Mayor’s Towering Waste Challenge
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The Mayor’s Towering Challenge motivated building Property Managers, Superintendents, Owners, Boards, 3Rs Ambassador Volunteers and residents to improve waste diversion in apartments, condominiums and co-operatives.
Almost half of Toronto residents live in apartments, condos and co-ops, but they recycle and compost only 28% of their waste compared to 65% of waste in single-family homes. We all have a part to play to reach the City of Toronto’s goal of 70% diversion from landfill and the Mayor’s Towering Challenge could help us get there.
Even though the Challenge is over, we invite you to continue your excellent waste diversion efforts – or start now. For buildings with City of Toronto waste collection, contact email@example.com for posters, stickers, lobby displays, kitchen catchers, recycling bags, presentations, site visits and support.
Congratulations to the Winner!
Omni Forest Mansions – 115, 117, 119, 123 & 125 Omni Drive
|Overall Winner||Omni Forest Mansion – 115, 117, 119, 123 & 125 Omni Drive||n/a|
|Best Reduce & Reuse Initiative||MTCC 1273 – 18 Sommerset Way||7 & 21 Richgrove Drive|
|Best Leadership||20 Prince Arthur Avenue||Harbourside – 55 &65 Harbour Square|
|Best Initiative Using Data||Capreit – 5 & 15 Tangreen Court||Symphony Place – 71 Simcoe Street|
|Best Resident Engagement Initiative||Hugh Garner Housing Co-operative – 550 Ontario Street||Ahmadiyya Abode of Peace – 3001 Finch Avenue West|
|Most Innovative||Millgate Manor Condominiums – 812 Burnhamthorpe Road||The Monet – 60 Byng Avenue|
|Registered Buildings||Wards||Units||New 3Rs Ambassadors||Kitchen Catchers & Recycling Bags Delivered||Toxic Taxi Visits|