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Recycle NB approves electronic waste management plan

Fredericton –Starting this spring, New Brunswickers will be able to recycle their old electronic devices and equipment.Recycle NB CEO Pat McCarthy said the Board of Recycle NB recently approved a management plan for electronic waste.  The plan calls for a province-wide electronics recycling program to begin March 30, 2017. “Now that the plan is approved, we look forward to working...

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New Brunswick’s Tire recycling program celebrates 20 years

Fredericton – The province’s tire recycling program is celebrating 20 years of operation. The program, which began in 1996, has diverted the equivalent of 20 million passenger tires from the province’s landfills.Minister of Environment and Local Government Serge Rousselle presented certificates of appreciation to some of the program partners at an event in Fredericton on Wednesda...

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UNB Saint John holding community electronic waste recycling day

Notice- UNB Saint John is providing Saint John residents with an opportunity to recycle their unwanted electronics. On Saturday, September 17, the university is holding a community electronic waste recycling day. The event begins at 9 a.m. and will end when the collection truck is full.  The truck will be located on the UNB Saint John campus behind the gym. Residents may drop off any of...

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Notice - Recycle NB Annual General Meeting

The Recycle NB Annual General Meeting will take place at Auberge Les Jardins Inn 60 Principale, Saint-Jacques, Edmundston, on September 30, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.Members of the public should indicate their intention to attend the Annual General Meeting bye-mail: info@recyclenb.comTelephone:  506-454-847 Toll Free: 1-888-322-8473 

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New life for old bicycle tires and tubes

Fredericton-Its bicycle season and Recycle NB wants your old bike tires and tubes.Minister of Environment and Local Government Serge Rousselle, Q.C. kicked off the recycling agency’s new bike tire and tube recycling program at the Radical Edge Bike Shop in Fredericton, New Brunswick.“This initiative is an excellent and innovative way to recycle materials and divert waste from our landf...

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Media Advisory

Launch of new recycling program / Fredericton. EDITOR’S NOTE:  Recycle NB will launch a new recycling program at 10 a.m. 28, July, at the Radical Edge Bicycle Shop, 129 Westmorland Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick. Those taking part include Environment and Local Government Minister Serge Rousselle, Q.C., Recycle NB Chief Executive Officer Pat McCarthy, and industry representative...

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Electronics Waste Recycling Comes to NB

Fredericton – Electronics waste recycling is about to get easier in New Brunswick.Recycle NB CEO Pat McCarthy says now that government has announced a waste management program for electronics, the organization will begin working with industry to put a program in place by the fall of 2016.“We are very excited by the government’s announcement of an electronics waste program,”...

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Notice - Recycle NB Annual General Meeting

The Recycle NB Annual General Meeting will take place at the Best Western Hotel, 150 Main Street, Bathurst, on September 25, 2015 at 11:00 a.m.Members of the public should indicate their intention to attend the Annual General Meeting by e-mail: info@recyclenb.com Telephone: 506-454-8473Toll Free:  1-888-322-8473 

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Richibucto Port Authority first to join oil and glycol recycling program

The Richibucto Port Authority is the first Port Authority in the province to register as a collection facility for used oil and glycol products.  On hand to mark the opening of the facility from Left:  Richibucto Port Authority Chair Cyril Polchies, Environment and Local Government Minister Brian Kenny, Recycle NB CEO Pat McCarthy, and David Bois, Chair of the Board of SOGHUOMA, which is...

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