Drop off your clean plastics at a monthly recycling depot

Just when you thought it couldn’t be recycled, apparently now it can… Here is an event that makes recycling styrofoam, foil lined bags, and wax lined beverage containers possible.

“Drop off your clean plastics at our monthly recycling depot. Please arrive no later than 6:45.

Recycling categories: 1. Soft plastics, i.e. any plastic bags, wraps or packaging,

2. Hard plastics, i.e. any hard plastics, but w/metal parts etc. removed,

3. Styrofoam blocks,

4. Styrofoam containers, i.e. cups and food take out containers,

5. Styrofoam peanuts and other “soft” styrofoam,

6. Wax lined beverage containers,

7. Foil lined bags (packaging and wraps).

Please sort your plastics before you come by.

The depot is supported in part by a Green Neighbourhood Small Grant from the City of Vancouver and the Vancouver Foundation. Thanks also to Kitsilano Neighbourhood House.

Cost: Free

Location: Near Maple and Cornwall. Address will be sent out a day or two before to all RSVPers.

RSVP: kitsrecycling or here.

See more details and RSVP on Village Vancouver:



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1 Response to Drop off your clean plastics at a monthly recycling depot

  1. Recycling helps protect the environment. Recycling reduces the need for extracting (mining, quarrying and logging), refining and processing raw materials. All of these create substantial air and water pollution. As recycling saves energy it also reduces greenhouse gas emissions, which helps to tackle climate change.

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