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Zero Waste policy:

Zero Waste policy Muskoka Lakes Golf and Country Club

Purpose:

Purpose Muskoka Lakes Golf and Country Club is committed to promoting, facilitating, and modeling Zero Waste strategies. This policy has been developed to “lead by example” in the Club’s Facilities, operations, functions and practices. The club has food service operations and activities that generate food and non-food waste. The Club is responsible for all disposal/recycling and composting costs of managing this waste. The goal of this policy is to ensure that all departments of the Club meet these performance standards.

Guidelines:

Guidelines It is the responsibility of the employees in every department to maintain the integrity of the waste stations by ensuring that the waste bins are emptied regularly, utilized efficiently, kept clean, and that liner bags are replace immediately when and if they are required. In order for efficient waste collection, it is the department’s responsibility to ensure that all waste from these areas is brought to the designated pick-up areas. At this point ALL waste should be sorted properly, bags sealed, cardboard broken down and all large containers rinsed and drained. i.e. lobster packaging.

Waste Categories:

Waste Categories Containers recycling Fibres recycling Corrugated Cardboard (Non waxed) On site compost Unrecyclable/uncompostable waste (Garbage) Broken glass LCBO recycling Hazardous Waste Grease

Containers Recycling:

Containers Recycling Glass Bottles and Jars Plastic soft Drink Bottles (P.E.T) Rigid Plastic bottles (H.D.P.E) Mixed Plastics Plastic Film Polystyrene (Styrofoam) Wax Coated Milk and Juice Cartons Juice Drink Boxes Aluminum Cans and Foil Empty Paint Cans

Containers Recycling:

Containers Recycling

Fibres Recycling:

Fibres Recycling Brown Paper Bags Newspapers Magazines Catalogues Telephone Books Boxboard Fibre egg cartons Mixed and Office Papers Textile and Clothing

Fibres Recycling:

Fibres Recycling

Fibres Recycling:

Fibres Recycling

On Site Compost:

On Site Compost Raw Fruit & Vegetable scraps Leaves Egg shells Loose tea and tea bags Coffee Grounds and filters Grass Old potting soil Soft plant stems Shredded paper Fibre egg cartons Houseplant trimmings Garden trimmings Sawdust Wood chippings Clean Paper Towels (used for drying hands)

On Site Compost:

On Site Compost

Landfill Compost – At this time still treat as Garbage:

Landfill Compost – At this time still treat as Garbage Food Other All Plate scraps including Fruits and vegetables Cooked Bones Cooked and raw eggs Cereal Nuts Dairy Products Flour & grains Sauces COOKED meat, poultry & fish Pasta & rice Baked goods Cotton Balls Facial Tissues Shredded paper Paper towel & napkins Paper plates Greasy pizza boxes Butchers paper Wax paper Popcorn bags Muffin paper cups Drink trays Hair & pet fur Dryer lint Popsicle sticks and toothpicks Biodegradable used paper plates

Unrecyclable/Uncompostable (Garbage):

Unrecyclable/Uncompostable (Garbage) Raw Meat, fish and bones Medical waste (gauze, bandages etc.) Diapers and wipes Feminine hygiene products Kitty litter and pet waste Animal bedding (shavings etc.) Dead animals Disposable mop sheets Rubber products Take-out cups Twist ties Construction/Demolition waste Treated wood products Cigarette butts and ashes

Unrecyclable/Uncompostable (Garbage):

Unrecyclable/Uncompostable (Garbage)

Unrecyclable/Uncompostable (Garbage):

Unrecyclable/Uncompostable (Garbage)

Corrugated Cardboard:

Corrugated Cardboard

Broken Glass:

Broken Glass When your departments broken glassware container is full, you can dump the container into the GARBAGE dumpster. Glassware cannot be recycled as it contains lead.

Hazardous Waste:

Hazardous Waste If you have any dead batteries, light bulbs, paint/varsol, or anything else that you think might be hazardous bring them to the Turf Care Centre and we will dispose of these items properly.

Dumpster Layout:

Dumpster Layout FIBRES RECYCLING CONTAINERS RECYCLING GARBAGE CORRUGATED CARDBOARD CORRUGATED CARDBOARD Grease

Dumpster Area:

Dumpster Area

Dumpster Area:

Dumpster Area NOTE: If you have to use this area there are clips, chains and or bungee cords on the garbage, and containers dumpsters. Please use them. Hopefully by keeping the lids secured shut the raccoons and other animals will not be able to pull out full bags of garbage and make a huge mess. (They will not get trapped in the dumpster either) If you notice that there is a mess down in the dumpster compound please use the rake and shovel that is there and clean it up.

Waste Stations:

Waste Stations It is the responsibility of the employees in every department to maintain the integrity of the waste stations by ensuring that the waste bins are emptied regularly, utilized efficiently, kept clean, and that liner bags are replace immediately when and if they are required. In order for efficient waste collection, it is the department’s responsibility to ensure that all waste from these areas is brought to the designated pick-up areas on schedule. At this point ALL waste should be sorted properly, bags sealed, cardboard broken down and all large containers rinsed and drained. i.e. lobster packaging.

Clubhouse Kitchen:

Clubhouse Kitchen Compost/Containers Fibres/Garbage

Liliwood:

Liliwood Containers/Fibres On Site Compost/Garbage

Liliwood:

Liliwood Inside Lounge

Staff House:

Staff House Fibres/Containers Fibres/Containers/LCBO/Garbage

Waste Pick-Up Locations:

Waste Pick-Up Locations Clubhouse kitchen Containers recycling Clubhouse Receiving Area Fibres recycling Clubhouse Receiving Area On site compost Clubhouse Receiving Area Landfill compost and Unrecyclable/uncompostable waste (Garbage) Clubhouse Receiving Area . In bear bin at night. Broken glass Clubhouse Receiving Area LCBO recycling Yellow shed Club’s restrooms there are containers to collect paper towels and other On-site compostable materials. Liliwood Containers recycling Inside back door of Liliwood Fibres recycling Inside back door of Liliwood On site compost Inside back door of Liliwood Landfill compost and Unrecyclable/uncompostable waste(Garbage) Inside back door of Liliwood Jr. Clubhouse Containers recycling Clubhouse Receiving Area Fibres recycling Clubhouse Receiving Area Unrecyclable/uncompostable waste (Garbage) Clubhouse Receiving Area On site compost Clubhouse Receiving Area West Deck, Docks and sailing Containers recycling Clubhouse Receiving Area Fibres recycling Clubhouse Receiving Area Unrecyclable/uncompostable waste (Garbage) Clubhouse Receiving Area ProShop and the Back Shop Containers recycling Rolling Bins Fibres recycling Rolling Bins Unrecyclable/uncompostable waste (Garbage) Bagged beside rolling bins, inside at night.

Clubhouse Receiving Area:

Clubhouse Receiving Area

Bear Bin:

Bear Bin

Inside back door of Liliwood:

Inside back door of Liliwood

Proshop/Backshop:

Proshop/Backshop Fibres/Containers

Blue Recycling Rolling Containers:

Blue Recycling Rolling Containers It is the employee’s responsibility of these departments to maintain the integrity of the rolling bins to ensure that the rolling bins are utilized efficiently, kept clean, not over filled, the full bags are closed, removed and liner bags are replaced immediately when required and full bags are brought to designated pick-up area on schedule

Waste Collection:

Waste Collection Someone will come around and pick up the full bags, compost, and cardboard at designated times. If the bags are mixed with fibres and containers the bag will be left there until it is sorted properly by the department of origin. If it is after 5:00 p.m. and you notice that there is a bag that hasn’t been picked up please try to put it in a location where the animals won’t get into it. No one wants to dig through garbage so sort it properly the first time!

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