Scrap metal items must be collected separately from garbage items! Please be aware that garbage items will be collected first and that scrap metal items will be collected second, using a separate vehicle. This may result in scrap metal items being picked up at a later date than your scheduled Spring Clean-Up collection. If this occurs, please leave the metal items curbside and crews will come back to remove the materials. Thank you for your patience.
Spring Clean-Up is an expanded pick-up service where households can place excess or bulky items curbside for collection. Please see program restrictions and list of accepted and not accepted items below.
2022 Collection Dates
Tsawwassen: Monday, March 28
Ladner: Tuesday, March 29
North Delta: Wednesday, April 6 (if your regular collection day is Wednesday)
North Delta: Thursday, April 7 (if your regular collection day is Thursday)
Residents that receive curbside garbage collection services are eligible to participate in the Spring Clean-Up Program. Failure to comply with any of the program guidelines may result in material not being collected. Residents are responsible for removal of material not collected.
- Material must not be placed out any sooner than the weekend prior to scheduled collection
- The amount of accepted material cannot exceed one pick-up truck load (2.5m x 1.2m x 1m)
- Oversize items are not accepted – items must be able to be handled by two people
- Loose material is not accepted – all items must be bagged or bundled
Ensure only accepted material is placed out for collection. Collection crews will not sort through unaccepted material.
If the item is still in good working condition, consider donating it to a local charity. Contact the BC Recycling Hotline for local donation options: 604-732-9253 or bcrecycles.ca.