The Bin it video series offers a trip right into the heart of the curbside recycling system and highlights its evolving transformation.
Because a modernized curbside recycling system is synonym of a greener and more economically prosperous Quebec.
Overview of circular economy
Rose-Aimée meets with Daniel Normandin (CERIEC), Marie Julie Bégin (ÉEQ) and Geneviève Dionne (ÉEQ) to discuss circular economy, the curbside recycling modernization project, as well as ecodesign.
Better packaging for tomorrow
Julie Poitras-Saulnier (LOOP Mission) and Sophie Bélanger (Agropur) discuss ecodesign challenges and present inspiring projects to reduce their products' environmental impact.
Ecodesign, where collaboration is key
Rose-Aimée meets with Charles David Mathieu-Poulin (TC Transcontinental), Evelyne Lafontaine (Cascades) and Guillaume Villemure (Soleno) to better understand challenges related to C, PM, P & Ns production, recyclability and the transformation of these materials.
To see further than the edge of our bin
Rose-Aimée discovers plastic recyclability issues with Paul-André Veilleux (Laiterie de Coaticook) and discusses the importance of collaboration between different actors of the value chain with previous speakers.
The ups and downs of a full bin
In this episode, Mylène Fugère (ÉEQ) and Jean-Sébastien Daigle (Société VIA) shed light on the importance of putting the right materials in our bin. Because a performing recycling system starts with the right sorting gesture.
Uniting our forces to recycle better
Jean-Sébastien Daigle (Société VIA) and Normand Gadoury (ÉEQ) discuss with Rose-Aimée the main challenges that Quebec MRFs must face today and the importance of modernization.