Having invested a good bit of time at the zero waste task I can clearly define my role in the community. To stay affordable, to make it easy to recycle and to inspire separation habits. Getting word out that the service exists is essential. Hopefully, the Captain’s blog will find it’s way around.
How recycling smart are you?
1) Before you buy a product, do you ask yourself where the packaging will go. Know ahead of time how to recycle or dispose if it.
2) Know the new bylaws that ban any and all electrical devises from household garbage, including lights, batteries and clock radios.
3) Cardboard and paper is not garbage, separate for blue box pick-up
4) All containers are not garbage, simply wash out and separate
5) All metal and glass is not garbage, separate
6) Spray paint and aerosol cans are not garbage – they get recycled with paint cans at a depot
7) Learn about all the municipal services available regarding recycling
8) Keep my number handy, call if you have questions: 604 783-1221