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How the City of Montreal plans to go 'zero waste'

CBC.ca Friday, 18 October 2019
In its plan for the management of residual waste over the next five years, the City of Montreal is proposing a new "social contract" with residents and businesses, inviting us to change how we view waste and consumption.
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