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November 13, 2000
Recycle those old Election Signs
  
From November 14 to December 8, two of the city's recycling depots will be
accepting election signs for recycling, free of charge. Paperboard signs are
acceptable, including wax covered signs. Signs that have been laminated or
that are made out of plastic are not recyclable and must be put out for garbage
collection.

Residents can place their small paperboard signs (with the stakes removed) in
their Paper Recycling Box on their regular paper collection day.

Stakes used for holding up the signs can be reused for other things, such as
gardening or arts and crafts. If reuse is not an option, the wooden stakes
will be accepted at the depots for recycling, attached or unattached to the
election signs.

At the transfer stations, all signs must be unloaded by hand and placed in the
recycling bins.

Sign Recycling Locations:

Bermondsey Transfer Station
188 Bermondsey Road
(south from Eglinton Avenue East, 4th traffic
light east of the Don Valley Parkway)
Tel: 416-392-3139
Hours: Monday to Friday, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Ingram Transfer Station
50 Ingram Drive
(east from Keele Street, six streets north of
Eglinton Avenue West)
Tel: 416-392-5837
Hours: Monday to Friday - 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday - 7 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.


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Access Toronto
416-338-0338

 

 

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