Waste is one of the main concerns for the Muskoka region as it poses a threat to our beautiful lakes. With Tayzie Dockside and your help we can protect our lakes using these simple steps to dispose waste safely and sustainably.
The first part of recycling correctly is achieved by sorting containers successfully. Above are tips on how to correctly recycle containers from the municipal district of Muskoka.
The second part of recycling correctly is from streaming paper. Although recycling paper seems very simple, there are many common mistakes people make subconsciously. Above are tips from the municipal district of Muskoka on how to sort correctly.
Green bins are great because they hold compostable waste. This makes sustainable waste, but this only works if the tips above from the district of Muskoka.
Even though it seems like we can throw everything out, there are restrictions upon what we can't, specifically chemicals and electronic waste. Above our places, the Muskoka district accepts these products for safe disposal.
Using Bags to Nature, compostable and biodegradable garbage bags, we can ensure of safe disposal. For every bag used we donate $1 and for every 100 we donate $10 to Zero Waste Canada.