Take Action on Waste this month!

As it is time for Spring cleaning, we can also take the time to reflect upon our habits around waste. For instance, we can rethink our material consumption around buying new items that we do not necessarily need… Read More

Our Dumpster Diver’s Tips- Part 2

Last week, our Robbie shows why sorting waste is essential for everyone. This week, Robbie wants to talk about single-use plastics. In this short video, Robbie provides tips on how to reduce waste from single use plastics. Hope… Read More

Our Dumpster Diver’s Tips- Part 1

Today we start our series showing how sorting waste at Sheridan is easy. Meet Robbie who knows waste better than anyone. In this short video, Robbie shows why sorting waste is essential for everyone. Hope you’ll enjoy it…. Read More

New Zero Waste Bins at Davis

Have you noticed the new metal bins at Davis Campus? Sorting your waste is now even easier! 95 new Zero Waste bins have been installed over the last few weeks across Davis Campus. The new metal bins replaced… Read More

Mission Zero Outreach Table

Come check out our Mission Zero table where you can learn more about our program, as well as learn how to sort your waste. We will also have free Mission Zero tote bags for giveaway! Location: Trafalgar Campus… Read More

New Zero Waste Bins at Trafalgar Campus

Over the college-wide holiday break, roughly 100 new Zero Waste bins were installed around Sheridan’s Trafalgar Campus. These sleek, newly-designed metal bins, which fully comply with fire code regulations, were strategically placed in hallways around campus. Existing bins… Read More

2017 Sheridan E-Waste Collection Days: April 3 – 6

Help Protect the Environment… Conserve and Recycle! As part of Sheridan’s Zero Waste Initiative, Sheridan supports the recycling of electronic waste, or e-waste. E-waste contains hazardous metals, such as lead, cadmium, mercury, which contaminate soil and pollute air… Read More

Sheridan E-Waste Collection Days: April 13 – 14

Every year 20 to 50 million tons of e-waste are generated globally. It is the most rapidly growing segment of  municipal solid waste. The average Canadian generated about 24 kg of e-waste in 2012. This added up to… Read More

Zero Waste Gets Real – Latest Efforts in Zero Waste Sheridan Program

If you visit the Cafeteria or the Learning Commons at the Trafalgar campus today, you will notice some new table-top signs and wall posters. They have been introduced to encourage people to sort their waste according to the… Read More