Christmas decorations: is it in the blue bin or not? To avoid the annual puzzle, use this guide to sort your decorations.
After Christmas, Halloween is the second most wasteful celebration in Canada. Surprising? Not really.
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.
Composting your Thanksgiving turkey for the environment! Instead of throwing your expired leftovers in the garbage, compost them!
In Quebec, more than 1.5 billion cups are thrown in the garbage annually, and unfortunately, paper coffee cups still cannot be recycled in North America.
It’s a done deal since September 27, 2022: Montreal retailers can no longer offer single-use plastic bags to their customers, good news for the quality of materials sorted at sorting centres in Montreal.
Just because there’s the recycling logo on the bottom of your plastic cup doesn’t mean it’s really recyclable. Some plastics are fully recyclable and others have toxic components, making the recycling process more complicated.
As of September 27, 2022, restaurants will also be required to comply with these regulations. Let’s take a closer look at what the regulations say and how you can adapt to the changes.
You would like your family to go back to school eco-responsibly? Here are 5 eco-friendly ways to reduce the list of new supplies to buy.
Many are the myths and realities of recycling! Let’s find out the truth about 8 misconceptions.