? Condense: Think about how much time and gas are used driving around to different wedding vendors to co-ordinate. If a catering hall offers packages that include other elements of the wedding, it may be more affordable and convenient to go with them.
Black Bond Books is expanding this month. The bookstore is moving to a larger location near the food court in Royal City Centre, which will include an expanded selection of books.
Re: Trash program working but plastic posing problem," the Now, April 11.
A local bookstore is holding a special sidewalk sale this weekend.
Re: Fines rise as Delta aims to curb illegal dumping, April 12
Re: No real alternative to incineration: Mayor, Burnaby NOW, April 17.
Re: "Surrey's trash program works like a charm but plastic's posing a problem," the Now, April 10.
Residents of multi-family dwellings in the Royal City will soon be able to recycle their food scraps.
Re: No real alternative to incineration: Mayor, Burnaby NOW, April 10.
Zero waste is a new pillar of sustainability, and an important part of reducing our ecological footprint. The idea of zero waste appears to be catching on, with Metro Vancouver promoting the idea through conferences and its Zero Waste Challenge to households.
Encorp Pacific (Canada) is one of North America's leading not-for-profit product stewardship corporations.
RESIDENTS of West Vancouver will have to hold on to their trash a bit longer now.
The benefits of recycling are numerous. Reusing products and items saves money, reduces the amount of energy needed to make new items and reduces the amount of garbage that ends up in landfills.
Earth Day may be on April 22, but eco-friendly events and activities in Chilliwack are scheduled for this weekend and all month. There is fun to be had at the Great Blue Heron Reserve and Yarrow Pioneer Park, but there is also some work to be done.
Many people think that adopting an eco-friendly lifestyle is expensive. Although there are some eco-conscious products and practices that can be pricey, most people will find going green doesn't have to cost a lot of money.
Two provincial cabinet ministers were at a River Road business Wednesday to celebrate the completion of a major environmental clean-up project.
The municipality hopes to catch culprits that illegally dump junk and make them pay.
New Westminster's recycling initiatives have been recognized by the Waste and Recycling News.
Despite a recent report criticizing waste incineration, Mayor Derek Corrigan defends the practice as an optimal alternative to landfills.