Regional recycling calendar now available

Local residents should now have received your 2011 Living Greener Recycling and Waste Collection Calendar in your mailbox. If you missed your copy, it’s available online at regionaldistrict.com/recycle. Free calendar copies are now available at the municipal hall, Chamber of Commerce, library branches, Parkinson Recreation Center, Athan’s Aquatic Center, the EECO at Mission Creek Regional Park, the Glenmore landfill or the Westside residential waste disposal and recycling centre.

Local residents should now have received your 2011 Living Greener Recycling and Waste Collection Calendar in your mailbox. If you missed your copy, it’s available online at regionaldistrict.com/recycle. Free calendar copies are now available at the municipal hall, Chamber of Commerce, library branches, Parkinson Recreation Center, Athan’s Aquatic Center, the EECO at Mission Creek Regional Park, the Glenmore landfill or the Westside residential waste disposal and recycling centre.

The Living Greener Calendar is a useful guide that’s handy to keep around all year long. It contains information on garbage, recycling and yard waste collection dates and drop off locations, community events, and useful reference phone numbers. It highlights where to take your hazardous waste, who to call about pesticides, and a recycling directory so you can find out where to recycle almost everything in the Central Okanagan.

For more information call 250-469-6250. Unless you register online or by phone, a calendar will not be mailed to you in 2012.

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