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Residents can recycle more through curbside recycling

Residents can recycle more through curbside recycling Vancouver, July 2, 2014—Starting today, Coquitlam residents can add more materials to their curbside recycling, including milk cartons, plant pots, aluminum foil packaging, aerosol containers, and plastic and paper take-out drink cups The addition of these materials is part of a larger transition underway through Multi-Material BC (MMBC)’s …

The Facts About MMBC

With the May 19th launch of the MMBC program close approaching, there has been some recent media coverage that hasn’t provided the full picture in terms of how the new recycling system will work. To help clear up any misunderstanding that may surround the new industry-funded program, we’ve provided some further context and clarification to …


Some stakeholders are asking for clarification on what constitutes non-PPP. As defined in each of the Statements of Work that MMBC has posted on this website, non-PPP is “anything that is not PPP”.  PPP is defined in item # 2 of Schedule 4.2 MMBC Policies and Standards in the Master Service Agreement. MMBC set a threshold of …