Beverage Container Recycling Program - 50% off for a limited time!

Did you know when you purchase a beverage container, in British Columbia, the beverage container product category is charged a variable fee that covers the net cost of recycling that container?  You will see this charge on your invoice at the grocery store, or when a supplier delivers beverage containers to you.

By returning beverage containers, through the Urban Impact Beverage Container Recycling Program (BCR) program, you can earn cash back! 

From motorboats to sail boats, being on the water especially in the summer, can be a fun-filled experience. In part three of our Blue Bin Summer Safety Recycling Program, we explore best practices for properly disposing of common flammable boating items, such as gas tanks, fire extinguishers and flares. 

Boating Gas Tanks 

For outdoor enthusiasts who love to camp, this blog is for you.  Welcome to the second article in our 3-part series: Blue Bin Summer Safety Recycling Program.

Summer is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy British Columbia’s beautiful lakes, forests, and mountains.  With long summer days, cool lakes for a swimming, and cookouts, camping is a favourite summertime activity.

Regardless of the weather, there is no better time to be vigilant about fire safety and properly recycling flammables items, including camping fuel, fireworks and bear spray.

Hello barbecue season!  In this three-part blog series, Urban Impact will share the best ways to recycle items that are commonly used during the summer season.  For anyone who loves to BBQ or camp, this blog series will explore what and where of recycling summer items and why these items don't belong in your blue box.

Part 1 - Recycling Compressed Gas Tanks