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Residential Dumpster Service In Vancouver

In Metro Vancouver Recycling News by on January 28, 2018

Trust the recycling and ethical disposal experts at Trash King with your disposal needs. They have an inventory of dumpsters, sized for every home project, so you won’t overpay for space you don’t need. Trash King does their very best to keep the prices of their dumpster rental down for residents while keeping their recycling percent up to about 80%...

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Junk Removal Vancouver BC

At Trash King we offer several junk hauling solutions to homeowners and businesses. We offer junk removal bin rentals that are often less expensive and more convenient then hiring a traditional junk removal company. Our bins can stay at your home for a period of time which will allow you to ensure that all your residential junk is disposed of....

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Dumpster Rental Marketing

Disposal Dumpsters Rental At Trash King, our plan is to be your go to disposal dumpsters rental contractor. We strive to deliver affordable disposal dumpsters with on-time delivery and customer services focused rentals to homes and businesses in the entire Greater Vancouvere area. We accept materials like garbage, clutter, debris, junk, rubble, litter, waste, refuse, scrap etc. We even are...

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WRAP program boosts at-store plastic film, bag collection by 125%

In Washington Recycling News by on January 24, 2018

A study conducted in Vancouver, WA on a Wrap Recycling Action Program (WRAP) campaign — which promoted recycling of polyethylene (PE) through consumer education — found that during the campaign, there was a 125% increase of plastic film wrap retrieved through at-store collection/recycling programs; contamination at a local MRFs dropped 75%; 500% more consumer product packaging of other types was...

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WRAP more than doubles at-store collection of plastic film in Washington city

In Washington Recycling News by on January 24, 2018

A Wrap Recycling Action Program (WRAP) campaign in Vancouver, Washington, helped to more than double collection of plastic film wraps and bags through return-to-retail recycling programs, according to a new study conducted with the city of Vancouver’s Environmental Resources Division. The report also found that plastic bag contamination at a local material recycling facility (MRF) by residents who had received...

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Why, Richmond, Why?!? Debunking more myths about recycling in Richmond

In Virginia Recycling News by on January 24, 2018

This week, we report on our field trip to the TFC Recycling facility in Chester, which was made to help placate readers who continue to express their skepticism of recycling. Q. When people suggest recycling is a “lie,” they don’t mean TFC is taking recyclables straight to the dump. What people are suggesting — and I believe some reporting would...

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Where to recycle your holiday goods in Vancouver

In Metro Vancouver Recycling News by on January 24, 2018

The holidays may be marketed as a time to spend cozied up with family and friends, but at the heart of it is—let’s face it—a whole lot of consumption and, as a result, a whole lot of waste. Luckily, many of these materials are recyclable and it’s become significantly easier in recent years to dispose of them responsibly, too. Here...

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Wastes Management – A Look Into Saving Money With Recycling

Waste Management: Have You Been Throwing Away Money? The amount of money people throw away each year is mindboggling, but even sad is the fact that a good chunk of that money is thrown away into the waste bin alongside other garbage produced at home. Before you take it at its face value, it simply implies that there are a...

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Walmart to charge for plastic bags

In Canada Recycling News by on January 24, 2018

Walmart will join Superstore next month in charging customers for plastic bags. Beginning on Feb. 9, the chain of stores will charge customers five cents for each plastic bag used to house items bought at the checkout. Superstore has for years charged five cents per bag. Walmart said the fee is part of its strategy for cutting the amount of...

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Voting open for 2016 Chamber board

In British Columbia by on January 24, 2018

Voting is now open for the Whistler Chamber of Commerce 2016 board of directors — and there’s a lot to choose from. The board is looking to fill seven vacancies this year. Nine names are on the ballot: newcomers Brady Smith, executive director of the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, Christy Allan, director of sales and marketing for the Sea to...

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