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Recycling options shrinking in Comox Valley

A woman notes the several 24-hour public recycling depots in the Comox Valley that will remain after this one at Home Depot in Courtenay closes this Friday. For more information, visit www.comoxvalleyrd.ca/EN/main/community/environmental/recycling.html. - Mark Allan
A woman notes the several 24-hour public recycling depots in the Comox Valley that will remain after this one at Home Depot in Courtenay closes this Friday. For more information, visit www.comoxvalleyrd.ca/EN/main/community/environmental/recycling.html.
— image credit: Mark Allan
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