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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Niagara Falls Open House 6:00 pm
Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Niagara Falls Open House @ Gale Centre
Nov 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021. Proposed options being considered are: Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double. Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas) Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions. This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Welland Open House 6:00 pm
Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Welland Open House @ Welland Community Wellness Complex
Nov 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021. Proposed options being considered are: Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double. Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas) Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions. This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Port Colborne Open House 6:00 pm
Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Port Colborne Open House @ Roselawn Centre
Nov 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021. Proposed options being considered are: Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double. Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas) Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions. This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Pelham Open House 6:00 pm
Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Pelham Open House @ Pelham Meridian Centre
Nov 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021. Proposed options being considered are: Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double. Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas) Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions. This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Fort Erie Open House 6:00 pm
Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Fort Erie Open House @ Fort Erie Leisureplex
Nov 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021. Proposed options being considered are: Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double. Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas) Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions. This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: St. Catharines Open House 6:00 pm
Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: St. Catharines Open House @ St. Catharines Public Library, Central Branch
Nov 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021. Proposed options being considered are: Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double. Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas) Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions. This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Thorold Open House 6:00 pm
Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Thorold Open House @ Niagara Region Headquarters
Nov 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021. Proposed options being considered are: Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double. Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas) Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions. This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Lincoln Open House 6:00 pm
Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Lincoln Open House @ Fleming Centre
Nov 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021. Proposed options being considered are: Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double. Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas) Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions. This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: West Lincoln Open House 6:00 pm
Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: West Lincoln Open House @ West Lincoln Municipal Office
Nov 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021. Proposed options being considered are: Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double. Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas) Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions. This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Grimsby Open House 6:00 pm
Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Grimsby Open House @ Peach King Centre
Nov 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021. Proposed options being considered are: Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double. Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas) Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions. This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Wainfleet Open House 6:00 pm
Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Wainfleet Open House @ Firefighters Memorial Hall
Nov 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021. Proposed options being considered are: Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double. Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas) Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions. This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Thorold Open House @ Niagara Region Headquarters
Nov 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021.

Proposed options being considered are:

  • Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double.
  • Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas)
  • Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items
  • Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection
  • Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four
  • Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four

During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions.

This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.

Nov
20
Tue
Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Lincoln Open House @ Fleming Centre
Nov 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021.

Proposed options being considered are:

  • Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double.
  • Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas)
  • Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items
  • Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection
  • Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four
  • Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four

During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions.

This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.

Nov
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: West Lincoln Open House @ West Lincoln Municipal Office
Nov 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021.

Proposed options being considered are:

  • Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double.
  • Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas)
  • Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items
  • Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection
  • Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four
  • Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four

During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions.

This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.

Nov
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Grimsby Open House @ Peach King Centre
Nov 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021.

Proposed options being considered are:

  • Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double.
  • Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas)
  • Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items
  • Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection
  • Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four
  • Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four

During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions.

This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.

Nov
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Let’s Talk Waste Niagara: Wainfleet Open House @ Firefighters Memorial Hall
Nov 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Niagara Region’s next waste collection contract (garbage, recycling and organics) for homes and businesses receiving Regional curbside collection is set to begin by 2021.

Proposed options being considered are:

  • Every-other-week garbage collection, with weekly recycling and organics collection, for all properties outside the Designated Business Areas. Garbage container (bag / can) limits would double.
  • Mandatory use of clear bags for garbage for all properties (inside and outside Designated Business Areas)
  • Establish a four item limit, per collection, for large items
  • Discontinue appliances and scrap metal curbside collection
  • Change weekly, base garbage container limits for businesses and mixed-use properties located inside Designated Business Areas from seven to four
  • Change weekly garbage container limits for mixed-use properties located outside Designated Business Areas from six to four

During the consultation period, residents have three ways to provide their feedback on the proposed options being considered. An online survey is available for residents or businesses. Open houses and community booths are being hosted across Niagara. Attend an open house to hear a presentation and ask staff questions, or visit a community booth and ask staff questions.

This open house is hosted by Niagara Region.

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