Recycling centers for election signs located in Brampton, Mississauga, and Caledon
All candidates who took part in the Oct. 22 municipal elections can recycle election signs for free at any of the Region of Peel Community Recycling Centers (CRC). These signs won’t be collected at the curbside and are not acknowledged in apartment recycling containers.
Community Recycling Centers are situated at 395 Chrysler Dr. and, 420 Railside Dr. in Brampton; 2255 Battleford Rd.and, 1126 Fewster Dr. in Mississauga; and, 109 Industrial Rd. furthermore, 1795 Quarry Dr. in Caledon.
Candidate campaign offices are required to remove all race election signs. Brampton signs must be removed by 8 p.m. on Oct. 25. Mississauga signs must be removed by 11:59 p.m. on Oct. 24. Caledon signs must be removed by 8 p.m. on Oct. 25.
If residents recycle election signs before the campaign office does, they must separate the three main types of signs: corrugated plastic, paperboard, and plastic film, from metal and wooden stakes and staples to qualify for free drop-off.
When taking the election to a Community Recycling Center, residents must keep the signs separate from other recycling and waste materials for free disposal. Make sure to put in your efforts in the recycling process and be a part of making your city clean.
Contact us for any other details about the recycling process or assistance.