2021 E-Waste Schedule

We are supporting Their Opportunity this year. Their Opportunity exists to provide low-income families with the means to enroll their children in local sports programs. The organization aims to alleviate the financial costs of sports enrollment fees. By doing this, children can develop the confidence, social skills and healthy lifestyle attainable through sport.


March 20th, 2021 From 10am to 4pm

Bob MacQuarrie Recreational Complex
1490 Youville Dr, Orléans, ON K1C 2X8


March 27th, 2021 From 10am to 4pm

Redeemer Alliance Church
4825 Innes Road, Orleans, ON, K4A 4J3


April 17th, 2021 From 10am to 4pm

Earl Armstrong Arena
020 Ogilvie Rd, Gloucester, ON K1J 7N8


April 24th, 2021 From 10am to 4pm

Hunt Club – Riverside Community Center
3320 Paul Anka Dr, Ottawa, ON K1V 0J9


May 15th, 2021 From 10am to 4pm

Dovercourt Recreation Centre
411 Dovercourt Ave, Ottawa, ON K2A 0S9


May 29th, 2021 From 10am to 4pm

Kanata Recreational Centre
100 Charlie Rogers Pl, Kanata, ON K2V 1A2

Hosted by Junk that Funk in support of Their Opportunity


June 5th, 2021 From 10am to 4pm

Pinecrest Recreation Complex
2250 Torquay Ave, Ottawa, ON K2C 1J3

Hosted by Junk that Funk in support of Their Opportunity


We’ll be adding more dates as they become available.

Electronic E-waste round up events are put on by Junk That Funk in efforts to reduce recyclable materials ending up landfills. E-waste round up events are designed to be a hassle free drop off site where you can assure your items will be 100% recycled!

At our free drop off events we accept the following:

  • Televisions
  • Desktop computers and terminals
  • Monitors
  • Laptop computers
  • Desktop printers
  • Fax machines
  • Disk drives
  • CD-ROM drives
  • Keyboards and mice
  • Amplifiers, stereos, speakers, receivers
  • Cameras, digital cameras
  • Copiers, fax machines, scanners
  • Pagers, PDAs
  • Radios
  • Telephones, cellphones, answering machines
  • VCR and DVD players

Here’s a few examples of things we won’t take.

  • Fluorescent light bulbs and the CF bulbs are hazardous waste and we can not accept them.
  • Old style household thermostats with mercury switches are hazardous waste and we can not accept them.
  • House hold smoke detectors are no longer considered hazardous waste by the province and can be put out with the regular trash.
  • Documentation and ALL paper products can go in the BLACK box recycle bin
  • for the disposal of CD’s, VHS tapes and cases, jewel cases, all floppy computer discs and storage cases, please refer to the following City of Ottawa web site .

Looking to remove junk from your residence or office? Book online, check out our pricing, or contact us!