What we cover

Streams – E-Waste


Modern electronics are made of rare and expensive resources, which can be recycled and reused if the waste is effectively managed, saving raw materials.

From big to small, when devices reach their end-of-life they contain a complex mixture of materials, some of which are hazardous, which can cause major environmental and health problems if the discarded devices are not managed properly.

Improving the collection, reuse, and recycling of electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) at the end of its life can:

• improve sustainable production and consumption

• increase resource efficiency

• contribute to the circular economy

How H2C manages the fulfilment of the Ontario EEE Regulation

  • Collection (please find the list of our collection sites below)
  • Recycling and refurbishment of collected materials
  • Awareness and Communication Programs
  • Annual Report to the RPRA on behalf of our customers

Our collection points

Amaranthe Dufferin Area Christian School

394016 County Road 12

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Belle River Lakeshore Townhall

419 Notre Dame Street

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  Home Hardware

625 Notre Dame Street 

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Ignace Ignace School

194 Davel Lake Road

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Markham Big Tech

5990 14th Avenue

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Moonbeam Home Hardware

19 Albert Street

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North York USACA

180 Oakdale Drive

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St. Thomas St. Thomas Community

330 South Edgeware Road

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2450 Lawrence Avenue East

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Woodbridge Soroc

605 Chrislea Road

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ITT/Av Recycling

How H2C makes it easy for your business

Our expert team will lead you through the process, ensuring your ITT/AV (Information Technology, Telecommunications, Audio-visual Equipment) data is as accurate as possible and that you remain compliant.

Our knowledge of the ITT/AV materials market means we always get the best value recovery and recycling for you.



• Computers

• Printers (desktop and floor-standing)

• Printer cartridges

• Video gaming devices

• Telephones, including cellular phones

• Display devices

• Radios and stereos, including after-market vehicle stereos

• Headphones

• Speakers

• Cameras, including security cameras

• Video recorders

• Drones with audio or visual recording equipment

• Peripherals and cables used to support the function of information technology, telecommunications and audio visual equipment, including charging equipment

• Parts of information technology, telecommunications and audio visual equipment sold separately, such as hard drives

• Handheld point-of-sale terminals or devices

• Musical instruments

• Audio recording equipment

Not included:

• ITT/AV equipment weighing more than 250 kg

• Small and large appliances

• Power tools

• Motor vehicles

• Children’s toys

• Textiles, clothing, furniture or any other upholstered or stuffed articles containing Electrical and Electronic Equipment

Reuse process

1. Inspection

2. Cleaning

3. Data Sanitation

4. Repair

Recycling process

1. Decontamination

2. Shredding

3. Separation

Recovered materials







Circuit boards

Temperature exchange equipment /Cooling appliances

Refrigerators, freezers, automatic cold products delivery machines.

Products include fridges, freezers, and any appliances with refrigerating devices such as water coolers. Some appliances also contain refrigerant gases classified as Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) such as chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) and hydro-chlorofluorocarbons (HCFC) that are now banned.

These gases are captured and treated in ODS recovery plants. Cold appliance de-pollution entails a variety of processes: compressors are decontaminated to recover ODS and oils; insulating foam is treated to recover ODS; metals are salvaged and resold, and plastics can be reused for new products. Recovered oils and ODS are destroyed in a specialised treatment process.

Recycling process

1. Decontamination

2. Shredding

3. Separation

4. Foam decontamination

Recovered materials