The Right Answer for our Planet
Upgrading to the latest tech device? Wondering what to do with your outdated gear? Bring your recyclables to Kelowna Recycling at 1972 Windsor Road. We make recycling a snap, and it’s free!
No hassle trying to get rid of items
Clean, sustainable recycling solutions
Safe disposal of toxic material
Avoid the landfill, and no mess!
Small Appliances/Electronics Can Be Recycled!
Recycle your office electronics (computers, cables, monitors, TV’s, etc.), small kitchen and household appliances. So often our household goods pile up in garages, closets and storage bins because we simply don’t know what to do with them, where to drop them off or who will take them.
We can take your household goods off your hands and ensure they are properly recycled. Simply drop your items off at our Kelowna Recycling Centre during business hours. Recycling really is that easy! We can recycle virtually all the electronics in your home including but not limited to microwaves, computers, TV’s, small kitchen appliances, coffee pots, vacuums, heaters, irons, fans, scales, lamps, shavers, clocks, power tools, space heaters, power lawn tools, hair dryers and more.
Partnering with ElectroRecycle – first of its kind in Canada
Small kitchen and bathroom appliances
Fans and Small Heaters
We Accept Over 400 Products
Light bulbs are fragile items and often mishandled, but that’s a risk you don’t have to take. Light bulbs come in a whole range of sizes, shapes and materials. Whether you have incandescent bulbs, halogen, compact fluorescent or LED bulbs, we will handle them correctly and recycle all parts possible.
In BC, we are helping to reach the goal of recycling 100% of the lighting products we recover. By recycling your used lamp and lighting products, you divert hazardous waste from our local landfills and help the environment. You also reduce the need for raw materials to manufacture new products. LightRecycle is the BC fluorescent lights recycling program established by ReGeneration.
Recycling light bulbs of all sizes and configurations.
Older incandescent light bulb recycling.
Halogen, CFL & LED bulbs accepted.
Fluorescent bulbs with mercury accepted for drop-offs.
Decorative Light Strings (miniature bulbs)
We Also Accept Lamps
While it may seem like an ordinary item that could go out in the trash, paint is anything but that. If you have paint cans that are low or nearly empty and ready to go, please don’t throw them in the garbage!
Paint is toxic and not sustainable.
Paint is bad for sewers, landfill and the environment.
Paint must be disposed of properly.
We’ll take your paint free of charge.
Household paint, interior or exterior
Stains, varnishes and shellac
Kelowna’s official paint drop-off centre
We are experts in recycling, and we too want a sustainable environment for future generations. That’s why we offer complimentary paint recycling. Just bring the paint in sealed cans, please.
Automotive and Household Battery Recycling
We Accept Single-Use and Cellphone Batteries
Valuable Metals Can Be Recovered
Nickel Cadmium and Lithium Battery Recycling
We Will Pick Up Car Batteries (minimum quantities apply)
Recycling Hazardous Waste
– Fees May Apply
Household hazardous waste requires special handling and disposal. Our health and environment are at risk, so it’s important we become responsible for the products we use. Please note volume restrictions and over limit fees apply per visit for some residential household hazardous waste.
Commercial customers should contact Kelowna Recycling to determine applicable fees.
To identify examples of common household hazardous waste, accepted and non-acceptable materials and quantity limits, please visit the Regional District of Central Okanagan website.