2016 Recycling Hotline Holiday Hours
December 23: 9:00AM to 1:00PM
December 24 - January 1: CLOSED
January 2: Regular hours resume, weekdays from 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Media Release: RCBC’s green holiday resources cover gift ideas, meals, holiday lights, Christmas trees, and more!
RCBC wants to help you make this the greenest holiday ever!
Below you'll find tips for holiday waste reduction, ideas for zero waste gifts and meals, local tree chipping events and much more! (Click on the image)
Have a pile of burned-out holiday lights? Replacing your old lights with new, more energy-efficient options? RCBC's here to help you recycle old lights, pick new ones, and offer important tips for a safe and bright holiday season!
Still mulling over whether to go real or artificial for this year’s Christmas tree? RCBC’s put together some facts to help residents make the most eco-friendly choice.
Buying a living Christmas tree is a popular choice for green consumers, but each tree is unique and requires special care. RCBC's here to provide you with some tips!
Have trouble finding that perfect present for that special someone? Let this Holiday Gift Giving Guide help you find a gift for everyone on your holiday shopping list!
Wrapping paper is a huge part of holiday waste. Here are some alternatives to wrapping paper that keep gifts looking colourful and festive!
Redeemable by best sisters, dear spouses, and all around awesome parents.
This year, RCBC is here to help you leave a smaller holiday footprint on the earth by providing a few simple eco-ideas for your Christmas and New Year’s Eve dinners. This stuff is easy to do and may even save you money!
Tree Chipping Events by Regional District (Coming Soon!)
||10. Cowichan Valley
|| 19. North Okanagan
||11. East Kootenay
||20. Northern Rockies
||12. Fraser Valley
||13. Fraser-Fort George
||22. Peace River
|5. Central Coast
||14. Metro Vancouver
||23. Powell River
|6. Central Kootenay
||24. Skeena-Queen Charlotte
|7. Central Okanagan
| 8. Columbia-Shuswap
||17. Mount Waddington
||26. Sunshine Coast
|9. Comox Valley
For more recycling info during the holidays, check out the Recyclepedia at www.rcbc.ca/recyclepedia. The Recyclepedia allows you to search drop-off sites for common household recyclables including paint, tires, computers, televisions and batteries to name a few!