Artificial Christmas Trees

Eastern

Click on the tabs below for reuse, recycling or safe disposal options.

Artificial Christmas trees are typically made from plastic. Trees that are in good condition can be sold through classified ads online, in local newspapers and magazines and through online communities.

You can also dispose of plastic Christmas trees that are no longer useful through bulk waste collection programs, where available.

See Yard Waste for options for natural trees.

City of Mount Pearl

The City of Mount Pearl provides collection and disposal services for household garbage as well as collection and recycling services for mixed containers and paper and cardboard. They also offer seasonal bulk waste collection services (May to October) for the disposal/recycling of bulk items including scrap metal, furniture, yard waste and electronic waste.

Location: Servicing the City of Mount Pearl
Phone: (709) 748-1016
Email: publicworks@mountpearl.ca
Web: www.mountpearl.ca

City of St. John’s

The City of St. John’s provides collection and disposal services for garbage, as well as collection and recycling services for mixed containers and paper and cardboard.

Location: Servicing the City of St. John’s
Phone: (709) 754-2489
Email: curbit@stjohns.ca
Web: www.curbitstjohns.ca

Eastern Waste Management

Eastern Waste Management provides collection and disposal services for garbage, bulk waste and yard waste as well as collection and recycling services for mixed containers, paper and cardboard and scrap metal.

Location: Servicing communities in Eastern Newfoundland (excludes most metro municipalities that provide this service to their residents).
Phone: 709-579-7960
Email: info@easternwaste.ca
Web: www.easternwaste.ca

Municipalities and Local Service Districts – Eastern Newfoundland

Municipalities and local service districts provide a range of waste collection, disposal and recycling services for residents and businesses.

Phone: Click here to find municipality and local service district contact information.

Bay Bulls Waste Recovery Facility

Eastern Waste Management operates eight Waste Recovery Facilities in the eastern waste management region, providing residents with access to public drop-off sites for materials that cannot be disposed of through curbside collection programs. Items accepted at public drop-off sites include construction and demolition waste, scrap metal, electronics, MMSB program tires (highway, passenger, light truck and motorcycle tires), ATV tires, furniture, propane tanks and oil tanks (drained and cleaned).

Location: Winnonish Rd. (off Route 10) at the entrance of the Town of Bay Bulls (heading south)
Phone: 709-579-7960
Email: info@easternwaste.ca
Web: www.easternwaste.ca

Cavendish Waste Recovery Facility

Eastern Waste Management operates eight Waste Recovery Facilities in the eastern waste management region, providing residents with access to public drop-off sites for materials that cannot be disposed of through curbside collection programs. Items accepted at public drop-off sites include construction and demolition waste, scrap metal, electronics, MMSB program tires (highway, passenger, light truck and motorcycle tires), ATV tires, furniture, propane tanks and oil tanks (drained and cleaned).

Location: Route 80, between Cavendish and Heart’s Delight-Islington (1 km from Cavendish and 1.7 km from Heart’s Delight-Islington)
Phone: 709-579-7960
Email: info@easternwaste.ca
Web: www.easternwaste.ca

Clarenville Waste Transfer Station

The Waste Transfer Station (operated by Eastern Waste Management) provides residents with access to public drop-off sites for materials that cannot be disposed of through curbside collection programs. Items accepted at public drop-off sites include construction and demolition waste, scrap metal, electronics, MMSB program tires (highway, passenger, light truck and motorcycle tires), ATV tires, furniture, propane tanks and oil tanks (drained and cleaned).

Location: Trans-Canada Hwy, Clarenville, NL A5A 0A5
Phone: 709-579-7960
Email: info@easternwaste.ca
Web: easternwaste.ca

Harbour Grace Waste Recovery Facility

The Waste Recovery Facility (operated by Eastern Waste Management) provides residents with access to public drop-off sites for materials that cannot be disposed of through curbside collection programs. Items accepted include construction and demolition waste, scrap metal, electronics, MMSB program tires (highway, passenger, light truck and motorcycle tires), ATV tires, furniture, propane tanks and oil tanks (drained and cleaned).

Location: Incinerator Rd. (off Route 70) in the Town of Harbour Grace at the intersection of Routes 70 and 75
Phone: 709-579-7960
Email: info@easternwaste.ca
Web: www.easternwaste.ca

Residential Drop-Off – Robin Hood Bay Regional Waste Management Facility

The Robin Hood Bay Regional Waste Management Facility provides residents in the eastern waste management region with free disposal services at the Residential Drop-Off site. Items accepted include: bulk waste, beverage containers (excludes glass), mixed containers, paper, cardboard, electronics, garbage, household hazardous waste (HHW), paint, oil, yard waste scrap metal and MMSB program tires (highway, passenger, light truck and motorcycle tires).

Location: 340 East White Hills Road, St. John’s
Phone: 311
Web: www.robinhoodbay.ca

Whitbourne Waste Recovery Facility

The Waste Recovery Facility (operated by Eastern Waste Management) provides residents with access to public drop-off sites for materials that cannot be disposed of through curbside collection programs. Items accepted include construction and demolition waste, scrap metal, electronics, MMSB program tires (highway, passenger, light truck and motorcycle tires), ATV tires, furniture, propane tanks and oil tanks (drained and cleaned).

Location: Old Brigus Road in Whitbourne
Phone: (709) 759-2780
Email: info@easternwaste.ca
Web: www.easternwaste.ca

Yellow Pages Listing – Garbage Collection Services

Additional waste disposal and recycling service providers may be available in your region.

Location: Services throughout the province
Web: View a listing of garbage collection service providers in the yellow pages.

Think About It

A natural Christmas tree is a great way to cut down on the amount of waste generated during the holiday season.

If purchasing a new artificial Christmas tree, choose a high quality tree that will last for many holiday seasons.