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Ontario Schools Win Green For Being Green!

Date November 24, 2010 Author Jason Smith Categories Media Releases

The Recycling Council of Ontario and Metro Ontario Inc Announce the Winners of the 2010 Waste Free Lunch Challenge TORONTO - November 24, 2010 - From the 18th to the 22nd of October, over 50,000 Ontario students participated in the Waste Free Lunch Challenge (www.wastefreelunch.com) as part of Waste Reduction Week in Canada. Nearly 700 schools from 57 boards across the province participated in this year’s Challenge, and the results were a great success. Ontario students successfully...

Ontario Schools Win Green For Being Green!

Date November 24, 2010 Author Jason Smith Categories Media Releases

The Recycling Council of Ontario and Metro Ontario Inc Announce the Winners of the 2010 Waste Free Lunch Challenge TORONTO - November 24, 2010 - From the 18th to the 22nd of October, over 50,000 Ontario students participated in the Waste Free Lunch Challenge (www.wastefreelunch.com) as part of Waste Reduction Week in Canada. Nearly 700 schools from 57 boards across the province participated in this year’s Challenge, and the results were a great success. Ontario students successfully...

Ontario Slips from Polluter-Pay to Taxpayer-Pay

Date October 13, 2010 Author Jason Smith Categories Media Releases

TORONTO, Oct. 13 /CNW/ - When most of the developed world has successfully implemented policies to ensure that the manufacturers of products and packaging that end up as waste are responsible for having those materials recovered, reused or recycled, Ontario has taken a step backward.Yesterday, the provincial government revoked a program that was a key first step in ensuring convenient options for Ontarians to properly manage hazardous wastes that may otherwise end up in Ontario's landfills...

Ontario Slips from Polluter-Pay to Taxpayer-Pay

Date October 13, 2010 Author Jason Smith Categories Media Releases

TORONTO, Oct. 13 /CNW/ - When most of the developed world has successfully implemented policies to ensure that the manufacturers of products and packaging that end up as waste are responsible for having those materials recovered, reused or recycled, Ontario has taken a step backward.Yesterday, the provincial government revoked a program that was a key first step in ensuring convenient options for Ontarians to properly manage hazardous wastes that may otherwise end up in Ontario's landfills...

'Recycling Council Urges Government to Entrench Producer Pay Principal in Ontario'

Date July 27, 2010 Author Jason Smith Categories Media Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJo-Anne St. GodardRecycling Council of Ontario(905) 586-5866joanne@rco.on.cawww.rco.on.caRecycling Council Urges Government to Entrench Producer Pay Principal in OntarioToronto, Ontario: July 27, 2010 The Recycling Council of Ontario (RCO) urges government to go beyond the recommendations in the Environment Commissioner’s special report on the Management of Household Hazardous Wastes and make full producer responsibility a key environmental policy to solving all of...


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