No-waste grocery store in Vancouver aims to reduce landfill

Published on February 1, 2019, 1:23 pm

Published by BCLocalNews Editor

A no-waste grocery store in Vancouver is selling items without single-use packaging in an effort to reduce landfill. Nada co-owner Brianne Miller says the store has diverted 140,000 containers from landfill in seven months. (The Canadian Press)





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