Solid Waste Management Plan Review

Consultation has concluded

With the help of the Regional Solid Waste Advisory Committee, comprised of community representatives and the input of other stakeholders, the Regional Board approved a Solid Waste Management Plan with a goal of 90% diversion of waste.

The Plan will now be forwarded to the Provincial Minister of Environment & Climate Change for approval. This approval process is expected to take four to six months. In the interim, a Plan Monitoring Advisory Committee will be established in place of the RSWAC to ensure that Plan implementation continues to meet the needs of the community.

Find out more

Read the Final Version of the Solid Waste Management Plan, background information, Factsheets, Public Information Boards and detailed reports prepared as part of updating the Solid Waste Management Plan in the document library.

With the help of the Regional Solid Waste Advisory Committee, comprised of community representatives and the input of other stakeholders, the Regional Board approved a Solid Waste Management Plan with a goal of 90% diversion of waste.

The Plan will now be forwarded to the Provincial Minister of Environment & Climate Change for approval. This approval process is expected to take four to six months. In the interim, a Plan Monitoring Advisory Committee will be established in place of the RSWAC to ensure that Plan implementation continues to meet the needs of the community.

Find out more

Read the Final Version of the Solid Waste Management Plan, background information, Factsheets, Public Information Boards and detailed reports prepared as part of updating the Solid Waste Management Plan in the document library.

CLOSED: This quick poll has concluded.

Do You Support the RDN's Zero Waste Goal of 90%?

Yes, Support
94%
No, Don't Support
6%
Unsure
0%
Total Votes : 16