Supporting Municipalities to Promote Carton Recycling
Over the course of the last five years, the CCC has deployed consumer campaigns in collaboration with a number of municipalities to support their carton recycling efforts.
June 1, 2021 – The Carton Council of Canada (CCC) is pleased to announce the launch of our Community Education Award, developed to incentivize and improve recycling education in communities across Ontario. In 2021, we will award $2,000 each to up to 15 communities that demonstrate their proactive recycling education efforts, with special attention paid to food and beverage cartons.Learn more
Digital Advertising Campaign (2016)
The Carton Council of Canada partnered with four Ontario communities to increase awareness of carton recycling using streamlined digital advertising. The project leveraged an existing creative, customized for each of the participating communities: Essex Windsor Solid Waste Authority, Quinte Waste Solutions, Simcoe County, and City of Toronto. The ad was featured on Facebook, The Weather Network, and Google AdWords from October 5th to November 19th. For more information, read the article in Recycling Product News.
City of London, ON (2015)
The Carton Council of Canada partnered with the City of London to promote a recycling contest that would encourage Londoners to correctly sort their cartons and cups and other recyclables.
Capital Regional District (CRD), BC
CCC provided support for cartons to be added to region-wide program; technical and P&E assistance and waste auditing, supported a campaign to overcome multi-family building challenges. The program resulted in 15% overall increase in reported recycling behaviour over the brief pilot campaign (Summer 2013)
City of Hamilton, ON
CCC provided promotion and education assistance and a grant for the city to promote carton recycling through advertisement in local newspapers, magazines, on web, and social media. The initiative resulted in an increase in carton recycling awareness demonstrated via social media stats; small city-wide capture increase in short time period; and 3% decrease in households placing cartons in the wrong stream (paper stream instead of container stream) in pilot area of 185 households (January-February 2013)
Bluewater Recycling Association
CCC provided technical and education (P&E) assistance for cartons to be added to a multi-community recycling program in Southern Ontario (September 2012)