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Want to go green?
Seek out used materials before purchasing new ones. Consider alternate options for your driveway or garden paths. Gravel or recycled woods chipping provide a similar function to concrete and are better for drainage.
Rock and brick can be great for landscaping uses like creating flowerpot stands or to a decorative border around a raised flowerbed. If your unwanted china, ceramics, and porcelain are still in good condition, give them to a local thrift store.
Rubble materials can be taken for free recycling at all CVRD Recycling Centres or to one of the other facilities found on the map above. Rubble must be separated into Class 1 or Class 2 materials. All rubble and aggregate materials must be free of metal, plastic and wood.
Rubble Class 1: Asphalt, brick, concrete, concrete blocks, paving stones, gravel and rock
Rubble Class 2: Non-laminated glass, mirror glass, porcelain sinks and toilets and stone and porcelain tiles.
Items not accepted for recycling include Hardiplank, window frames, toilet seats, floats, handles, tank lining, plastic aquarium frames, concrete or stucco with mesh.