December 8, 2023

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Streets like garbage dumps

Streets like garbage dumps

Due to the mass removal on July 1, they are suffering in various districts of the city.

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Broken furniture, filled garbage bags, unusual items, chests of drawers with missing drawers, books, food and empty boxes are left on the sidewalks of the metropolis.

This was particularly the case in the streets Cartier, Alexandre-Desseuve and Plessis. Dozens of garbage bags were also scattered on the ground.

Go Recycle Québec has also issued a notice reminding people to recycle their household items instead of leaving them at the curb.

The gesture of properly recycling air conditioners is equivalent to the same gesture of not using nearly 684,932 straws.

More than 300,000 devices are placed on the street in Quebec each year.

Therefore, Go Recycle Québec reminds us that there are more than 250 drop-off points to properly recycle household appliances and other devices.

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