Garbage, Recycling and Waste

The Town of Plympton-Wyoming's garbage and recycling services are provided by Marcotte Disposal Inc. 

 Collection Schedule
Garbage and recycling are collected every week on the days mapped out here. A list of bulk items that are accepted and not accepted can be found here.

In the Village of Wyoming, recycling is on Wednesday and garbage is on Thursday. All other areas have garbage and recycling pick-up on the same day.

Holidays will not change the pick-up schedule except for Christmas Day and New Years Day. Garbage/recycling scheduled for these days will be pushed back 1 calendar day. 


Please be mindful of what is going into your recycling bins. A list of recyclable and non-recyclable items can be found here.

 Yard Waste

Yard waste pickup is every Friday for October and November for residents within the Village of Wyoming. Yard waste MUST be in PAPER BAGS to be accepted.  Compost can also be collected if it is in a bin (33 gallon max) that is clearly marked with an X and must weigh less than 50 pounds.  If you have any questions please contact Marcotte Disposal at 519-339-9988. 

Transco Recycling located at 387 McGregor Sideroad will accept yard waste from all residents of Plympton-Wyoming provided it is placed in a paper bag or a container that can be dumped on site.  Proof of residency is required such as a tax or utility bill.   Yard waste in plastic bags will not be accepted commencing November 1, 2019.

Household Hazardous Waste

Household hazardous waste depots are held at Clean Harbours Canada, Inc., 4090 Telfer Road, St. Clair Township on the last Saturday of each month between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Please refer to the Hazardous Waste Collection Schedule for more information.

Electronic Waste

The Town's Electronic Waste Bin is available 24 hours per day at the garage in Reeces Corners (5819 Oil Heritage Road). There is a bin located at the front of the building.

Farm / Agricultural Waste
For information on farm chemical and pesticide disposal / recycling, please visit Cleanfarms for more information.