This page features our published Waste Reduction work, including guides for composting at-home and at remote camps, a checklist for hosting sustainable events, many written reports on a variety of waste reduction topics, and a video on managing community hazardous waste.
A series of plain-language, illustrated booklets that teach about small-scale agriculture in the NWT. Topics include raising chickens, composting, preserving food, and growing in small spaces!
The how-to checklist to running a sustainable, zero-waste, bottled water-free, energy conscious event in Yellowknife.
A resource developed for camp managers to explore the options, benefits, and barriers to composting at remote worksites in Northern Canada.
A 38 minute instructional film, intended to help NWT communities deal with stockpiles of hazardous waste and develop a community hazardous waste management plan.
This study looks at options for composting in Hay River, including the feasibility of composting poultry manure, paper waste, wood chips, and household organics.
A study looking at the options and safety of using ash from pellet stoves and boilers as an agricultural soil amendment in the NWT.