City of Montreal expands composting to highrise apartment buildings in select boroughs
Montreal is finally bringing composting to apartment complexes.
Tenants who live at highrise buildings in select boroughs will now be able to start composting. The city has announced a pilot project involving four boroughs and more than 4,000 apartment units in each of them.
St. Laurent, Montreal North, South West and Ville Marie are all involved in the project.
It’s the last step in deploying domestic composting across the city, after the city finally introduced it to everyone else last December. But city officials say it hasn’t been easy to develop a strategy to successful bring composting to apartment buildings that have nine units or more.
“That’s why we don’t make the deployment in Montreal at the same, because like we said, it’s not a one-size-fits-all and for sure some owners will say it’s too complicated,” Parenteau told reporters.
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