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Curbside Collection Policy Insights Available in New CIF Centre of Excellence Webpages

Despite the changes in the wind for Ontario Blue Box programs, there are several constants: maintaining resident participation in recycling programs and reducing costs, and contamination of incoming materials matter. And of course, we need to keep recyclable materials out of landfills.

Many municipalities are addressing these issues with curbside collection policies. Find out about the policies and potential impacts on recovery, markets and costs in the new Centre of Excellence Collection Policy webpages.

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CIF Connections Posts

Next Lowest Hanging Fruit to Improve Diversion?

Clothing, footwear, towels, bedding, and drapes – all are examples of textiles that may end up landfills once residents [...]

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Sault Ste. Marie and GFL Celebrate 5 Successful Years with Split-Body Cart Recycling

Source: saultstemarie.ca Sault Ste. Marie along with its contractor, Green for Life Environmental (GFL) are celebrating 5 years of successful [...]

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Biobased Plastics and Blue Box Recycling

“Bio-based” or “degradable” plastics were developed as a solution to environmental concerns with conventional plastics: to help reduce litter [...]

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