Best Practices

October 1, 2013

Promotion & Education Initiatives – Carleton Place

Delivery of a P&E campaign to educate residents on the recent changes to Carleton Place’s collection program (i.e., movement to single stream and expansion to the list of targeted materials). Documents Final Report: Small Program P&E Plan Implementation Blog Post Related Projects Categories Best Practices | P&E |    

October 1, 2013

Increasing Curbside Collection Capacity

Large curbside containers will be used to support the harmonization of the blue box program of 8 amalgamated municipalities under Dufferin County. The increase in curbside collection storage capacity is expected to increase capture. Documents Final Report: Large Blue Boxes for New Amalgamated Program Blog Post Related Projects Categories Best Practices | Collection | Collection Containers...

September 13, 2012

Recycling Workshops for Superintendents & Property Managers

This project will support municipal development of workshops for multi-residential building staff & management in two areas: 1. Train-the-trainer workshop for municipal staff (CIF will run two workshops) and 2. Funding for municipalities to implement workshops. Documents Toronto Final Report (434.2): Superintendent and Property Management Workshop Niagara Final Report (434.3): Multi-Residential Superintendent &...

July 31, 2010

Implement MRes Best Practices – Kawartha Lakes

The City of Kawartha Lakes includes 17 communities, a population of 80,000 and covers an expansive geographic area. At their approximately 200 mostly small buildings, Kawartha Lakes staff will implement multi-res best practices including: complete site visits, update database, increase recycling cart capacity, develop and deliver new P&E materials. Documents Final Report: Multi-Residential Recycling: Implementing Best Practices Blog Post Related...

April 30, 2010

Implement MRes Best Practices – Essex Windsor

EWSWA will add recycling capacity in multi-res buildings by replacement of 360 litre carts with 4 yard bins at buildings with more than 140 units and increase number of carts at other buildings to best practice levels to achieve overall goal of 50 litre per unit on average. Documents Final Report: Multi-residential Recycling: Implementing Best...

May 30, 2010

Implement MRes Best Practices – Oxford

Oxford County has 100 multi-res buildings. Oxford will implement best practices including:  complete site visits, update database, increase recycling cart capacity, develop and deliver new P&E materials. Documents Final Report: Multi-Residential Recycling: Implementing Best Practices Blog Post Related Projects Project #514.2 Categories Best Practices | Multi-Residential |    

August 30, 2010

Transfer Station Upgrades

Upgrade the existing recycling drop-off area by increasing the size and layout to accommodate additional bins for recycling and making it more user friendly for residents. Documents Final Report: Transfer Station Upgrades Blog Post Related Projects Project #522.2 Project #522.10 Categories Best Practices | Depots |    

April 30, 2010

Implement MRes Best Practices – Woodstock

The City of Woodstock has 105 multi-res buildings. Woodstock will implement multi-res best practices including: complete site visits, update database, increase recycling cart capacity, develop and deliver new P&E materials. Documents Final Report: Multi-Residential Recycling: Implementing Best Practices Blog Post Related Projects Project #525.2 Categories Best Practices | Multi-Residential |    

September 11, 2011

Implementation of Multi-Residential Best Practices – Brantford

Brantford has 160 multi-res buildings.  Brantford will implement multi-res best practices including:  complete site visits, update database, increase recycling cart capacity, develop and deliver new P&E materials. Documents Final Report: Multi-residential Recycling: Implementing Best Practices Blog Post Related Projects Project #534.3 Categories Best Practices | Multi-Residential |    

May 10, 2011

Public Space Recycling – London

The City of London is continually expanding its recycling program into public space areas.  This application includes the installation of tri-sort containers into their downtown core along existing collection routes.  The 10 new containers will capture an additional 10 tonnes of recyclables annually. Project cost is approximately $20,000 and CIF...

September 30, 2009

Multi-res

Install 100 new carts, inventory all buildings, stickers, P&E. Documents Final Report: Multi-residential Recycling: Implementing Best Practices Blog Post Related Projects Project #565.4 Categories Best Practices | Multi-Residential |    

July 8, 2011

Multi-Residential Best Practices – Phase 2

Peterborough will continue with work begun under Project 174 to add recycling capacity, produce a recycling handbook and develop a workshop for building managers and superintendents. Documents Final Report: Implementing Multi-Residential Best Practices: Phase 2 Blog Post Related Projects Project #174 Project #565.7 Categories Best Practices | Multi-Residential |