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Getting involved with Waste Reduction Week

        

 

New Food Waste Facts

A new study conducted by Second Harvest and Value Chain Management International has revealed some new, jaw dropping statistics on food waste in Canada. We've updated our infographic Food Waste in Canada: the Facts to show these recent findings. 

2019 food waste facts

Waste Reduction Week 2018 in Review

Thank you, Canada for joining us in celebrating the 17th annual Waste Reduction Week in Canada campaign. We’re proud to share with you that 2018 was our most engaging year yet! Check out all the great initiatives and events that happened across Canada this Waste Reduction Week:

Waste Reduction Week in the News

Students at West Ferris Secondary School have been busy t

On Plastics Thursday of #WasteReductionWeek, CTV News at

Takeout is a great way to skip cooking and the dishes.

Upcoming Events

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June 11, 2019
Governments and purchasing groups are primed to disrupt our current linear model...

Popular Resources

Nearly 60 percent of food produced in Canada – amounting to 35.5 million metric tonnes – is lost and wasted...

Clothing swaps are a fun activity for encouraging reuse and extending the useful life of your clothes and...

Canada’s one-stop resource for taking action on plastics - Coming April 2019...

We celebrate the champions and innovators who are disrupting traditional business models to embrace waste reduction...

In the spirit of promoting rewear and reuse, we have partnered with Value Village® to challenge all Ontario and...

In March 2018 RCO co-hosted a workshop with Toronto to demonstrate how procurement links with the circular economy...

Back to school doesn't have to mean overconsumption and spending lots of money.

Now is the most exhilarating time to be an innovator.

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