Metro ‘crazy’ to name WTE sites ahead of technology

Surrey North Delta Leader

Metro solid waste manager Paul Henderson said the province’s approval of the region’s solid waste plan and its directives from the environment minister require that sites – both in region and out of region – as well as technologies be all considered in parallel, not in a particular order, through a competitive process. “We’re bound by the plan,” added Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie, chair of Metro’s Zero Waste committee.

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Fast lane to the future

Vancouver Sun

Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie is an enthusiastic user of the Canada Line, but also notes that almost as many people ride the Line to access Richmond as …

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City signs contract

Burnaby Now

Coquitlam voted on Monday night to sign off on the deal while Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie told the Richmond News that the cities did agree to chip in for …

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Many B.C. mayors remain undecided on signing expensive RCMP contract

Vancouver Province

While mayors have seen the complicated contract, a promised “companion document” explaining the contract in more detail is yet to be seen. “That has been a critical point ­­— we haven’t seen it,” said Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie, one of a large number of big-city mayors who haven’t seen enough to sign on the bottom line.

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