Waste Management

Recycling

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Calgary approves multi-family recycling bylaw

As of Feb. 1, 2016, Calgary multi-family building residents will have access to more robust on-site recycling services under the region’s new council-approved Waste & Recycling Bylaw. Apartments, condominiums, townhouses and other multi-family complexes will be required to accept paper and cardboard, food cans, glass jars, plastic containers and bags. The City of Calgary will not collect multi-family recycling, but builder owners and managers will be tasked with determining which private company best serves the needs of their building.
Gavin Bajin

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Improve waste diversion in the workplace

How can centralized recycling stations help improve waste diversion and streamline its collection? Gavin Bajin of ServiceMaster Canada explains.
Lynn

Building Strategies & Sustainability

Wastewater heating and cooling technology

Building owners can implement wastewater heating and cooling strategies to save money. Lynn Mueller of International Wastewater Systems explains how.
Recycling

Canadian Property Management

Waste diversion in the workplace

Promoting waste diversion within a building is one of the most complex and important factors when trying to foster a green workplace.

Building Strategies & Sustainability

Don’t let a recycling program go to waste

The Recycling Council of Ontario's Meirav Even-Har and Jessica Wilkinson explain how property managers can work with building occupants and staff to ensure best recycling practices, and why management should care whether their recycling program is a success.
Paul Coninx & Danny Mauti

CondoBusiness

Taking out the trash

This video report looks at smart technology for waste management. Commentators: Paul Coninx, asset project manager, compactor upgrade program, Toronto Community Housing, and Danny Mauti, president and CEO, PragmaTech Ltd.

Building Strategies & Sustainability

Organic composting

Approximately 50 per cent of landfill waste could be composted but, instead, the buried organic waste, which cannot rot properly in a landfill site, turns to ...