NB Power is still working to restore power to everyone...
you can see updates on their Twitter or HERE on their website.
Tweets by NB_Power
-Warming Centers info HERE
-Useful Storm Info Links HERE
-Our Storm Watch Page is HERE (it. is. awesome.)
-Trees, Branches, and Wasted Food
*In Dieppe, put small branches in green bags. Branches can be put in bundles at the curb, but must be put in bundles 4 feet or less. The BIG stuff can be taken to Southeast Eco360 for free (map) (call 877-1040) or keep that stuff until Spring Cleanup in May.
*In Moncton, you can call for trees and branch pickup (506-859-2643). You have to put that stuff in bundles no longer than 4 feet.
You can also drop off trees and branches at...
Mapleton Park (Gorge Road entrance)
Ball Field on Crowley Farm Road.
Southeast Eco 360 (100 Bill Slater Drive)
*Garbage Note...Curbside collection & drop-off locations for residents with downed trees or branches. Info: https://t.co/yhKiqTqQuX #Moncton pic.twitter.com/RDfTiWa9Wy— City of Moncton (@CityofMoncton) January 27, 2017
If you have spoiled food from the power outage, you can throw the food out, package-and-all, in your green bag...
Also, the City of Moncton says you can drop off wasted food at Southeast Eco360.For residents with no clear bag pickup this week, food that has to be thrown out can be placed in the green bag along with its packaging.— Eco360 (@Eco360_SE) January 29, 2017
Need any trash-sorting help? CLICK HERE