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Where does it all go? Maybe Cloverdale

Regional Recycling is hosting open house for its new Cloverdale location on May 3. - Photo submitted
Regional Recycling is hosting open house for its new Cloverdale location on May 3.
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Regional Recycling is now open for business in Cloverdale.

The business will accept free or purchase all forms of appliances, paper, metal, glass, electronics, light bulbs and fixtures, batteries, beverage containers, paint, solvents, pesticides and some plastics.

Regional Recycling operates eight public recycling facilities in Vancouver, Richmond,

Burnaby, Abbotsford, Whistler and Nanaimo.

President Rod Lotzkar and his family have a long history in B.C.'s recycling industry (Pacific Metals started 1912).

The new Cloverdale location, a former Tireland at 5534 176 St., will be energy-efficient and is geared for with public convenience for Multi Material BC's (MMBC) PPP stewardship program.

Regional Recycling's grand opening event takes place May 3 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The event will include an organic BBQ, entertainment, and information about B.C.’s recycling stewardship organizations.

The theme of this event addresses the question: “Where does it all go?”

For more information on this event, visit www.regionalrecycling.ca/cloverdaleevent or call 604-576-6777.

 

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