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Vancouver Invests in Zero Waste Plan with New Facility

By June 25, 2018 November 6th, 2018 News

Vancouver’s Zero Waste Centre, which opened in February, is part of the city’s new plan to achieve zero waste by 2040. The C$2 million facility, located at 8588 Yukon Street, replaces the Recycling Depot that had been located at the Vancouver South Transfer Station.

“Vancouver is leading Canadian cities in going green, and that includes the efforts of many Vancouverites to recycle,” says Mayor Gregor Robertson. “Our Zero Waste Centre will help us become the world’s greenest city by making it easier—and in many cases, free—for residents to do their part and recycle or reuse more materials than ever before.”