The sale and use of pesticides is regulated by law in Montréal. Following organic gardening methods is a great way to keep your lawn, garden and vegetable patch healthy and pest-free without using pesticides.
Montréal has adopted a by-law prohibiting the distribution of advertising materials, including flyers and leaflets. Effective May 17, 2023, it will be prohibited to distribute these materials to your property without your consent. Plastic packaging for advertising materials will also be prohibited.
The city inspects the valves in its waterworks network each year to ensure that drinking water is properly distributed. When inspections are carried out, it can temporarily lower the water pressure of your faucet or cause discoloured water.
Each year, our workers plan the work to be done on the trees located on public land in the neighbourhood, including felling, stump removal and the planting of new trees. If this work is taking place in front of your home, you can find the answers to your questions here.
The city is building water mains to improve and secure drinking water supply to the western part of the island of Montréal. This project will be carried out over a 10-year period.
Soon, it will be possible to eliminate almost all viruses, bacteria and pharmaceutical products from wastewater treated at the Jean-R.-Marcotte treatment station. Learn more about the largest ozonation unit in the world that is being built.
All about the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro’s preparation and state of the situation for the 2022 spring flood. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, our resources are mobilized and we are ready in case of flooding.
Did you know that gypsum board debris can be transformed to enrich farmland or used as absorbent material by pumping companies and commercial garages? The Écocentre Saint-Laurent is participating in a pilot project to give gypsum a second life.
The Arrondissement de Saint-Laurent, in collaboration with the organization VertCité, has set up grant programs to encourage the population to reduce their waste, contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gases and be better off. prepared for climate change.
The water main reconstruction work on Rue Saint-Antoine may affect your daily life. Here is what you need to know.
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