|Submission Date||July 23, 2015|
OP-23: Waste Diversion
Materials diverted from the solid waste landfill or incinerator:
Materials disposed in a solid waste landfill or incinerator :
A brief description of programs, policies, infrastructure investments, outreach efforts, and/or other factors that contributed to the diversion rate, including efforts made during the previous three years:
Diversion is increasing due to the widespread presence of 3-stream recycling bins on campus as well as the organics program in back kitchens (cafeteria, Club 213, Tim Hortons) and at residence.
A brief description of any food donation programs employed by the institution:
Loyalist has chosen not to participate in a food donation program because our food services provider, Aramark, has a detailed and robust food purchasing inventory system that minimizes the generation of leftovers/food waste.
A brief description of any pre-consumer food waste composting program employed by the institution:
Loyalist College has a pre-consumer organics program operating in the cafeteria, Club 213 (on-campus restaurant run by the Culinary Program) and Tim Hortons.
A brief description of any post-consumer food waste composting program employed by the institution:
Loyalist has a post-consumer organics program for all residence buildings.
Does the institution include the following materials in its waste diversion efforts?:
|Yes or No|
|Paper, plastics, glass, metals, and other recyclable containers||Yes|
|Food for animals||No|
|Plant materials composting||---|
|Animal bedding composting||No|
|White goods (i.e. appliances)||No|
|Residence hall move-in/move-out waste||Yes|
Other materials that the institution includes in its waste diversion efforts:
The statistic for materials diverted only includes the following categories:
- Paper, plastics, glass, metals, and other recyclable containers
- Organics (pre and post-consumer)
It does not include other materials included in our waste diversion efforts such as e-waste, pallets, etc.
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