5@7 on the management of residual materials: Nov 14
Article published on 13 November 2018
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The MRC Pontiac is organizing another information session (5@7) on residual material management tomorrow (November 14th) at the Old Chapeau Bank in the municipality of L’Isle-aux-Allumettes. The Environmental Coordinator at the MRC Pontiac, Kari Richardson, says that the information acquired at the 5@7 could have a positive impact on municipalities:

The event is organized in collaboration with the MRC and Enviro Educ-Action, specialists in environmental issues, who will be hosting the event discussing topics related to waste reduction and composting in rural areas. It is mandatory to register to attend the event. Do so by emailing: t.raimbault mrcpontiac.qc.ca or k.richardson mrcpontiac.qc.ca.

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