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Multi-Material Stewardship Manitoba Inc. in partnership with the Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association and its Recycle Everywhere program launched a new project last week called the Single Family Dwelling Project, or the SFD Project.

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Multi-Material Stewardship Manitoba Inc. (MMSM) in partnership with the Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association (CBCRA) and its Recycle Everywhere program are proud to congratulate Cranberry Portage as the winner of the 2017 Northern and First Nations Community Clean-up.

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Join us on August 16 at Shaw Park to cheer on your Winnipeg Goldeyes! Before the game, we will be on the Goldeyes Promenade collecting plastic bags for our Bag it Forward Program with Winnipeg Harvest.

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Multi-Material Stewardship Manitoba Inc. (MMSM) released its 2016 Annual Report today, showcasing the continued growth of Manitoba’s residential recycling programs. The recovery rate increased to 65.4% making Manitoba a leader in residential recycling in the country.

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Test your recycling IQ with the Washroom WatchList. QX 104 and 94.3 The Drive are helping us teach you about recycling in other areas of the home, including the sometimes forgotten washroom.

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The Plastic Bag Grab Challenge has returned for 2017! Learn more here. 

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MMSM is excited to announce that the University of Winnipeg is the newest partner in the Bag it Forward Program. Students and residents in the area can now drop-off their gently used plastic bags at one of six Bag it Forward bins on campus.

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Make your white Christmas “greener” by following some of these environmentally friendly holiday season tips!

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Cartons are recyclable. They are made mainly from paper, with a thin layer of polyethylene (plastic) and in some cases, a thin layer of aluminum.

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This fall, 137 schools across Manitoba participated in the MMSM Bag Up Manitoba program, keeping 1,106,723 plastic bags out of the landfills.

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