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Office: 148 East 2nd Street
Drop-off Depot: 29 Riverside Drive
North Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Just Eat It - North Shore Screening & Edible Garden Project Fundraiser

Just Eat It Poster

We all love food. As a society, we devour countless cooking shows, culinary magazines and foodie blogs. So how could we possibly be throwing nearly 50% of it in the trash?

When: Thursday, November 13th, 7 pm
Where: Presentation House Theatre at 333 Chesterfield Ave North Vancouver, BC
Tichets: $5 earlybird/$10 regular
justeatit.eventbrite.ca

New at the Depot - Recycle your Cooking Oil

Used OilYour waste cooking oil can now be recycled into a valuable, sustainable fuel at the North Shore Recycling Program Drop-off Depot.

Simply save up your used canola, coconut, olive and other cooking oils and bring them down to the depot.

Recycling Changes are Here!

PPP We-knewYour Blue Box now accepts more materials.

Since May 19, 2014, businesses that supply packaging and printed paper to B.C. residents have become responsible for collecting and managing these materials so they can be recycled.

Follow these links to find out:

What goes in your Blue Box, Blue and Yellow Bags.

What goes in your Container, Mixed Paper and Newspaper Carts.

Multi-Material B.C. (MMBC), a non-profit organization working on behalf of these businesses, is working with North Shore Recycling Program and the North Shore municipalities to continue to provide recycling to North Shore residents.

Want more information? Read our Frequently Asked Questions or visit www.RecyclinginBC.ca

Recycle More! at the Depot

Styrofoam-and-PlasticPlastic Foam Packaging and Plastic Bags now accepted at the depot.

Please note: these items CAN NOT be included in curbside collection.

The North Shore Recycling Drop-off Depot, located at 29 Riverside Drive, North Vancouver, now accepts plastic foam packaging, plastic bags and overwrap for recycling.

 

Food isn't garbage!

MV Fall Food Scraps campaign artwork12x18 LowRes 3-01The way we manage waste is changing.

In 2015, Metro Vancouver will be banning organic materials, including food scraps, from the region's waste facilities.

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Your Personal Compost Expert

Feed-Your-Food-CarrotsLearn how to
minimize common composting problems, set up and use the Green Can program and create less waste!
Click here to learn more.

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hether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, you're guaranteed to learn something new and how to:

minimize common composting problems,

improve your finished compost and

take less garbage to the curb.

 

Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, you're guaranteed to learn something new and how to:

·minimize common composting problems,

·improve your finished compost and

·take less garbage to the curb.

Toilet Rebate Program

Your old toilet is worth $50 when you replace it with a new 4.8L or dual-flush model!North Shore Recycling Program Toilet Rebate

The City of North Vancouver, District of North Vancouver and District of West Vancouver have teamed up with the North Shore Recycling Program to deliver a toilet rebate replacement program that puts water conservation to work - right in your home. Get your rebate today!

Click here and look under "Brochures and Guides" to download the Toilet Rebate Brochure for program details and the application form.