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October 1, 2004
Mayor Miller hosts Environment Day
  
Mayor David Miller is hosting an Environment Day, the annual event held in each
ward where residents are encouraged to bring items that the City will recycle,
divert or donate. Joining the mayor is Councillor John Filion, who represents
Ward 23, where the event is being held.

Environment Day is quickly becoming a familiar tradition where residents bring
small household appliances, paint cans, computer equipment, clothing, books and
hazardous waste items. Residents can also pick-up water-saving kits,
composters, recycling boxes, yard waste containers and leaf compost at
Environment Day.

What: Event/Photo Opportunity

When: Sunday, October 3, 11 a.m. to noon

Where: Earl Haig Secondary School
100 Princess Ave.
(at Kenneth Avenue, south of Empress Avenue)

Media contact:
Olga K. Lukich, Sr. Communications Co-ordinator, 416-397-0281



 

 

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