the green bin accepts reindeer droppings: how to deal with holiday waste in waterloo regionthe green bin accepts reindeer droppings: how to deal with holiday waste in waterloo regionthe green bin accepts reindeer droppings: how to deal with holiday waste

by:Yucai     2019-12-14
Waterloo area
Christmas food waste from turkey bones to paper trays can be placed in your green trash can, although your blue box will accept most of the packaged garbage that comes with all the goodies on the tree.
The waste management department in the Waterloo area has provided some advice on how to deal with all the extra and unusual garbage brought about by the celebrations and visits of relatives at this time of year.
Your blue box is the place to place: empty, washed aluminum trays and cans, including air mist tanks;
Hard, transparent packaging, such as packaging for toys and batteries, and removal of paper inserts (
Inserts can be placed in a blue trash can with other paper items);
Rinse the plastic and glass food and beverage containers and remove the large lid;
• Paper gift packaging, gift bags and paper towels, paper rolls on the wrapping paper, remove bows and ribbons.
Tin paper wrapping paper must be placed in the garbage.
The green trash can is: the place of food residue, from cranberry sauce to candy, meat and bones to gravy;
Paper products such as napkins, paper trays, cups, greasy pizza boxes;
Toothpick, garlands, green plants of poinsettia and other indoor plants, cat litter, dog and reindeer feces.
The garbage is: foil packaging, candles, broken toys, decorations and bulbs, Christmas string of lights, foam plastic, tape, wooden orange crates, plastic wrap and foam packaging.
If you\'re not sure where you should put a particular item, you can always check out the area\'s waste wizards on wastewh.
Waterloo areaca.
Holidays will affect the normal progress of garbage collection.
From now until January
3: homes that normally collect waste on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday are not affected, and waste is usually collected on the same day.
Families whose collection day is usually Thursday will collect garbage and recycle on Friday, while those who usually collect it on Friday will collect it on Saturday during this period.
Between January, real Christmas trees can be taken out to collect. 5-
16 for families who collect blue boxes every week.
Since these trees are cut for garden coverings, these trees must have no decorations, cannot be placed in plastic bags, must be cut in half, and no more than 1 piece of debris. 2 metres (four feet)long.
For more information, please visit the waste management website at www.
Waterloo area
Ca/en about environment/waste. asp.
Cthoots @ therecord
Com, Weibo: @ thompsonrecord
Christmas food waste from turkey bones to paper trays can be placed in your green trash can, although your blue box will accept most of the packaged garbage that comes with all the goodies on the tree.
The waste management department in the Waterloo area has provided some advice on how to deal with all the extra and unusual garbage brought about by the celebrations and visits of relatives at this time of year.
Your blue box is the place to place: empty, washed aluminum trays and cans, including air mist tanks;
Hard, transparent packaging, such as packaging for toys and batteries, and removal of paper inserts (
Inserts can be placed in a blue trash can with other paper items);
Rinse the plastic and glass food and beverage containers and remove the large lid;
• Paper gift packaging, gift bags and paper towels, paper rolls on the wrapping paper, remove bows and ribbons.
Tin paper wrapping paper must be placed in the garbage.
The green trash can is: the place of food residue, from cranberry sauce to candy, meat and bones to gravy;
Paper products such as napkins, paper trays, cups, greasy pizza boxes;
Toothpick, garlands, green plants of poinsettia and other indoor plants, cat litter, dog and reindeer feces.
The garbage is: foil packaging, candles, broken toys, decorations and bulbs, Christmas string of lights, foam plastic, tape, wooden orange crates, plastic wrap and foam packaging.
If you\'re not sure where you should put a particular item, you can always check out the area\'s waste wizards on wastewh.
Waterloo areaca.
Holidays will affect the normal progress of garbage collection.
From now until January
3: homes that normally collect waste on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday are not affected, and waste is usually collected on the same day.
Families whose collection day is usually Thursday will collect garbage and recycle on Friday, while those who usually collect it on Friday will collect it on Saturday during this period.
Between January, real Christmas trees can be taken out to collect. 5-
16 for families who collect blue boxes every week.
Since these trees are cut for garden coverings, these trees must have no decorations, cannot be placed in plastic bags, must be cut in half, and no more than 1 piece of debris. 2 metres (four feet)long.
For more information, please visit the waste management website at www.
Waterloo area
Ca/en about environment/waste. asp.
Cthoots @ therecord
Com, Weibo: @ thompsonrecord
Christmas food waste from turkey bones to paper trays can be placed in your green trash can, although your blue box will accept most of the packaged garbage that comes with all the goodies on the tree.
The waste management department in the Waterloo area has provided some advice on how to deal with all the extra and unusual garbage brought about by the celebrations and visits of relatives at this time of year.
Your blue box is the place to place: empty, washed aluminum trays and cans, including air mist tanks;
Hard, transparent packaging, such as packaging for toys and batteries, and removal of paper inserts (
Inserts can be placed in a blue trash can with other paper items);
Rinse the plastic and glass food and beverage containers and remove the large lid;
• Paper gift packaging, gift bags and paper towels, paper rolls on the wrapping paper, remove bows and ribbons.
Tin paper wrapping paper must be placed in the garbage.
The green trash can is: the place of food residue, from cranberry sauce to candy, meat and bones to gravy;
Paper products such as napkins, paper trays, cups, greasy pizza boxes;
Toothpick, garlands, green plants of poinsettia and other indoor plants, cat litter, dog and reindeer feces.
The garbage is: foil packaging, candles, broken toys, decorations and bulbs, Christmas string of lights, foam plastic, tape, wooden orange crates, plastic wrap and foam packaging.
If you\'re not sure where you should put a particular item, you can always check out the area\'s waste wizards on wastewh.
Waterloo areaca.
Holidays will affect the normal progress of garbage collection.
From now until January
3: homes that normally collect waste on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday are not affected, and waste is usually collected on the same day.
Families whose collection day is usually Thursday will collect garbage and recycle on Friday, while those who usually collect it on Friday will collect it on Saturday during this period.
Between January, real Christmas trees can be taken out to collect. 5-
16 for families who collect blue boxes every week.
Since these trees are cut for garden coverings, these trees must have no decorations, cannot be placed in plastic bags, must be cut in half, and no more than 1 piece of debris. 2 metres (four feet)long.
For more information, please visit the waste management website at www.
Waterloo area
Ca/en about environment/waste. asp.
Cthoots @ therecord
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