- Onyx Fire will be doing our annual fire equipment inspection May 7, 2018. staff will need access to all units.
- Staff will be power washing underground May 1, 2018
- The toxic taxi request is submitted. When the date is firm, the note will be posted in the lobby.
Sustainability made easy (Our new section!)
- Do you want to recycle used clothes that are not wearable? H&M in Eaton Centre has a bin to drop them and they even give $5.00 off coupon if you recycle.
- You can bring you own container to Bulk Barn. You don’t need to buy 1 kg of dry cranberries, this way of shopping can save money and decrease the plastic in the land field. Here is more info, if you are interested: http://www.bulkbarn.ca/Reusable-Container-Program/
- Yes to reusable bulk bags (personal favorites):
- – for bulk (light and gentle): https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B002UXQ7QQ/ref=pe_3034960_236394800_TE_dp_i1
- – for vegetables in the store (more solid and bigger): https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0778526H1/ref=pe_3034960_236394800_TE_dp_2
And since April 22 is Earth day – Please help us to recycle!
- Small bins: batteries, ink cartridges, LED light bulbs, old incandescent bulbs, small electronics, small scrap metal
Entry Foyer to Recreation Room:
- A sharing table – cleared monthly to Diabetes Assoc. – the second Thursday of the month.
- Coming soon – bins for larger electronics and metal. – can be set out in clear plastic bags for collection on Fridays
FABRIC = 15% of Landfill
- A monthly drop off: clean, bagged clothing and fabric in the lobby. (currently, the Wednesday before the second Thursday of the month) picked up by the Diabetes Assoc.
- There is a lending library shelving in the recreation room for members to contribute, borrow or share
Household Hazardous Waste
- Hazelburn organizes HHW pickups by The City of Toronto’s Toxic Taxi service as needed.
What goes where? Call or email 311 OR use the Waste Wizard
Q: How do I recycle tooth brush?
A: Garbage Bin.
Around the web
Inspiration to recycle (any small effort counts! You don’t need to go Zero waste): https://zerowastehome.com/about/bea/