Thursday, March 25, 2010

Tag-a-Bag report accepted for information

The Standing Policy Committee on Utilities and Environment accepted the report on tag-a-bag for information yesterday.

The proposal suggests implementing a tag-a-bag program in 2012 after the roll out of black cart automated garbage collection. The estimated cost would be about $2 per tag for bags that don’t fit in the carts. A black cart will hold about four standard sized garbage bags.

Here is an interview with Dave Griffiths, Director of Waste and Recycling Services describing what accepting for information means, when black cart will be rolled out and when tag-a-bag will go potentially be rolled-out.

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