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Kristen Douglas | Campbell River Mirror

The City of Campbell River will not stand in the way of a provincially-approved plan to accept asbestos at the Campbell River landfill. more

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The Comox Strathcona Waste Management service will receive $5.5 million from the provincial and federal governments to open an organics composting facility. more

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Nuisance odours courtesy of local restaurants, or any other business, will no longer be tolerated within the city limits. more

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Campbell River homeowners can expect to see a significant tax increase for solid waste services when they receive their property tax notices for 2017. more

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City staff is recommending council approve a bylaw that would outlaw nuisance odours. more

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Residents using the recycling bins at Strathcona Gardens and the Sportsplex will no longer have to worry about sorting their recyclables. more

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City council should do everything in its power to stop Upland Excavating from expanding its landfill to accept non-hazardous solid waste, according to a report done for the Campbell River Environment Committee. more

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Cambell River city council is asking the Comox Valley Regional District to apply for grant funding to build a compost facility in Campbell River. more

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Members of a local environmental group are raising the alarm with the city over a proposed soil remediation facility that they say threatens the city’s drinking water. more

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The power of social media was on display Saturday as a large group of volunteers – many who didn’t know one another – came out to clean up one of Campbell River’s worst illegal dumping grounds. more

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