At we are all about recycling and donating items to charities and different organizations. When we provide a junk removal service; commercial or residential, we make sure that we try and keep as much as possible out of the landfill and do our part to help save the environment one day at a time.

Dealing with an assortment of different charities and organizations we make sure that you feel better knowing you have chosen the right way to remove of any belongings you may not need while at the same time helping to keep the environment you live in a better and healthier place.


Conference Board of Canada highlights potential 13,000 new Ontario jobs with increased recycling

Today, the Conference Board of Canada released Economic Impacts of Waste Diversion in North America. This timely policy briefing report contains extensive and relevant information for Ontario regulators and politicians currently deadlocked on waste diversion reforms. 

The report describes the significant potential net economic opportunity associated with increasing waste diversion in Ontario–from the current rate of under 25% to 60%. 

Rob Cook, CEO of the Ontario Waste Management Association (OWMA) observed, “Increasing Ontario’s waste diversion rate to 60% would support close to 13,000 net new jobs in the province. This jobs calculation, which is deemed conservative by the OWMA, would be accompanied by a boost to GDP of $1.5 billion and a decreased dependence on U.S. landfills as home for Ontario waste.”

The OWMA contends that three priority actions will put Ontario on the correct path to reap the benefits of more jobs and enhanced environmental stewardship:

  1. Fix our broken waste diversion framework.
  2. Increase waste diversion in areas of low diversion by utilizing economic instruments such as disposal bans and Extended Producer Responsibility.
  3. Require direct accountability for achieving environmental outcomes.

 Cook noted, “With Ontario’s election pivoting around jobs and the economy, the OWMA has taken the step of distributing copies of Economic Impacts of Waste Diversion in North Americato each provincial party leader. We trust this is the right information, provided at the right time to aid politicians of every stripe to understand and embrace the potential employment and waste diversion benefits.”

ReThink Waste (released by the OWMA in 2013) complements the new Conference Board of Canada report. ReThink Waste is a blueprint to unlock Ontario’s resource recovery potential and sets the stage for a multimillion dollar investment by expanding Ontario’s waste management infrastructure. 

Economic Impacts of Waste Diversion in North America together with ReThink Waste provide the direction needed to address the current enormous loss of resources and squandered economic opportunity when every day, 75% of our waste resource is sent to landfill. 



Moving tips

  • Defrost your refrigerator in time for moving day.
  • It’s useful to keep a notebook at hand to write down reminders.
  • Get in touch with utility companies to verify service start dates at your new home.
Packing and labeling
  • Label boxes on all sides so you can see what it contains in a stack without having to move everything around.
  • Clearly mark boxes containing fragile goods.
  • Pack a suitcase with clothes and toiletries like you’re going on a trip for a few days.

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