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Feb 19th, 2011
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ROHES also manages nine lacoons in Simcoe CountyBy Chris Halliday Orangeville Banner Feb 16, 2011 The second punch in the dispute over a lagoon purchase agreement has the Town of Orangeville calling its opponent’s case without merit.  Claiming the town’s termination of a $7 million lagoon purchase on...
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Feb 18th, 2011
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Can Ontario see the goal for the garbage?News release from Zero Waste Simcoe Feb 16 2011 Zero Waste Simcoe Chair Gord McKay is concerned about how the topic of waste will be spun in the upcoming Ontario provincial election....
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Feb 16th, 2011
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Letter to the Toronto Star Feb. 11 2011We need more than an “adult conversation” about waste. We need to grow up. Our society has been consuming and disposing for decades as if we were the only species and the only generation....
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Jan 29th, 2011
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By Bruce Hain Innisfil Journal Jan 27, 2011INNISFIL — An Innisfil Heights company once thought to be symbolic of the town’s emerging industrial growth strategy is now in the hands of a court-appointed receiver.Poraver North America Ltd. opened a multi-million dollar plant in June 2007 in the Doral Bu...
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Jan 15th, 2011
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By Jennifer Bain Food Editor Toronto Star January 15 2011Food is so plentiful in Canada that even our garbage cans are full of it.We throw away 40 per cent of our edibles every year according to most recent estimates. If wasting food is shameful, then why aren’t we ashamed? ...
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Nov 27th, 2010
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By Peter Edwards Toronto Star November 25 2010The chair of Durham Region has signed a controversial contract to build the GTA’s first garbage incinerator in 20 years.Roger Anderson told regional council of his move on Thursday with a mass email, igniting furious and saddened reactions from opponents ...
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Nov 27th, 2010
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By David Gonczol, The Ottawa Citizen November 22, 2010 OTTAWA — Opponents of a plan to build the largest waste-diversion and landfill site in Eastern Ontario have banded together to “dump the dump” just days after the project was announced last week.The proposed Capital Region Resource Recovery Cente...
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Nov 27th, 2010
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CBC News Tuesday, November 16, 2010 CBC News presents a series of stories that strip the plastic coating from the recycling myth and offers a surprising look at where our so-called reusable products end up. ...
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Nov 20th, 2010
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Letter to Simcoe.com November 14 2010PERKINSFIELD – Why do bean sprouts have to come pre-measured in a plastic bag? Same with sugar peas and snap peas. Why does cauliflower have to be wrapped in plastic, while broccoli doesn’t?I asked one of the store workers. The answer was, “It’s corporate. They de...
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Nov 20th, 2010
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Strict conditions imposed on Courtice facilityBy Keith Gilligan Durham Region.com Nov 19, 2010 DURHAM -- The provincial Environment Ministry has approved the energy-from-waste facility for Durham and York regions. ...