The Village of Harrison Hot Springs has partnered with Return-It to provide residents and tourists with 14 new beverage recycle bins. (Contributed Photo/Village of Harrison Hot Springs)

Harrison gains Return-It bottle bins

Fourteen containers now available for use around village

The village just got a little more blue – in a good way.

The Village of Harrison Hot Springs recently partnered with Return-It to contribute to local recycling. Return-It installed 14 beverage container recycling bins throughout the village in a more concerted effort to get beverage containers to the depot and out of the landfill.

The bins are never locked, self-servicing and durable.

RELATED: Agassiz Return-It Depot slated for modernization

RELATED: B.C. Return-It to double recycling deposits for pop cans, juice boxes next month

The Agassiz Bottle Depot is the closest Return-It facility to Harrison Hot Springs, located at 7659 Industrial Way in Agassiz.


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