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Toilets Can Be Recycled

Don't let your old toilets clog up our landfills

Got Old Toilets?

Did you update all your toilets to more water efficient ones and and now have old toilets sitting around? The best way to dispose of an old toilet is to recycle it. Older toilets use more water and electricity and can take up space in landfills if thrown out.

Waste Diversion is a leading provider of recycling services for toilets, sinks, tubs and other hazardous and hard to recycle waste streams. We can remove those unwanted toilets and get them recycled so they don't end up in landfills. We focus on safety, cost-effectiveness and speed.

Reach us for your free estimate: (416) 495-9914.

Here's How It Works

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2. Call Us For
Pick Up

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3. Safely

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4. We Weigh
& Price

Your toilets need to be packaged for safe transport. We can provide specialized containers or you can use your own packaging. Upon your notification, a professional driver will come to pick up your old toilets and bring them to our consolidation point where they are weighed, priced and processed. We then dispatch them to the location where they are recycled.

Contact us at (416) 495-9914 to start recycling your old toilets today.

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How Is A Toilet Recycled?

A toilet can consist of many different materials such as ceramic, porcelain, plastic, brass and metal. All the materials can be separated and recycled when possible. Plastic, brass and metal can be melted down and recycled. Toilet recycling facilities typically crush the ceramic and porcelain so it can be added as a feedstock or dry aggregate for concrete, asphalt or other building materials. This process helps take these water wasting toilets out of circulation thus saving water in the process. It also keeps the toilets from being dumped in landfills and provides beneficial reuse of the materials.

Toilet Recycling Facts

  • Over 7 million toilets go into landfills a year
  • For the average Canadian family, a high-efficiency toilet can save up to 20,000 litres of water a year
  • High-efficiency toilets use at least 60 percent less water per flush than toilets purchased before 1992
  • In terms of daily water use per capita, Canada is only surpassed in quantity by the United States
  • 65% of all water consumption occurs in the bathroom

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Items Accepted

Porcelain and ceramic items we can accept:

  • Toilets
  • Bath Tubs
  • Sinks
  • Bidets
  • Tiles
  • Countertops


We are proud members of the following:

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3800 Victoria Park Ave, Toronto, ON M2H 3H7