- Arabic Sorting Guide
- Mandarin Sorting Guide
- Picture Sorting Guide & Special Disposal Guide
- Business Sorting Guide COMPOST (Letter size)
- Business Sorting Guide RECYCLE#1 (Letter size)
- Business Sorting Guide RECYCLE#2 (Letter size)
- Business Sorting Guide WASTE (Letter size)
- Tourist Sorting Guide Card
- Classroom Picture Sorting Posters
This little story about how an apple becomes compost, and how compost helps to grow apples can be viewed online, or printed off and read aloud to young children. (Opens as a .PPT file.)
Learning to sort for Waste Watch can be fun with this interactive sorting game. The game is suitable for elementary grades, youth groups, special needs clients, or as a fun reminder for adults and community organizations. Click on the header to understand how this activity works. The Interactive Sorting Game can be presented by a representative from IWMC, or borrowed by organizations to work into lesson plans or for special ‘green’ events. Graphic ‘stick-ons’ are provided and customized for specific groups. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Junior High Waste Watch Video
This humorous but educational video was written and co-produced by Mme Deveau’s Grade 7 class at East Wiltshire School. It focuses on where what goes and encourages today’s youth to engage in proper waste management behaviours. We apologize for the audio on this video which was caused by technical difficulties. Length: 8 minutes. Schools are welcome to submit videos that can be used for educational purposes. IWMC staff are available to assist.
Tours and Presentations
Tours of IWMC facilities may be arranged by e-mailing email@example.com or calling Customer Service, toll-free, at 1-888-280-8111. IWMC facilities available for touring include the EAST PRINCE WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITY in Wellington Centre and WASTE WATCH DROP-OFF CENTERS located in Brockton, New London, Dingwell Mills, Charlottetown, and Murray River. Tours at facilities not managed by IWMC may also be arranged by calling them directly.
- PEI ENERGY SYSTEMS in Charlottetown (629-3960)
- CENTRAL COMPOST FACILITY in Brookfield (964-2121)
- BEVERAGE CONTAINER REFUND DEPOTS (368-5000 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
- PEI’s RECYCLING FACILITY in Charlottetown (1-800-810-0155)
Island Waste Management Corporation offers Waste Watch presentations to groups of any age. To have an IWMC representative visit your group, contact email@example.com A presentation to meet your needs can usually be arranged within a few weeks.