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SARCAN Recycling Launches New School Recycling Initiatives

This fall, students across Saskatchewan are being encouraged to recycle their beverage containers, especially juice and milk cartons, at their schools and in their communities. SARCAN School, a new website that launched today, www.sarcanschool.ca, gives...

Reflecting on Waste Reduction Week

This week across Canada individuals, organizations and businesses will consider how and what they contribute to their nations’ waste reduction efforts. The scope of Waste Reduction Week includes a very broad range of local and regional events, awareness...

Teach them well…

There are few social movements that omit children from their list of important audiences. Just ask any parent who has been coached by their child to quit smoking, put their cell phones away at dinner or recycle their empty containers. Social marketers...

Keeping consumers on track

One of our biggest challenges and most important roles has always been educating consumers about how to recycle. Recycling programs world-wide are in the process of adjusting to the effects China’s stricter regulations for recycled materials...


Upcoming events

9th Canadian Waste Resource Symposium: a not-to-be-missed event held in Québec for the first time

A Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) annual event, the Canadian Waste Resource Symposium will bring some 300 North-American professionals of the waste management sector together in Québec City from March 13 to 15, 2018.

Held in Québec for the very first time, the event will run in conjunction with the Salon des technologies environnementales du Québec, providing Symposium attendees with increased business meeting and networking opportunities with the Salon’s 3,000 participants.

This three-day event will showcase over fifty speaker sessions, a trade show, industrial visits in the area as well as social activities, offering the perfect setting to build strong ties among stakeholders from across the country.

Register now!