Solid Waste Management – Policy for Accepting New Materials
Solid Waste Management Services was seeking feedback on a Draft Policy for Accepting New Materials into City of Toronto Waste Diversion Streams (e.g. Blue Bin recycling and Green Bin organics) in April, 2018. Visit the Waste Strategy website to read a copy of the draft policy, or view presentation slides and watch a recording of the March 21 public meeting about the new policy.
Contact: Robin Shyllit, Senior Public Consultation Coordinator, 416-392-3358, firstname.lastname@example.org
Final Report on City of Toronto Long Term Waste Management Strategy
The final Waste Strategy is now complete and was considered by the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee (PWIC) at their meeting on Monday June 20, 2016 and City Council at their meeting of July 12-14, 2016.
The report can be viewed online including attachments with the Final Waste Strategy document and Public Consultation Report:
Draft Long Term Waste Management Strategy
A staff report on the Long Term Waste Management Strategy was presented to the City of Toronto’s Public Works and Infrastructure Committee on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 (third item on the agenda). Public Consultation took place in the Spring 2016.
Picking Up After your Pet
Compliments of Councillor Jaye Robinson
Residents are expressing concerns about improper disposal of dog waste. The following is a brief review of Solid Waste Management’s recommendations for disposing of dog waste properly.
- DO: Take a baggie with you to pick up dog waste.
- DO NOT: Throw dog waste baggies into bushes or trees, as plastic bags containing dog waste do not break down.
- DO: dispose of dog waste in your personal green bins.
- DO NOT: Leave dog waste on your neighbour’s property or in your neighbour’s garbage bins or yard waste bags.
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