#MoMustGo! Moustache Shave-Off

Dec 19 2017, 8:55 pm

Shave the Mo. Recycle the razor. Support the cause.

It’s been a month and now The Mo Must Go! But don’t hack off all that hard work with an old razor, let the pros from Regal Barbers do it for you – for FREE.

On Sunday, November 30, ElectroRecycle, B.C.’s small appliance and power tool recycling program, is bringing back the #MoMustGo! Moustache Shave-Off. All you have to do is bring your old, broken or unwanted electric razor, trimmer or shaver to the Pacific Centre Atrium off Howe and Georgia from 1 to 4 p.m. for recycling and say goodbye to your Mo in style at their pop-up barber shop.

For every electric razor, trimmer and shaver recycled throughout November, ElectroRecycle has pledged to donate $5 to the Movember movement. This year’s goal is to DOUBLE collection from last year in order to raise $12,570 across the province – that’s 2,514 products diverted away from landfills. There’s also still time to do your part, so visit www.electrorecycle.ca to find the closest collection site to you.


ElectroRecycle #MoMustGo!

What: Receive a FREE hot shave compliments of Regal Barbers when you bring an old, broken or unwanted electric razor, shaver or trimmer for recycling.

When: Sunday, November 30 from 1 to 4 p.m.

Where: Inside the Atrium at Pacific Centre, off the corner of Howe and Georgia Street

Electric Razor Recycling facts:

  • An estimated 23,813 shavers and trimmers have been recycled since launch – that’s over 34,750 kg of man-scaping recyclables!
  • Electric shavers, razors and trimmers make up approximately 1% of total items collected by ElectroRecycle
  • Blessed with a thick beard? The thicker the beard, the more often you need to replace your electronic shaver.

ElectroRecycle is B.C.’s small appliance and power tool recycling program which accepts more than 300 products for FREE at 145+ recycling depots across the province. This program manages the recycling logistics behind the scenes to ensure that your products are broken down properly, sorted and diverted away from landfills. For more information on ElectroRecycle and to find the closest depot to you, visit www.electrorecycle.ca

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