Collection Policy

November 30, 2010

Multi-Res: RFID Integration with On-Board Weigh Scales

Peel Region will integrate RFID technology on garbage & recycling containers with on-board weigh scales on all collection vehicles. The overall project goal is to position the region to monitor generation quantities and implement a user pay system for multi-residential waste collection. Documents Final Report: RFID Integration with On-Board Weigh Scales Blog Post July 6, 2018: Using...

September 5, 2015

Clear Bag Implementation P&E

The Town of Kearny is switching to a clear bags policy for incoming garbage to the municipal waste management site.  This project will provide funding to share in the cost of implementing the P&E described in the new CIF Clear Bag toolkit and builds on the success of neighbouring...

October 3, 2014

Multi-Residential Service Standardization Initiative

This initiative is designed to standardize Multi-Residental (MR) collection amongst Quinte Waste Solutions (QWS) municipal partners. In-unit recycling bags (30-|) will be supplied to buildings to bring the storage capacity up to the recommended Best Practice levels. As part of the initiative, P&E tactics addressing residual and sorting issues...

May 1, 2015

Clear Bag Implementation Toolkit: The Ontario Experience

The intent of this initiative is to deliver a comprehensive tool designed to provide municipal councilors and staff with key information, case studies and an implementation road map prior to approval of a clear bag program. Documents Final Report: Clear Bag Garbage Program Implementation Toolkit: A municipal step-by-step guide Blog Post Related Projects Categories Centre...

February 23, 2011

London Multi-Res In-Unit Blue Bags

In-unit Blue Bags will be provided to Multi-residential households to provide capacity to store and transport recyclables. The bags will be large capacity (9 gallons) with full-colour photo graphics to provide recycling information. Documents Final Report: Multi-residential Recycling: Implementing Best Practices City of London Blog Post Related Projects Categories Best Practices | Collection Policy |