Recycling More In BC: Brought to You By Industry

Multi-Material BC (MMBC) is a non-profit organization formed to develop and implement a stewardship plan for residential packaging and printed paper.

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Jun 20163

Streetscape Pilot Projects Report Now Available


As part of its program plan commitment, Multi-Material British Columbia (MMBC) initiated a series of pilot projects to study the feasibility of packaging and printed paper (PPP) streetscape bins. Pilot projects conducted in 2014 and 2015 involved composition audits to understand the quality and quantity of PPP collected in streetscape recycling receptacles. Click here to view the full report...Read More...

May 201612

MMBC Partners with Community Groups to Promote Recycling


New province-wide ad campaign shows the environmental benefits of recycling at home Vancouver, May 12, 2016— This week Multi-Material BC (MMBC) extended its commitment to community engagement and the promotion of recycling by formalizing partnerships with four local community organizations, and committing $14,000 in grant money to support local efforts to raise awareness and education around residential packaging and printed...Read More...

May 20169

City of Pitt Meadows to transition residential blue box service to MMBC


Smithrite Disposal Ltd. selected to deliver curbside service, beginning September 1, 2016 Vancouver, May 9, 2016— Effective September 2016, Multi-Material BC (MMBC) will assume responsibility for residential packaging and printed paper recycling services in the City of Pitt Meadows, with the curbside collection contract being awarded to Smithrite Disposal Ltd. Smithrite is a 100% BC-owned, family run company with a...Read More...

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