The City of Coquitlam is expanding its infrastructure – making it easier to ride your bike, park your car, and even charge your phone. And the power of the sun is playing a big part.
Two Port Coquitlam staff are out early in the morning conducting an audit of recycling bins lined up for collection. It’s part of a larger project tackling the contamination rate of recycling materials.
What takes curbside organic waste and turns it into compost and biogas? The new $68 million dollar Surrey Biofuel Facility opened in March 2018. It now transforms all of the City’s curbside organic waste into useful products while reducing GHGs.
Langley Township has engineered several thriving ecosystems for its 1600 kilometres of watercourses. A special kind of culvert on Yorkson Creek has a unique feature – allowing for easier passage for spawning salmon.