NOTE: Online registration for the Recycling Collection Drive is now closed. Please contact Catherine Leighton for registration inquiries: | 416.661.6600 x 5946

Looking for a way to engage your employees and do something great for the environment?

Get involved in Waste Reduction Week in Canada this October! Partners in Project Green is organizing a Recycling Collection Drive to recycle:

TRCA employees participate in a clothing recycling drive

Organizations that register for the Recycling Collection Drive will divert waste from landfill and engage their employees about sustainability. Participants can register to receive:

  • Resource package
  • Communication material
  • Collection bin and pick-up service

Registrants will receive resources and support to ensure the Recycling Collection Drive runs smoothly.

The collection drive will run from October 16-20, 2017.

The registration fee is per facility and includes collection for all materials you choose to select. There are two registration packages:

• Plug and play Waste Reduction Week campaign to make participation easy • All the benefits of the standard package
• Collection service for up to three materials • Lunch and learn about waste and recycling for your employees
• Bins to hold material •Prize to give to your employees ($100)
• Resource package to help engage with your employees • Only 10 available
• Promotional poster that includes your organization’s logo
* Partners in Project Green members receive a 20% discount.





• 30 locations across the GTA • 8,200 employees engaged • 6.9 tonnes of material diverted


Beer Store employees participate in a recycling drive



Catherine Leighton | cleighton@trca.on.ca647.203.0518 



About the Organizers

About Partners in Project Green
Partners in Project Green’s waste management programs provide organizations with hands-on support to facilitate the capture and diversion of waste materials, helping to divert from landfill, reduce costs and maximize the value of and recovery of resources. Hands-on support services include conducting on-site waste assessments, identifying opportunities and solutions for diversion, boosting employee engagement, supporting procurement, and facilitating material exchanges. LEARN MORE.


Diabetes Canada logoAbout Diabetes Canada
Diabetes Canada collects gently used clothing, electronics and small household items. The $10 million in annual proceeds help us fund world-leading Canadian diabetes research as well as services for Canadians affected by diabetes. We also help the environment by diverting 100 million lbs. from landfills. LEARN MORE.


Ontario Electronic Stewardship logoAbout Ontario Electronic Stewardship
Recycle My Electronics programs, operated by Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES), help recover valuable resources and ensure that end-of-life electronics are handled in a safe, secure and environmentally sound manner. For information on what products are accepted, to find a drop-off location near you, and to explore our learning hub for kids, our fundraising programs or a list of events, visit: