Is a green Easter possible?
In many Quebec households, Easter is synonymous with family meals, a long vacation to rest, brunches by the fire, but above all, Easter chocolates!
Are coffee pods really recycled?
When we throw away our coffee pods in the recycling bin, what really happens to them?
How to make your lunch zero waste
At five lunches a week, multiplied by the number of weeks of school or work, there is something we can do to reduce our carbon footprint.
What happens to recycled metals?
Metal recycling involves collecting, sorting and treating metal waste to give it a second life and reintroduce it to the market as a raw material.
How to compost and recycle in winter?
Here are a few tips to manage your blue, brown and black bins in the winter and help our team empty your bins completely.
Christmas decorations: is it in the blue bin or not?
Christmas decorations: is it in the blue bin or not? To avoid the annual puzzle, use this guide to sort your decorations.
Zero-waste and original festive wrapping guide!
Every year, Christmas packaging is a topic of discussion for anyone who wants to reduce their environmental footprint.
Traffic congestion in Montreal
The closure of the Louis Hippolyte-Lafontaine tunnel will have an impact on the waste collection schedule throughout Greater Montreal.
A Guide to a Green Halloween
After Christmas, Halloween is the second most wasteful celebration in Canada. Surprising? Not really.
Glass: what to put in the blue bin
Glass containers are recovering, especially in the face of the boom in bulk sales, the upcoming expansion of the deposit box for wine and spirits – in addition to the recycling of curbside recycling that we are currently experiencing – and of our collective desire to put an end to plastic packaging.