Changes are coming to the Langley City recycling program starting July 1, 2020. (Recycle BC)

Changes coming to Langley City recycling program

New contractor to take over duties July 1

Changes are coming to the Langley City recycling program starting next month.

RecycleBC have partnered with a new contractor to provide curbside collection services for residents.

Starting July 1 GFL Environmental will takeover the duties from Emterra Environmental.

As part of the switch residents will need to sort recycling material in new collection containers provided – yellow bag for paper and grey box for glass.

Containers (plastic, metal and cartons) will still be sorted into the blue box.

The collection schedule for City residents will not be changing including the type of material accepted.

For more information about how to correctly sort materials visit or download the Recycle BC app.

Recycle BC is a not-for-profit organization responsible for residential packaging and paper recycling throughout the province. It services over 98 per cent of British Columbia.

For questions about collection zones, missed pick-ups, holiday schedules or recycling containers email or call 778-765-3662 starting July 1.

Frequently asked questions are answer at or email


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