Recycle Your Small
Electrical Appliances, Power Tools and More
The recycling depots in Fort St. John, Dawson Creek and Chetwynd will accept an even wider range of small appliances. Click here or visit www.unpluggedrecycling.ca for more information on what will be accepted.
Curbside Recycling Collection
Fort St. John & Dawson Creek
Dawson Creek Collection in partnership with
the D.C. Society for Community Living - www.dcscl.org
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Medical waste, including any type of medical supplies, sharps and tubes, is NOT recyclable.
Please dispose of these properly.
Recycle your glass containers!
New glass pulverizer has arrived in the PRRD!
Glass container recycling was reintroduced back into the PRRD recycling stream in April 2010. Since that time, we have been stockpiling the glass waiting for our new glass pulverizer to arrive. The time has finally come!
This new equipment is a unique solution to the glass recycling problem. Many municipalities in Canada look at glass as a nuisance product. It has very low market value, and is extremely cost ineffective to ship to smelters. Many recycling programs do not accept glass for recycling. Of the municipalities that do accept glass, many ship it to the landfill to be used as daily landfill cover. Our goal is to keep as much material out of the landfill as possible. Glass is no exception!
Our region’s new glass pulverizer crushes glass to the consistency of sand or gravel. The end product has no sharp edges or paper/lid contamination. It is safe enough to use in your child’s sandbox!
Once crushed, there are many end uses for the product: sandblasting sand, sand bags, ice control (sand replacement), decorative products (stepping stones, pottery), pipe drainage, gravel substitute for muddy shop yards, and the list goes on…
Click here for more information about glass recycling.
Here is a link to the Alaska Highway News article about our new pulverizer.
LIGHT RECYCLING PROGRAM: We accept household quanties of all lights( bulbs& tubes) and light fixtures for recycling including:
- Flourescent tubes
- UV & germicidal lamps
- Incandescent & halogen bulbs
- CFLS & LEDs
- Ultra High Performance lamps
- High-intensity discharge lamps
- Table lamps, chandeliers
For More information see www.lightrecycle.ca
See below for a list of all drop-off locations in the PRRD:
Remember CFL's and Fluorescent Light Tubes contain harmful levels of mercury. Always recycle your fluorescent bulbs to ensure the mercury is disposed of safely.
Electronics Recycling Program Expansion as of July 1, 2012
The recycling depots in Fort St. John, Dawson Creek and Chetwynd accept a wide range of end of life electronic devices for recycling including:
- IT & Telecom equipment
- Electronic Musical Instruments
- Video Gaming& Accessories
***Items accepted include****
- Desktop & Floor Standing Printers, Copiers, Scanners
- DVD & VHS Players
- Stereos,stereo Amplifiers
- Home Theatre Systems, Cable & Satelite Receivers
- Video Cameras
- CD Players & MP3 Players
- Computer Towers & Monitors, Televisions, Cash Registers,
- Telephones & Answering Machines
- Laptops, Notebooks, Tablets
- Business Routers & Switches, POS Terminals
- Electric Guitars, keyboards, Synthesisers, Digital Pianos
Click here for more information about electronics recycling.
Peace Region Recycling Directory
Do you have an item to recycle, but you're not sure where to take it?
Check out our new Peace Region Recycling Directory. Click Here
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