Working Together to Rethink Waste
The CRD is developing a new Solid Waste Management Plan—the plan that guides how the region will manage solid waste in the coming years, including recyclables, compostable material and garbage from homes, businesses and institutions, as well as construction and demolition sites. Managing solid waste is a responsibility shared by all of us.
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There have been significant changes to the way in which we think about and manage waste. A new plan will ensure we continue to manage solid waste in the best way possible. This plan is looking at ways to extend the life of the Hartland Landfill beyond 2100, by significantly reducing waste and reusing/recycling materials and considering future landfill design options. The aim is to reduce our waste from 380 kg per capita (2018 levels) to 250 kg per capita by 2030 – a reduction of more than a third.
Proposed Goals and Strategies
There are four proposed goals and 15 strategies, each with a series of actions, to help meet the proposed waste reduction target. These are described in more detail in the information sheets under New Plan Resources.
We Want To Hear from You!
Your feedback will help us to shape a draft Solid Waste Management Plan for the capital region. When ready, this draft will also be shared for review and feedback. There are three ways for capital region residents to learn more and provide feedback by Sunday, December 1:
- In person at an open house
- Online by filling in this feedback form
Attend an Open House to Learn More
Join us to learn more about the proposed strategies and actions for the new solid waste management plan as well as share your ideas and feedback. Click on the dates below for more details: