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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

CIF Pilot Project Confirms Expanded Polystyrene Recycling Possible but Challenging

The CIF recently funded a pilot project to evaluate densification and marketing of curbside collected Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) in [...]

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Using RFID Waste Collection Data to Find & Target Poor Multi-Residential Performers

Peel’s Regional Council issued a resolution to achieve a diversion target of 75% by 2034. Recognizing Multi-residential (MR) sector [...]

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2018 CIF REOI Update: 41 Applications Received!

This was the ninth year the REOI was released to encourage municipalities to undertake new effectiveness and efficiency projects. [...]

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