Collection Containers

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 15, 2011

Curbside Recycling Implementation and Material Transfer

Implement an automated curbside collection in Cochrane, expand the recycling program to accept more materials and transfer the recyclables to the Timmins regional transfer facility. Documents Final Report: Curbside Recycling Implementation Blog Post Related Projects Project #616.12 Categories Best Practices | Collection | Collection Containers | Collection Policy |    

August 9, 2010

Purchase of Large Curbside Containers – Whitchurch-Stouffville

Waste Diversion Ontario (now the Resource Recovery and Productivity Authority) identified that providing large collection containers to residents is a best practice. These containers are to have a capacity of at least 22 gallons with a preference for 24 or 25 gallons (or larger) Documents Final Report: CIF Blue Box Subsidization Initiative Blog...

April 27, 2010

Purchase of Large Curbside Containers – Sagamok Anishnawbek

Waste Diversion Ontario (now the Resource Recovery and Productivity Authority) identified that providing large collection containers to residents is a best practice. These containers are to have a capacity of at least 22 gallons with a preference for 24 or 25 gallons (or larger) Documents Final Report: Large Curbside Containers Blog Post Related Projects Purchase...

June 1, 2010

Purchase of Large Curbside Containers – Orillia

Waste Diversion Ontario (now the Resource Recovery and Productivity Authority) identified that providing large collection containers to residents is a best practice. These containers are to have a capacity of at least 22 gallons with a preference for 24 or 25 gallons (or larger) Documents Final Report: Large Curbside Containers Blog Post Related Projects Purchase...

June 1, 2010

Purchase of Large Curbside Containers – Norfolk

Waste Diversion Ontario (now the Resource Recovery and Productivity Authority) identified that providing large collection containers to residents is a best practice. These containers are to have a capacity of at least 22 gallons with a preference for 24 or 25 gallons (or larger) Documents Final Report: Large Curbside Containers Blog Post Related Projects Purchase...

June 1, 2010

Purchase of Large Curbside Containers – Muskoka

Waste Diversion Ontario (now the Resource Recovery and Productivity Authority) identified that providing large collection containers to residents is a best practice. These containers are to have a capacity of at least 22 gallons with a preference for 24 or 25 gallons (or larger) Documents Final Report: Large Curbside Containers Blog Post Related Projects Purchase...

August 9, 2010

Purchase of Large Curbside Containers – King

Waste Diversion Ontario (now the Resource Recovery and Productivity Authority) identified that providing large collection containers to residents is a best practice. These containers are to have a capacity of at least 22 gallons with a preference for 24 or 25 gallons (or larger) Documents Final Report: CIF Blue Box Subsidization Initiative Blog...

June 1, 2010

Purchase of Large Curbside Containers – Killaloe, Hagarty, and Richards

Waste Diversion Ontario (now the Resource Recovery and Productivity Authority) identified that providing large collection containers to residents is a best practice. These containers are to have a capacity of at least 22 gallons with a preference for 24 or 25 gallons (or larger) Documents Final Report: Large Blue Box Containers Blog Post Related...