Public consultation gets underway with open house and surveys Guelph, On, September 3, 2013 – The City of Guelph is seeking f… Continue reading City seeks community feedback on waste management programs and services
Guelph, On, July 23, 2013 – A review of the City’s 2008 Solid Waste Management Master Plan (SWMMP) is currently underway and… Continue reading City review to gauge progress and explore the future of waste management in Guelph
Starting on Monday, July 22 the City and the Professor of Sustainable Food Production in the Department of Plant Agriculture at the University of Guelph and his students, will conduct a joint research project—called the Food Waste Pilot Project—to study food waste behaviour.
Guelph, On, May 17, 2013 – At the Planning, Building, Engineering and Environment Committee meeting earlier this week, Counci… Continue reading Guelph’s award-winning organics facility under budget, functioning well
Guelph, On, May 15, 2013 – On May 27, City Council will consider a $35 fee to cover the City’s cost to transport and clean ea… Continue reading Council to consider new waste cart exchange trial period and fee
Phone survey reveals residents’ opinions of new waste collection program Guelph, On, May 3, 2013 – A recent City of Guelph co… Continue reading Majority of users satisfied with Guelph’s waste carts
About 15,000 more Guelph homes to receive waste carts this fall Guelph, On, May 1, 2013 – Residents scheduled to receive wast… Continue reading Residents asked to choose blue, grey cart sizes by May 31
The City Guelph was honoured for excellence in communications last night at the Canadian Public Relations Society Pinnacle Awards in Hamilton.
The City of Guelph is applying to the Ontario Ministry of the Environment to establish and operate a new Public Drop-Off (“PDO”) Area at the WRIC.
Last evening, City Council approved a staff-recommended amendment to the Waste Management By-law to allow the use of certified compostable plastic bags as liners in the City’s organic waste carts.
GUELPH, ON, October 12 – The City of Guelph is applying to the Ministry of the Environment (MOE) to allow the Organic Waste P… Continue reading Residents invited to comment on compostable bags in green carts
The delivery of Guelph’s first green, blue and grey waste carts to one-third of city neighbourhoods, approximately 15,000 households, starts Monday, September 24, 2012.
The City has cleaned up historic landfill waste along the banks of the Eramosa River in York Road Park.
Interactive learning centre showcases Guelph’s waste collection processes and waste reduction programs
GUELPH, ON, April 26, 2012 – The Ontario Ministry of the Environment has acknowledged the City’s determination and co-operati… Continue reading Ministry report documents City’s commissioning of organic waste processing facility
Commissioning to continue between now and April GUELPH, ON, Monday, February 13 – Starting today, Guelph will resume receipt… Continue reading Organic waste facility returning to full-scale operations
Yesterday, City staff detected an odour at its organic waste facility, and began investigating possible causes.
The City of Guelph has started to reintroduce organic waste at its organic waste facility.
The builder of Guelph’s organics waste facility, Maple Reinders, has updated its action plan to address odours at the facility.
The City wishes to apologize for the recent unpleasant odours and assure you we are taking action to address the situation at the Organic Waste Processing Facility.
A draft action plan to address odours at Guelph’s organic waste processing facility will be presented to a citizens’ advisory group on December 19, 2011.
The City of Guelph is working with the designer of the City’s new organic waste facility, Maple Reinders Constructors Ltd., to take every practical step to minimize odours from the facility
The City is investigating to determine the source and cause of any odour.