ElectroRecycle Ambassadors spend Wednesday at Osoyoos Bottle Depot

By on June 25, 2014
Hilary Falk (left) and Anna McDonald were at the Osoyoos Bottle Depot on Wednesday to spread the word about the ElectroRecycle Program. They want local residents to know that they can drop off a wide variety of household electrical products including small appliances, power tools, electric exercise equipment, sewing machines and many more at the Bottle Depot for free recycling. The two, both from Vancouver, are among six ElectroRecycle Ambassadors touring the province to spread the message throughout the summer. This is the third summer in a row that the ambassadors have been spreading the word. Although they travel between May 5 and August 28, the ElectroRecycle program runs year round. It is not for profit and is the only government-approved electrical product recycling program in B.C. To learn more, including what products can be recycled, visit www.electrorecycle.ca. (Richard McGuire photo)

Hilary Falk (left) and Anna McDonald were at the Osoyoos Bottle Depot on Wednesday to spread the word about the ElectroRecycle Program. They want local residents to know that they can drop off a wide variety of household electrical products including small appliances, power tools, electric exercise equipment, sewing machines and many more at the Bottle Depot for free recycling. The two, both from Vancouver, are among six ElectroRecycle Ambassadors touring the province to spread the message throughout the summer. This is the third summer in a row that the ambassadors have been spreading the word. Although they travel between May 5 and August 28, the ElectroRecycle program runs year round. It is not for profit and is the only government-approved electrical product recycling program in B.C. To learn more, including what products can be recycled, visit www.electrorecycle.ca. (Richard McGuire photo)

Hilary Falk (left) and Anna McDonald were at the Osoyoos Bottle Depot on Wednesday to spread the word about the ElectroRecycle Program. They want local residents to know that they can drop off a wide variety of household electrical products including small appliances, power tools, electric exercise equipment, sewing machines and many more at the Bottle Depot for free recycling. The two, both from Vancouver, are among six ElectroRecycle Ambassadors touring the province to spread the message throughout the summer. This is the third summer in a row that the ambassadors have been spreading the word. Although they travel between May 5 and August 28, the ElectroRecycle program runs year round. It is not for profit and is the only government-approved electrical product recycling program in B.C. To learn more, including what products can be recycled, visit www.electrorecycle.ca. (Richard McGuire photo)

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