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Kitchen and bathroom countertops

How to dispose of kitchen and bathroom countertops

Small quantities of countertops

Put broken or used pieces of kitchen countertops and bathroom countertops into your black cart as garbage. This includes laminate, granite, wood and all types of common countertop materials.

Size restrictions

Pieces must be less than:

  • 15 cm (six inches) in diameter
  • 1.25 m (four feet) in length

Make sure the lid of the cart can close.

Large quantities of countertops

Some private companies may accept reusable building materials such as countertops. Check the Alberta Recycling Hotline for options.

Take used or broken countertops from a renovation or demolition to a City landfill. Landfill charges will apply.

Landfill locations listed below:

Kitchen and bathroom countertop