The Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA) has been working with and studying residential high-rise buildings as they reduce waste, increase recycling and increase composting. We’ve seen that buildings have cut their waste, created stronger communities, improved their buildings, and saved money.
Now, we're sharing inspiring success stories, guides and resources to share what we’ve learned with high-rise residents and staff to help more Toronto high-rises become zero-waste buildings.
Announcing: New Support and Resources for Buildings Participating in the Zero Waste High-Rise Project
Online Program Pathway
Our Zero Waste High-Rise Project online pathway includes a series of forms that will help you assess your building’s opportunities and move towards zero waste. Whether you are a resident or staff at a high-rise building, you can work through the pathway at your own pace. Click here to access our online pathway - get started or move to the next step.
Find more guides and resources to help you take the steps on the pathway here.
Join the Project
Join the project by subscribing here for regular updates on resources and events. Sign up here.
Check out these inspiring stories of leading buildings. From small actions to major transformations, these stories show the range of actions residents and staff can take to move their building towards zero waste!
Have questions about the Project?
Join an upcoming online information session to hear about the online pathway and ask your questions.
This project is funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, an agency of the Government of Ontario, and receives research support from the University of Toronto, with funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
Learn more about the Zero Waste High-Rise Project here.