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Compost your real Christmas tree Option 1: Put your tree in your green cart Cut your tree into small pieces to fit inside your green cart. Make sure the lid can close. Put extra branches into paper yard waste bags, roll close and set 0.5 metres (two feet) to the side of your cart. Trees that are not prepared this way will not be collected. Option 2: Bring to a tree drop-off December 26-January 31 Tree drop-offs will be available around the city to compost your Christmas tree. Remove all lights, ornaments, tinsel, string and tree stands. Do not wrap
5 Ideas for How to Clean Your Recyclables Recyclables need to be empty, clean and dry so they can be sorted properly at the recycling facility, prevent other recyclables from getting wet and dirty, and ensure they will be turned into new products. If you wash dishes by hand, use the dirty dishwater to clean off food residue from your containers. Take a used paper towel or napkin leftover from dinner to wipe food residue from the container, then compost the food-soiled paper. After emptying your liquid laundry detergent, remove the lid and add the whole container into the laundry
Save food in the spirit of Waste Reduction Week Preventing or reducing food waste at home is one way you can help achieve Calgary’s waste reduction goals. Saving food also saves you money – the average Canadian throws $1,100 of food away each year. Try these tips for saving good food from being tossed in the bin: Freeze holiday food scraps for soup stock, such as turkey bones, herbs, and celery and carrot tops. Apples ripen 6 to 10 times faster at room temperature. Store apples in the low humidity drawer of the fridge in a breathable bag to maintain
We’d like to provide you with our last update relating to the Crowchild Trail Upgrades Project! We’re pleased to announce that all major upgrades involved in this project are complete. While you will notice a few skeleton crews putting some finishing touches on this project through to the end of this construction season, the new lanes are open, traffic flow has been improved over the Bow River and we hope you’ve had the chance to take advantage of the increased connectivity to our pathway network. While the medium and long-term plans for Crowchild Trail are approved, they remain unfunded. More
If you have any questions or have any donations, please contact Brentwoodian and neighbor Liza Lorenzetti at firstname.lastname@example.org or 403.606.6949 Supported by Brentwood Cares!
For more information: https://www.womenscentrecalgary.org/event/herstories-in-anti-racism-and-decolonial-organizing-online-and-in-person/ To register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/herstories-in-anti-racism-decolonial-organizing-tickets-128204189181? Supported by Brentwood Cares!