The Eco-Beat: how recycling at music festivals can make you a better citizen this summer.
In many Quebec households, Easter is synonymous with family meals, a long vacation to rest, brunches by the fire, but above all, Easter chocolates!
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.
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.
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.
Many are the myths and realities of recycling! Let’s find out the truth about 8 misconceptions.
It’s just as important as ever to remember to use our recycling bin! In the long lifespan of a product, every gesture counts.