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Special DisposalCANADA FLAG - COMMERCIAL
Related Words: Canada, flag, flags, national
  • Return flag(s) to participating retail stores who will dispose of them;
  • Flags made of natural fibres (wool, cotton, linen) should be burned in a dignified manner; privately without ceremony or public attention being drawn to the destruction of the material.  The alternative would be to fold the flag in a dignified manner and take to any Waste Watch Drop-Off Center where it will be properly handled.  Businesses will be charged the regular waste disposal fee.
  • Flags made of synthetic materiel (nylon or polyester) should be respectfully torn into strips, with each element of the flag reduced to a single colour, so that the remaining pieces do not resemble a flag. The individual pieces should then be placed in a bag for disposal – the shreds of fabric should not be re-used or fashioned into anything.   Dispose of in WASTE.
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Special DisposalCANADA FLAG - RESIDENTIAL
Related Words: Canada, flag, flags, national
  • Return flag(s) to participating retail stores who will dispose of them;
  • Flags made of natural fibres (wool, cotton, linen) should be burned in a dignified manner; privately without ceremony or public attention being drawn to the destruction of the material.  The alternative would be to fold the flag in a dignified manner and take to any Waste Watch Drop-Off Center where it will be properly handled.  Accepted FREE from residents.
  • Flags made of synthetic materiel (nylon or polyester) should be respectfully torn into strips, with each element of the flag reduced to a single colour, so that the remaining pieces do not resemble a flag. The individual pieces should then be placed in a bag for disposal – the shreds of fabric should not be re-used or fashioned into anything.   Dispose of in WASTE.

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Special DisposalINVASIVE SPECIES - BUSINESSES (ANY AMOUNT) & HOUSEHOLDS (1/2 TON OR MORE) - PERMIT REQUIRED - CONTACT COMMUNITIES, LAND AND ENVIRONMENT (1-866-368-5044)
Related Words: weeds, invasive plants, common buckthorn, garlic mustard, giant hogweed, glossy buckthorn, goutweed, himalayan balsam, japanese knotweed, multiflora rose, periwinkle, purple loosestrife, scotch broom, wild cucumber, yellow flag iris

-- Disposal Instructions:

-- Place invasive plants in a clear plastic bag and secure.

-- Write plant name (or "invasive plant") on the bag.

-- Transport to the disposal facility indicated on the permit and pay applicable disposal fee.

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Special DisposalINVASIVE SPECIES - HOUSEHOLDS (LESS THAN 1/2 TON) - NO PERMIT REQUIRED
Related Words: weeds, invasive plants, common buckthorn, garlic mustard, giant hogweed, glossy buckthorn, goutweed, himalayan balsam, japanese knotweed, multiflora rose, periwinkle (vinca), purple loosestrife, scotch broom, wild cucumber, yellow flag iris

-- Place invasive plants in a clear plastic bag and secure.

-- Write plant name (or "invasive plant") on the bag.

-- Place in waste cart (you can also have up to 2 excess bags beside your cart) OR transport to the nearest WWDC and pay applicable disposal fee.

-- Links to websites not under the control of IWMC are provided solely for convenience. We are not responsible for the accuracy or the reliability of the content. Please report incorrect information or broken links to IWMC.

-- Links are provided solely for your convenience.  Please contact us to report incorrect information or broken links.
WasteTAPE
Related Words: adhesive tape, correction tape, double-sided tape, duct tape, electrical tape, electric tape, flagging tape, hockey tape, medical tape, scotch tape, surgical tape, packing tape, packaging tape
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WASTE
Non-recyclable Plastic & Glass, Textiles/ Leather

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