• Recycling In Your Backyard

    Whether you like to plant flowers, vegetables or herbs, or work on projects in the yard, summer season is in full swing. But what do you do with the extra plastic and packaging once you’re done setting everything up? Here’s a list of items commonly used in the yard, and how you can recycle them in Manitoba.

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  • New Educational Program!

    We’ve teamed up with Earth Rangers for a new program geared toward Manitoba youth. We’re excited to be sponsoring their newest mission, R.A.W.R. (Rescue Animals While Recycling)! Read More…

  • What is Plogging?

    With spring here and the snow melting away, it’s hard to turn a blind eye to the litter and garbage that has been left behind. That’s why we’re encouraging you to get out and go plogging! If you haven’t heard of it, it’s a new activity where you pick up litter while out jogging. It originates from Sweden, combining the Swedish phrase ‘plocka upp’ and jogging. If going for a run isn’t your thing, you can also go ‘plalking,’ which is picking up litter while walking. Read More…

  • Tips For Tidying Up Your Home

    Happy New Year! Most people associate the New Year with a new, fresh start. Netflix launched “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” on January 1st and since then, the tidying craze has begun. Many of us have started to use the KonMari method as a way to clean up our home. Here are some tips on how to dispose of the items that no longer spark joy within you.

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  • Happy Holidays from MMSM!

    As 2018 comes to a close, we would like to thank you for your recycling efforts over the past year. Manitoba continues to move forward as a leader in recycling, and we couldn’t have done it without your help! Read More…


What Can I Recycle

Learn what can be recycled in your community.

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What not to recycle

Learn what you cannot recycle in your community.

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How can I recycle more effectively?

Discover some helpful tips to improve recycling in your household.

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How can I reduce plastic bag use?

See how you can help Manitoba reduce single-use plastic bag use by 50%

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