Scarborough residents like you have an urgent opportunity to build a greener city for all. This Monday, June 16th, a meeting is being held to discuss the future of Scarborough's sewage system. TEA will be promoting non-toxic solutions. Join us!
News & Updates
Every day toxic chemicals enter our sewer system. TEA is a vocal participant in Toronto Water’s stakeholder consultations to make sure the Pollution Prevention Program does more upstream to protect Lake Ontario from chemicals. Stay tuned for future updates on this!
TEA is proud to be invited to be a member of the City’s Stakeholder Advisory Group for the development of a Long Term Waste Management Strategy for Toronto’s residential waste. TEA is the only environmental and community based organization in the group.
Last fall, TEA asked our members to let us take a look at what's in their garbage to get a bit more detail on what exactly Torontonians are throwing out. Many families volunteered, and even a few TEA staff joined in!
Transit Funding Plan Lacks Funding
A recent study in South Etobicoke discovered that local air quality does not meet the health standards set by the provincial government. Now, the City of Toronto is looking for solutions and calling on the province to take action.