Cleanfarms' Programs Demonstrate Waste Reduction Week Circular Economy Goals

ETOBICOKE, ON, Oct. 18, 2020 /CNW/ -A Each year, Waste Reduction Week (WRW) is marked in the third week of October when organizations throughout Canada celebrate achievements and commit to work harder to support the principles and practices of the circular economy, resource efficiency and waste reduction. At Cleanfarms, these principles are at the core of programs delivered across the country every single day.
Cleanfarms' Programs Demonstrate Waste Reduction Week Circular Economy Goals
This year, WRW (October 19A a?? 25) has designated Thursday, October 22 as plastics day, meant to highlight the progress made across multiple sectors from the take-make-waste linear consumption to a circular restorative and regenerative economy. "Given the central role plastics play as an essential tool in today's agricultural community, Thursday is a day to recognize the achievements Canadian growers have made, and continue to make toward sustainability in farm operations for present and future generations," says Cleanfarms Executive Director Barry Friesen. "Every year, the number of Canadian farmers who use Cleanfarms' programs to manage agricultural plastic waste is growing. There's no doubt that as stewards of their land, they want these programs to collect empty pesticide and fertilizer jugs, drums, totes, grain bags and twine to expand, so that recycling becomes a standard throughout every province." The 2019 results help to tell the story:
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