There will be NO CURBSIDE RECYCLING PICKUP on Monday, July 2 due to the Canada Day statutory holiday (as July 1 falls on a Sunday, the BC Employment Standards Branch has designated July 2nd as the official stat holiday).
Regular Monday curbside recycling pickup will resume on Monday, July 9. If you have lots of recycling in the meantime, bring it down to the Maple Ridge Recycling Depot, located at 10092 – 236th Street, just south of River Road in the Albion Industrial Park. The Recycling Depot will be OPEN on both Sunday, July 1 and Monday, July 2 from 9am – 5pm.
2 Process Worker/Swamper/Supported Work Assistant Positions Available
Ridge Meadows Recycling Society has two summer positions available for students returning to school in the fall. All positions will start on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 and end on Friday, August 24, 2018 (term: 8 weeks).
Both positions are full time, flexible hours (including weekends), and pay $15.00/hour. Please send in your applications ASAP.
Tasks & Responsibilities: -processing and sorting recyclable commodities
-assisting the public to unload products from their vehicles
-monitoring the pubic drop off front line area and providing direction to the public
-general cleanup: ensuring the production area is clean and organized at all times
-picking up recycling boxes and bags at curbside and sorting into bins on the curbside truck
-delivering recycling boxes
-all other duties as assigned
These activities will take place throughout the community and at the Maple Ridge Recycling Depot. Applicants must be hard workers. Work schedule may be flexible and include some weekends. Must be bondable. Send resume & cover letter via email to Leanne Koehn, Community Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications & resumes can be also submitted in person at the Ridge Meadows Recycling Society office, 10092 – 236th Street (at the Maple Ridge Recycling Depot office), or by fax to 604-467-6100. All applicants must be returning to school in September, 2018.
Ridge Meadows Recycling Society gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the Government of Canada through their Canada Summer Jobs Grant.
Don’t miss the awesome activities at the Celebrate Earth Day festival coming up on Saturday, April 21! Our “DIY: Make it, Grow it, Fix it, Share it” theme includes TINKERbell Station & our 2nd Repair Cafe in the Greg Moore Youth Centre (south-east corner of Memorial Peace Park), the Familly Freecycle and Cycle Recycle Free Bike Draw, a Special Haney Farmers’ Market, a Food Truck Festival, interactive booths & activities, entertainment stages & roving performers & flash mobs and lots more!! It’s only on from 10am – 2pm, so come early, come hungry, and bring your broken stuff for repair!
Ridge Meadows Recycling Society has received funding from Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program to organize Maple Ridge’s first Repair Cafés. Repair Cafes are pop-up events where residents can bring their broken items (small appliances, jewelry, clothing, small toys or furniture, etc.) and there are tools, materials, and volunteer “fixers” available to help residents learn to repair their stuff!
There will be NO CURBSIDE RECYCLING PICKUP on Monday, February 12 due to the Family Day statutory holiday.
Regular Monday curbside recycling pickup will resume on Monday, February 19. If you have lots of recycling in the meantime, bring it down to the Maple Ridge Recycling Depot, located at 10092 – 236th Street, just south of River Road in the Albion Industrial Park. The Recycling Depot will be OPEN on February 12 from 9am – 5pm.