Category Archives: British Columbia

Materials We Recycle

The Benefits of Recycling This is the only planet we have, and millions of tons of trash is being created by consumers of all walks of life, every single day. At Trash King, we are pleased to do our part to keep this world as green as possible for future generations. Recycling not only makes for a cleaner environment, sorting...

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Is Bin Rental Right For You?

Maximize Your Bin Rental Organzing Bin Rentals doesn’t have to be a major stress. Many happy customers have found that, once they started digging through their stuff, whether it be old wet boxes from the basement,  or all sorts of old clothes, dressers and other furniture,  or tailings from the garage, that all this junk was a lot more than...

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Bin Rentals for Junk Removal

Bin Sizes Trash King Dumpster Rentals and Bins is your rubbish specialist, serving locations across British Columbia and Canada. No matter what the material, simply order a dumpster or trash bin for free delivery. When it’s full, call us for pick up and we will take care of the disposal. Just in case you have something your local crew won’t...

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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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Vancouver votes to fully transition recycling collection to MMBC

At the Standing Committee on City Finance and Services, Jerry Dobrovolny, the brand new General Manager of Engineering for the City of Vancouver, expressed support for MMBC’s recommendations. The City of Vancouver has voted to shift its residential recycling collection directly to Multi-Material BC (MMBC), the packaging and printed paper steward that descended on the British Columbia’s recycling scene in...

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Vancouver seeking new ways to tackle city’s growing litter problem

Vancouver got hit by a garbage tsunami last summer, especially downtown. The combination of a tourism boom and an exceptionally hot season created the ideal conditions for litter to proliferate. It did, increasing in volume by almost 20 per cent, officials say. Added to that, a new ban on organics in garbage prompted more people to leave bags of them...

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