Recycling

ZERO WASTE CHALLENGE

The Zero Waste Challenge is about reducing our waste. All of us make decisions everyday that impact how much garbage we send to the landfill.
To facilitate our decision Metro Vancouver has created

METRO VANCOUVER RECYCLES

an online database that list the most convenient locations to donate or recycle the stuff we no longer want.

If someone else can use your items, sell them online.
Here some of those sites:

* Craigslist
* Freecycle BC
* BuySell 
* Ecofreek
* Kijiji
* UsedVancouver
* Metrovan Reuses
* Helping Families in Need Society

If no one can use your items, or you are Refurbishing or Moving Out. Please arrange for your Household Junk Removal

* 1-800-Got-Junk

OTHER PRODUCT STEWARDSHIP PROGRAMS

PRODUCT CARE

It operates a product stewardship program for paint, flammable liquids, pesticides and waste gasoline, fluorescent lights and small appliances, smoke & alarms.

ENCORP  RETUN-IT  ELECTRONICS

It recycles free of charge desktop computers, portable computers, display devices, desktop printers & fax machines, computer peripherals, scanners, audio/video playback and recording systems, vehicle audio & video systems and non-cellular telephones and answering machines.

PROJECT POSITIVE CHARGE

A SFU student project to recycle cell phones and batteries on SFU Burnaby and Harbour Centre Campus.

NESTERS MARKET

As community service Nesters recycles plastic bottles, aluminium cans, household batteries, and cell phones.

UNIVERCITY BUILDINGS

Corrugated cardboard is recycled on-site. Flattened cardboard boxes and ensure that you remove any contaminants and excessive tape, metal/plastic fasteners and staples.

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