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The Beauharnois-Salaberry RCM invites citizens to participate in a written public consultation to be held from March 28th to April 29th.

This consultation follows the adoption by the Council of Mayors of the RCM, at its public meeting on September 21st, of the draft of the 2023-2029 Residual Materials Management Plan (RMMP) for its territory, in accordance with the Environmental Quality Act. Thus, citizens, groups and organizations interested in being heard and learning more about the orientations of the draft of the 2023-2029 RMMP project are invited to participate in this public consultation exercise in writing.

Interested individuals and groups are therefore invited to access (available in French only) to read the full RMMP document. As of March 28th, at this same website, people will also be able to view a summary document and watch a short online video summarizing the objectives, content and directions of the RMMP.

Anyone wishing to submit written comments during the consultation period may do so until April 29th by email at or by mail at 2, rue Ellice, Beauharnois (Quebec), J6N 1W6.

Interested individuals, groups and organizations may also file a brief before the deadline at the offices of the RCM or send it by email to the coordinates mentioned above.

The RCM emphasizes that this public consultation is very important as it relates to planning intended to establish the regional portrait of the management of our residual materials, to determine the orientations to be followed and the objectives to be achieved, as well as the means and actions to be implemented to achieve this. In fact, the current RMMP project includes 84 actions to be carried out from 2023 to 2029.

Also, this call for citizen consultation is even more relevant since the RCM’s future RMMP must cover all sectors generating residual materials, whether residential, industrial, commercial or institutional, and must lead to the achievement of the objectives identified by the Government of Quebec.

Mélanie Calvé


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