Mayfair on the Green
Peel scraps mega-incinerator - lessons for Toronto?
After hearing from TEA, residents and other community groups, Peel Council changed their Long Term waste plan and voted to cancel a costly incinerator, voting instead for better recycling and composting.Learn more
Council asks the right questions - with TEA's help
At a Council Meeting last week, Councillors approved the next phase of the Long Term Waste Management Strategy development. Several Councillors used TEA’s materials and messages to call for reducing and recycling more waste.Learn more
High-rise models a solution to waste crisis
Every year Toronto residents put roughly 1 million tonnes of “waste” out for the city to collect. Just under half is disposed in landfill, and 53% is diverted from landfill and sent for recycling or composting in the Blue Box and Green Bin. At the Toronto Environmental Alliance, we started wondering – why is our diversion rate so low?Learn more