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Reuse if in good condition:

  • Donate to charitable organizations
  • Hold a garage sale
  • Sell through consignment shops or classified ads
  • Post on an exchange website (Wellington.Reuses.com)
  • Take small furniture to a County Reuse Centre
  • Use the free Bulky Item Posting Board at County Reuse Centres for large furniture

If in poor condition and made of wood, divert from landfill by taking to the Aberfoyle, Belwood, Harriston, or Riverstown waste facility.

If in poor condition and made primarily of metal, divert from landfill by placing in a scrap metal bin at any County waste facility.

Otherwise, place in the garbage.

Please choose from the option(s) below for more information.


Disposal Options

Canadian Diabetes - Clothesline
Clothesline accepts reusable clothing donations and small household items (furniture in some locations). For locations and drop boxes, contact Clothesline.

Phone: 1-800-505-5525

http://www.diabetes.ca/get-involved/supporting-us/clothesline/

County Reuse Centres
Provide a last chance to give a second life to items that would otherwise be landfilled. Fees apply to drop off items. No charge to take items. No charge to use the Bulky Item Posting Board.

Phone:

http://www.wellington.ca/en/residentservices/reusecentres.asp

County Scrap Metal Recycling
Fees apply.

Phone:

http://www.wellington.ca/en/residentservices/scrapmetalandappliances.asp

County Wood/Brush Chipping
Fees apply.

Phone:

http://www.wellington.ca/en/residentservices/woodbrushyardwaste.asp

Salvation Army
Donate gently used clothing and household goods to your local Salvation Army Thrift Store (204 Silvercreek Parkway North, Guelph), or a drop bin near you.

Phone: 519-766-4085

http://www.tstores.ca/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=25&Itemid=67