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  - Addiction Resource
  - Medical Malpractice

Disposal Services
  - Electronics
- Batteries
- Cell Phones
- Paint
- Motor Oil
Donated Items
  - Clothing & Furniture
- Computers
- Vehicle

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Servicemen and women oftentimes face unique challenges when leaving active duty and readjusting to civilian life.

These challenges include

  • discovering ways to re-establish their roles within the family,
  • having to find and obtain a civilian job (sometimes for the first time ever, such as when enlisting after graduating from high school),
  • and adjusting to a life that involves making their own choices versus being told what to do, how to do it, and when.


While prescription drugs can cure medical conditions and save lives, they can also cause harm. Defective drugs are known to cause severe adverse effects and death.

Type 2 Diabetes Drugs

Diabetes drugs have been linked with cardiovascular problems such as heart attacks and heart failure. Pharmaceutical companies have paid billions of dollars to settle thousands of lawsuits relating to diabetes drugs. Defective diabetes drugs include Actos and Avandia.


Antidepressants including selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs) have been used to treat depression and similar conditions for decades. However, antidepressants have been linked to serious side effects such as suicide, birth defects, and withdrawal once treatment is complete.

For further information on defective drugs or devices visit:

Consumer Safety Guide

United States is dedicated to keeping the public informed about consumer dangers and safety issues associated with numerous products that can cause the public harm.
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Mabel's Labels

If you are frustrated by the amount of stuff your kids lose, these labels are for you!

Mabel's Labels
are sticky labels and clothing labels that are dishwasher, microwave and laundry safe,
and customized with a child's name, choice of colours and icon.

They also offer child safety products and household labels. You'll be amazed what you can label!

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Got Junk?

If you have old furniture, appliances, garden waste or renovation debris that you want to get rid of, contact

Offers full-service junk removal for your
home or business including offices, retail locations,
constructions sites, and more. Our friendly team is happy to
meet all your junk hauling needs, including:
  • Household Junk Removal: appliance, refrigerator, furniture removal and more
  • Office Junk Removal: computer, printer and monitor recycling
  • General Junk Removal: leaf, rubbish, garbage removal alternative and more
Visit to book your free on-site estimate.
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The following locations will recycle your electronic devices:

  • London Drugs: Most locations
  • Salvation Army: Most locations
  • Fresh Start Recycling and Disposal: 1271 Howe Street
  • Value Village: 1820 East Hastings


Drop off any of your old desktop or notebook computers, monitors, desktop printers, fax machines
and televisions free of charge at any of the following locations:

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North Shore Bottle Depot
235 Donaghy Avenue

Salvation Army - North Vancouver
241 Lonsdale Avenue

North Vancouver Bottle & Return-It Depot
310 Brooksbank Avenue

Salvation Army - Guildford
13853 104th Avenue

Fleetwood Bottle Depot
15093 Fraser Highway
Willowbrook Recycling
19641, 60th Avenue

Salvation Army - Langley
19868 Langley By-Pass

Langley Bottle Depot
20137 Industrial Ave.

Fraser Valley Bottle & Return-It Depot
#108, 22575 Fraser Hwy

More Locations Click here



According to a 2007 report by Environment Canada, Canadians will throw away over 495 million batteries by 2010, all which could have been recycled. Inside landfills these batteries will leak into the soil and release heavy metals that may eventually make their way into water systems. This poses a health risk to local citizens. According to the report, only two percent of batteries are recycled. Recycling facilities can separate these metals, and use the material to create new batteries or other metal products. The following locations will take your used batteries for recycling:

  • Vancouver Batteries: 2192 West Broadway
  • London Drugs: Most Locations
  • Leos Camera Supply: 1055 Granville Street
  • Mountain Co-Op Equipment: 130 West Broadway
  • WCS Recycling: 1493 Dominion Street
  • Ikea: Coquitlam and Richmond

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Cell Phones

Cell Phones

Due to constant technology changes, cell phones are frequently discarded, and can easily end up in landfills when their materials are recyclable.

According to an article by CBC, over 40,000 cell phones are discarded daily.
The following locations will recycle your old cell phone:

  • Rogers: Most Rogers locations
  • Staples Business Depot: 1322 West Broadway
  • Salvation Army Thrift Store: 1900 West 4th
  • London Drugs: Most locations

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According to Statistics Canada, 38 percent of Canadians still have old paint in their household, simply because they didn't know how to dispose of it. Paint cans are made of recyclable aluminum material that can be melted down to create new metals, and many locations even collect used paint to recycle old paint into usable paint. The following locations will recycle your paint:

  • Go Green Bottle Depot and Recycling: 7 East 7th Avenue
  • Pat's Recycling: 476 East 38th Ave
  • East Van Bottle Depot: 2605 Kaslo Street

Many paint stores will also take your used cans for recycling
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Motor Oil


Used motor oils, like batteries, can cause soil contamination, poor and/or dangerous water quality, and hurt wildlife. The following locations will recycle your used motor oil:

  • Salvidge Automotive: 1636 4th Avenue
  • Carter Honda: 1502 West 3rd Avenue
  • Mr. Lube: 2850 Arbutus Street
  • Canadian Tire: Most locations
  • Grandview Tire and Auto Centre: 2886 Commercial Drive
  • VAP Brake and Clutch: 2098 Commercial Drive
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Clothing and Furniture Donations
BC SPCA BC Pick up available
Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver BC Pick up available
Developmental Disabilites Association BC Pick up and drop off - check website for more information
Elizabeth Fry Society BC Please drop off goods - check website for more information
Harvest Project BC Please drop off goods during posted hours
Treasure Cottage BC Please contact Treasure Cottage through the website for more details
Union Gospel Mission BC Please drop off goods
Burnaby Hospice society Thrift Store Burnaby, BC Please contact Burnaby Hospice Society through the website for more details
Kamloops Food Bank/Action Centre Kamloops, BC Pick up and drop off available
Silver Harbour Centre North Vancouver, BC Please drop off goods during posted hours
Aunt Leah's Vancouver, BC Please contact Aunt Leah's for more information
Gordon House Youth S.E.A.R.C.H. Vancouver, BC Please contact Gordon House for more information
Gather and Give Vancouver, BC Please contact Gather and Give for details
HomeStart Foundation Vancouver, BC Drop off by appointment, Pick up in Vancouver, Richmond & Burnaby (west of Royal Oak) ONLY
Mis'cel'la'ny Finds: Humans for Responsible Reconsumption Vancouver, BC Drop off at the back door - plenty of free parking!
Richmond animal Protection Society (RAPS) Richmond, BC Please contact RAPS for more information
Lookout Emergency Aid Society Vancouver, BC Please contact for more information
Working Gear Vancouver, BC Drop off items on Saturdays between 10am and 2pm
The Re-Use-It Centre Whistler, BC Please contact The Re-Use-It Centre for more information

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Computer Donations
Donate Computers
Adoptive Families Association BC Pick up or delivery can be arranged
Neil Squire Society Burnaby, BC Please contact for more information

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Vehicle Donation
Charity Car
A-Part Auto Wrecking Cars 4 Charities Program BC Vehicles towed free of charge
Atira Women`s Resource Centre BC Vehicles towed free of charge
MADD Greater Vancouver Chapter BC Vehicles towed free of charge
Charity Car Program Liver Program BC Vehicles towed free of charge

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