The Thérèse-De Blainville PD continues to surprise us with the expansion of its scope of services and initiatives.

The Thérèse-De Blainville PD continues to surprise us with the expansion of its scope of services and initiatives. This time around it goes beyond civilian protection and into the environment.

As part of Earth Day, the Régie intermunicipale de police Thérèse-De Blainville is proud to be associated with the union of its civilian employees affiliated with CUPE, local section 4708.

Indeed, the RIPTB will collect the masks of its employees while encouraging a Quebec company located in Magog. With a simple, low-cost solution, this company disinfects and recycles different types of face masks to turn them into plastic materials which are then recycled into new products. The RIPTB and the union invite businesses in the area to recycle their masks and thus take concrete and significant action for the environment. RIPTB invites all residents to consult the RECYC-QUEBEC website to identify companies that offer recycling of personal protective equipment (PPE)