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A Community and Industrial Recycling Centre - Locally Owned & Operated
A waste audit is a formal, structured process used to quantify the amount and types of waste being generated by an organization. It identifies what types of recyclable materials and waste are being generated and how much of each type is recovered for recycling or discarded. Using the data collected during a waste audit, your organization can identify ways to reduce waste and enhance its recycling efforts and determine the potential for cost savings. By designing a more efficient waste and recycling program, your business can increase the amount of materials recycled, which reduces air and water pollution, helps curb global warming, and conserves natural resources.
In Ontario, the Ministry of Environment (MOE) established Regulations 102/103 in 1994. Regulation 102 governs the Implementation of Waste Audits and Waste Reduction Work plans and applies to non-hazardous solid waste from designated Industrial, Commercial and Institutional sources (see list below).
Regulation 103/94 is a Source Separation Program, designed to facilitate the source separation of waste for reuse or recycling.
Here is a brief outline of businesses that are required to comply:
We perform professional, reasonably priced Waste and Recycling Audits in accordance with the Ministry of Environment requirements without interrupting your daily business routine.
Call us today at 519-252-7000 for more information and a free quote for your next waste audit.