That's Not Garbage!
Let's talk trash. We'd love to meet with your business or community group (seniors, ESL, church etc.) and talk about how you can minimize what goes into our landfills.
You'll learn about recycling at home and at work, composting and grasscycling. We'll talk about Eco Stations, our unique Reuse Centre, the world-famous Edmonton Waste Management Centre and how we're about to turn your household waste into methanol.
You pick the day, the evening or the weekend, and we'll come see you.
Call 780-496-5404 to book your free informative presentation.
Below is an outline of the presentation. We can also tailor it to your needs.
Edmonton's Recycling Programs
Blue Bags for houses, Blue Bins for apartments and condos, and Recycling Depots for everybody, including small businesses.
We’ll help you master the in's and out's of recycling and let you know where the material goes and what it becomes.
Recycling at Work
Discover how you can get involved at work. We’ll outline the services available to help you reduce the ecological footprint of your workplace.
From Garbage to Compost
Your household garbage becomes compost! Find out how the City is using your garbage to create a valuable and beneficial product at North America’s largest composting facility.
Get the low-down on these convenient and comprehensive waste drop-off stations and discover what happens to the household hazardous waste, appliances and recyclables that you bring to an Eco Station.
Big Bin Events
These free large item roundups are transforming Edmonton's green spaces and streets.
Get the goods on this unique facility and how it gives a second life to many items that would otherwise end up in the landfill.
Discover how you can use this online tool to reuse or repurpose your unwanted items..
Edmonton Waste Management Centre
Learn about landfill gas recovery and how collecting gases from decomposing garbage decreases harmful greenhouse gases while creating enough electricity to power 4,600 homes.
Discover how the waste-to-biofuels facility will help Edmonton reach a 90% waste diversion rate by turning non-recyclable and non-compostable waste into ethanol.
Find out what happens to old electronics after you've recycled them at an Eco Station, once they reach the GEEP e-waste recycling facility.
Catch the facts on school programs, the Master Composter/Recycler volunteer program - Canada's longest running program of its kind - and hear how the Capital City Clean Up program is helping beautify Edmonton.
Request a presentation for 15 or more people: