Share your thoughts on Guelph’s waste bylaw and service

Complete the online survey by December 12

Guelph, Ont., November 14, 2018 – It’s time to update our waste management bylaw and review City waste services! We’re looking for your feedback on programs such as household hazardous waste disposal to help us make sure you get the most from the services the City offers.

If you live or manage property in Guelph, we want to hear from you. Take our online survey by December 12.

The City is also conducting a telephone survey in the community between November 14 and December 12, and hosting face-to-face meetings with key stakeholder groups, including the Guelph Wellington Developers Association / Guelph Wellington Home Builders Association, multi-residential property managers, and the Downtown Advisory Committee. The City will also communicating with health facilities.

Your feedback will help us make decisions about:

  • Multi-residential waste collection
  • Possible changes to what materials are accepted in each cart
  • Property waste carts limits
  • Waste collection from facilities that generate biomedical waste
  • Hours of operation for the household hazardous waste depot

The purpose of the Waste Management Bylaw update is to improve overall waste service efficiency and delivery; meet new multi-residential waste collection needs; remove references to the old manual bagged waste collection system, and align with the recommendations of the Solid Waste Resources business service review.

Resources

About the Waste Management Bylaw update

For more information

Heather Connell, Manager, Integrated Services
Solid Waste Resources
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 2082
heather.connell@guelph.ca