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Scott Fraser, CEO of Encorp Pacific, Surrey-Cloverdale MLA Stephanie Cadieux, Rod Lotzkar, president of Regional Recycling, and Coun. Bruce Hayne perform the ceremonial ribbon cutting at the grand opening of Regional Recycling in Cloverdale May 3.  - Cloverdale Reporter
Scott Fraser, CEO of Encorp Pacific, Surrey-Cloverdale MLA Stephanie Cadieux, Rod Lotzkar, president of Regional Recycling, and Coun. Bruce Hayne perform the ceremonial ribbon cutting at the grand opening of Regional Recycling in Cloverdale May 3.
— image credit: Cloverdale Reporter

Open for business: Scott Fraser, CEO of Encorp Pacific, Surrey-Cloverdale MLA Stephanie Cadieux, Rod Lotzkar, president of Regional Recycling, and Coun. Bruce Hayne perform the ceremonial ribbon cutting at the grand opening of Regional Recycling in Cloverdale May 3.

The business will accept free or purchase all forms of appliances, paper, metal, glass, electronics, light bulbs and fixtures, batteries, beverage containers, paint, solvents, pesticides and some plastics.

Regional Recycling operates eight public recycling facilities in Vancouver, Richmond, Burnaby, Abbotsford, Whistler and Nanaimo. The Cloverdale location is at 5534 176 St.

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