Summer 2022 Newsletter
Volume 9, Issue 1
Whether it’s Blue Box Reform, education initiatives in Quebec, or a new EcoSchools video, there is a lot happening in our sector. Take a peek inside this edition to also learn more about how PROs are helping shape the future of recycling in Ontario, some of the innovative strategies MRFs are using to tackle carton recycling, and Carton Council of Canada’s own Request for Expressions of Interest. We hope you enjoy the summer edition of our newsletter – and its new format!
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Carton Council of Canada
New Funding Program Launched to Reinvigorate Carton Recycling in Ontario — Blue Box Reform Presents Opportunity
We explain why we launched this fund, who can have access to it, what type of projects are eligible and why the reform underway is a good time for it.
Ontario Blue Box Reform: Here’s What the PROs Are Up To, and How They Plan to Support Carton Recycling
The work underway is a complex affair. To shed some light, we reached out to the four producer responsibility organizations involved. Here’s some of what we learned.
MRF Profiles: City of Kingston, City of Peterborough
Small but mighty. Take an inside look into the operation of two of Ontario’s MRFs, and learn more about their innovative approach to carton recycling.
Carton Council of Canada Launches 2022 Community Education Award in Quebec
This year, fifteen Quebec-based organizations will be eligible to receive $2,000 each by demonstrating their proactive recycling education efforts, featuring food and beverage cartons.
EcoSchools Canada and Carton Council Canada Partner on Carton Recycling Video
A new video reinforces the important role students can play, recycling food and beverage cartons, saving energy and helping reduce their environmental footprint.
Latest Blog Posts
Carton Recycling’s Changing Landscape: A Pan-Canadian Snapshot (April 5, 2022)
SNEAK PEEK: Insights from Community Education Awards (November 22, 2021)
Markets & Brokers
Carton Council of Canada maintains lists of end markets & brokers of post consumer cartons.