If your home, yard, or garage is piled up with junk and you just can’t take it anymore, these Spring Recycling Tips for home owners are just what the doctor ordered!
One Stop Recycling at Metro Vancouver Transfer Stations
One of the most convenient places to take recycling that isn’t picked up at the curb is any of the Transfer Stations around the Metro Vancouver region. A wide variety of recyclable materials are accepted for free at the stations; all you have to do is sort the items you bring into the appropriate bin or area. Check the individual transfer station for their list of accepted recyclable items. As an example, the Coquitlam Transfer stations accepts batteries, plastics, paint, pesticides, small appliances, electronics, cellular phones, white styrofoam, power tools, smoke alarms, books, clothing, paper, cardboard and much more.
If you can’t figure out where to take something for recycling, the Recycling Council of BC has an app called “Recyclepedia” and a hotline to help you solve any recycling conundrum. Call 604-RECYCLE or visit www.rcbc.ca for more information.
City Wide Garage Sale
Take advantage of the upcoming city-wide garage sales coming up in Burnaby, Port Moody, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Chilliwack. You can take part if you live in one of these cities. All you do is organize a garage sale on your property for the day of the city wide garage sale, and sign up ahead of time. This is a great way to divert waste away from the landfill by finding a new home for your old stuff.
Hire Green Coast Rubbish
Call in the experts from Green Coast Rubbish to help you declutter you home and yard by recycling your old junk. We will divert the materials we pick up away from the landfill through reuse and recycling programs, and by working with deserving organizations like Habitat for Humanity. We’re fast, we’re affordable, and we’ll make your recycling headaches vanish while protecting the environment! Give us a call at 604.230.4530 or 604.770.4530. Alternately, you can send us an email at email@example.com.
Getting rid of your old junk doesn’t have to be a nightmare if you have a plan and some good resources to help you do it!