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Recycling depot for Peachland

Recycling in Peachland is about to get much easier.

As part of a recycling pilot project, a new recycling depot will open later this month on a trial basis at the Public Works Yard on Princeton Avenue.

The new depot will give residents a location within the community to dispose of excess recyclables and glass over and above the service provided by the current curbside collection program

The depot will initially operate one week per month, June 27 to 30 and July 25 to 29.

 

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