NEAT Night is back in town for another round

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“We want to talk about recycling in the Peace; how it has changed and how it can change again,” the event page reads.

A variety of environmental and city representatives will be available to talk about the Multi Material B.C. program and how it affects the Peace Region.

The City of Fort St. John will also be there to talk about the possibility of bringing curb side recycling into Fort St. John.

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The speakers will include Karen Mason-Bennett with NEAT, Paulo Eichelberger with the Peace River Regional District, Ken Rodgers with the City of Fort St. John, and Ken Griffins with Eco-Depot. 

The event runs Wednesday June 25, from 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

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