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February 17 2016

12:49

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February 15 2016

12:37

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February 13 2016

00:10

Rent Bin Calgary

Designated materialsDesignated Materials are readily recyclable materials that should be kept out of the landfill. The list includes concrete, brick and masonry block, asphalt, scrap metals, recyclable wood and paper and cardboard.City landfill staff inspect commercial vehicle loads of garbage for undeclared Designated Materials. Those containing Designated Materials are subject to a higher rate to landfill ($170 per tonne in 2016) to encourage recycling instead.Designated Materials are:ConcreteWhole or crushed, up to 1 metre (3.5 feet), that may contain asphalt, metal reinforcement or aggregate.Brick and masonry blockStructural or decorative, with or without mortar, crushed or whole.AsphaltRoad asphalt or asphalt shingles.Scrap metalsConstruction, demolition and renovation related scrap metals up to 1.2 m (4 ft).Recyclable WoodDimensional lumber, pallets, and other items that are made of raw and un-processed wood.DrywallGypsum wallboard.Paper and CardboardNewspaper, catalogues, magazines, mixed paper (including office paper), shredded paper (must be enclosed in clear plastic bag), telephone books, boxboard, corrugated cardboard

February 12 2016

22:32

February 10 2016

12:43

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February 06 2016

12:28

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February 04 2016

12:32

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February 03 2016

12:27

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February 02 2016

12:30

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January 28 2016

12:31

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January 27 2016

12:32

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January 19 2016

12:36

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January 16 2016

22:34

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January 14 2016

20:35

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January 12 2016

11:31

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December 10 2015

12:08

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December 09 2015

13:18

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November 28 2015

12:29

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November 26 2015

12:26

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November 25 2015

12:27

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