot is not designed to meet business needs. It is prohibited to dispose Household hazardous waste products in the curbside garbage collection.

What can I bring to the depot?


Accepted products:




-Aerosol containers




-All types of batteries(including car batteries and rechargeable batteries)


-Used oil


-Cooking oil


-Light bulbs and fluorescent tubes


-Gas and mixed gas (must be in a sealed container)


-Oil filters




-Pesticides and garden fertilizers


-Pool products


-Propane tanks




-Adhesives and glue








Refused products:


-B.P.C. Drums


-Smoke detectors and CO2 detectors




-Explosives and munitions


- Ashes


Electronic Equipment and Obsolete Computer Systems 

As of April 30, 2010, the City of Clarence-Rockland will accept electronic equipment and outdated computer systems FREE at the landfill for residents. 

This new program will allow residents to deposit in appropriate containers cellular phones, CD players, MP3 players, DVD players, televisions, computers and other obsolete electrical and electronic waste. They will be transported to recycling companies. 

These wastes are equivalent to at least 40 tons shipped to our landfill site each year. Residents wishing to dispose of their electronic waste can visit  for more details. 

We recommend the removal of all your personal data on your hard drives as well as your phones and cameras. You will be asked to sign a form to this effect if you do not remove your personal information. The City of Clarence-Rockland and the Ontario Electronics Stewardship will not be held responsible for any information which may remain on your devices. 

We do not accept ink cartridges that are obsolete or unusable.