The brown bin arrives in Loyola’s 9+ multi-unit housing! Indeed, the food waste collection is set to begin in all buildings with nine or more units in the Loyola district (West of Grand Boulevard) in time for mid-May. The Eco-quartier NDG will begin the delivery of collection tools and […]
There are two ways to recycle and transform your holiday tree into mulch :
Brown bins have become a fixture in NDG, and thanks to residential support, we are now able to divert tons of organic waste away from landfills. While we know that composting is good for the environment, it’s not always exactly clear what happens to your kitchen scraps once your brown bin has been picked up.
Looking for the ideal way to add nutrients to your garden or houseplants?
Forget synthetic products home-grown compost (or humus) is the answer! The city has transformed its green waste into fantastic compost over the course of the year. Now it’s ready to be picked up to improve the quality of your soil come and get […]
Flower and compost distribution: May 26th 2018, 9:00 AM
Note : A proof of residency is required (driver’s licence, phone bill, etc.)
Also,don’t forget to bring your own container. 30L max per address.
Would you like a fridge magnet to remind you where to look on-line for answers to your ecological questions? Would you like a sticker that reminds you what is and is not recyclable? Either one would be a handy reminder to stick on your fridge. Both are available free at your Eco-quartier NDG.
Winter in Montréal, is not only the time of Christmas spirit, snow-scapes and ice-skating but also the time of staying inside, contriving how to stay in the underground system as long as possible and drinking hot chocolate in front of the fireplace.
It’s true, we can just stay in our warm and cozy homes, but there […]