More recycling, fewer surcharges on banned material at transfer stationsMore recycling, fewer surcharges on banned material at transfer stations<div class="ExternalClass8EBF4B47ECFA4B06B0FF40C223236BFA"><p>Metro Vancouver issued fewer surcharges for banned materials at its regional transfer stations over the past two years, suggesting residents are getting better at recycling items rather than throwing them in the trash.</p><p>The regional district has banned recyclable materials from the garbage in an effort to encourage recycling, and the surcharges act as a financial deterrent as they can be applied if <a href="/services/solid-waste/bylaws-regulations/banned-materials/Pages/default.aspx?utm_source=newsletter55&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=chair_update" target="_blank">banned materials</a> such as cardboard or recyclable containers are found in the trash. The decrease in the number of surcharges is also reflected in a steady increase in recycling rates across the region year to year.</p><p>In 2016, electronic waste, mattresses, and cardboard were the most commonly surcharged materials. However, the total number of surcharges issued for mattresses and cardboard was down in 2016 from the previous year, indicating an improvement in recycling habits. Surcharges were also issued for paint, clean wood, food waste and recyclable paper. </p><p>Recyclable materials should be separated from garbage and placed in a blue box at home or delivered to a recycling depot. Neglected transfer stations accept many items for recycling as well. Details on materials accepted at regional disposal facilities can be found on our <a href="/services/solid-waste/garbage-recycling/transfer-stations/Pages/default.aspx?utm_source=newsletter55&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=chair_update" target="_blank">website</a>. Check with your municipality for details on materials accepted at the curb.</p></div>http://heimat-deutschland.info/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue31-recycling.jpg2017-04-27T07:00:00ZGP0|#ad5ec508-afdc-4c33-bc6a-878b23de7ea8;L0|#0ad5ec508-afdc-4c33-bc6a-878b23de7ea8|Issue 31;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass39230F58D73C4421A3DB98C78AD56D8C"><p>​Metro Vancouver issued fewer surcharges for banned materials at its regional transfer stations over the past two years, suggesting residents are getting better at recycling items rather than throwing them in the trash.</p></div>0

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