B.C. to get small appliance recycling program

first_imgWith over 100 locations across the province, Unplugged is the first small appliance recycling program of its kind in Canada. The program will accept everything from toasters to vacuum cleaners. After an appliance is dropped off, processors will separate it into different materials to be recycled. CESA estimates Unplugged will divert approximately two million small appliances that would have ended up in landfills.- Advertisement – Because Unplugged is a non-profit organization, it will be fully funded by a recycling fee that is applied to new products brought into the province, either included in the price or added at check-out. In Dawson Creek, small appiances can be dropped off at D.C. Campbelll Recycling Ltd. at 925-100th Avenue Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Advertisementlast_img read more

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE AT FEILE CARRAIG ARTS AND CULTURE FESTIVAL

first_imgFéile Carraig Arts and Culture 2015 is taking place all weeknd in Carrigart and the surrounding Mevagh Parish.Once again all events are free, however donations, to cover running costs, are gratefully received.Crowds can look forward to their old favourites such as the tea dance, local artists exhibition, arts and crafts workshops, drawing day, craft stalls, traditional music workshops, ramblers walk, locals live music on the street & the family fun day Some new events and venues this year include a scriptwriting (as Gaelige), with local award winning writer Francie Cullen, acting classes for both teenagers and adults, solo visual art exhibitions by Meadhbh McNutt in the Tramore Inn, Daniel Cullen in the Old Glen Bar and Chris Kerr at Logue’s Bar.This year will also see the introduction of a raft race where teams of 4-6 will build their own seaworthy vehicles, using materials provided, before racing them and competing for the 2015 title!Another event worth noting is The High Cross of Carrigart: a History, a talk by Bruce Campbell MRIA, Professor Emeritus of Medieval Economic History at the Queen’s University of Belfast, and Columba Boyce from Carrigart. Attendees will the will learn about short life of the cross’s dedicatee, the ‘virtuous’ 4th Earl of Leitrim, be informed of the cross’s design and hear what was involved in restoring the tumbled and shattered cross to its former glory, so that once again it is a landmark which ought to be the envy of every other town in the county.Live music will be on every night in both Logue’s Bar and the Carrigart Hotel. Please note because of such high demand in previous years, some events require pre-booking this year; all details can be found in the festival programme.For information about any of the upcoming events pick up your programme in local shops, bars and hotels this weekend or visit http://www.facebook.com/FeileCarraigArts. To volunteer or for information contact the committee anytime on 085 136 0837.The committee would like to thank all their sponsors and local businesses for their continued support this year and they look forward to meeting you all over the weekend at Féile Carraig Arts & Culture 2015.SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE AT FEILE CARRAIG ARTS AND CULTURE FESTIVAL was last modified: August 29th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more