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Jun 20152

Burns Lake Return-It Recycling Depot accepting MMBC materials


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Burns Lake Return-It Recycling Depot accepting MMBC materials Vancouver, June 2, 2015—Starting today, Burns Lake and area residents can take their packaging and printed paper recyclables to Burns Lake Return-It Recycling Depot, without charge, as it joins the Multi-Material BC (MMBC) network of nearly 200 depots. Burns Lake Return-It Recycling Depot, located at 113 Park Street in...Read More...

May 201519

Reporting Reminder – Due May 31/June 1, 2015


This message is a reminder of the approaching reporting deadline of May 31, 2015. As May 31 falls on a Sunday, you can submit your report on June 1. You may file and submit your report(s) by logging on to our WeRecycle reporting portal.  If you have already submitted your report(s), please disregard this notice. Has Your Primary Contact Changed?...Read More...

Apr 201527

Request for Quotations – MMBC 2015 Streetscape, Curbside and Multi-Family Waste Composition Study


Multi Material British Columbia will be undertaking streetscape, curbside and multi-family waste composition studies in spring/summer 2015.  If you are qualified and interested in bidding to provide services for this project, please complete the following registration form.   Only those who provide complete contact information will gain access to the MMBC Composition Study RFQ document to download. Deadline for Respondent Submissions ...Read More...

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