Bouchette St
(Near McCleary Park/Commissioners St), Toronto, ON

2023 Fall Community Environment Day

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Image promoting upcoming Community Environment Day with faded green/white background with Paula Fletcher to the right, a City of Toronto logo in the top left corner of the poster and grass along the bottom of the image. Wording is as follows: " Councillor Paula Fletcher's Community Environment Day. Rain or shine. Sunday, September 17th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Commissioners and Bouchette St. Drop off items for reuse, relocking and safe disposal!. Free bagged compost. Free paper shredding." There is then icons of items that can be disposed of at Environment Day. This includes  cellphones and small electronics, household hazardous waste, unused medications, batteries, e-cigarettes, propane tanks, pesticides & fertilizers and used cooking oils. Final text at bottom of poster reads "Details: paulafletcher.ca/fall_community_environment_day_2023".

My annual Fall Community Environment Day is on Sunday, September 17th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Due to construction on Broadview Avenue, this year's Fall Environment Day will be held on Bouchette Street in the Port Lands, next to the Commissioners Street Transfer Station and McCleary Park. 

Drop off reusable items, dispose of household hazardous waste and electronics, and of course, pick up some free compost.* Free paper shredding services will also be available.*

More details can be found below.

I look forward to seeing you all back in our usual location on Broadview next Fall and in East York for the Spring 2024 Environment Day. 

Pick up:

  • Free compost (*limit of two bags per household, while supplies last)
  • Kitchen containers for organics (available for purchase)

Drop off for recycling or proper disposal:

  • Electronic Waste
  • Household Hazardous Waste *Please ensure you dispose of any House Hold Hazardous Waste in the Commissioners Transfer Station yard (on-site staff and signage will direct you) and not on the curb.*

The Carbon Neutral Shredding truck will also be offering free paper shredding. *Each household is limited to two boxes of paper for shredding. 

Donate items for reuse:

  • Non-perishable food for donation
  • Sporting goods
  • Books (excluding textbooks)
  • Cameras, CDs, DVDs and Blu-rays
  • Dress-up clothing and costume jewelry
  • Clothing, footwear, accessories, linens, etc.
  • Small household items
  • Musical instruments, board games
  • Eyeglasses, walking aids, hearing aids, etc.
  • Non-perishable food for donation

Please do not bring:

  • Construction waste
  • Air conditioners
  • Garbage and Blue Bin recycling
  • Wood
  • Cassette and videotapes
  • Commercial/industrial hazardous waste
  • Tires and scrap metal

Visit the city's website for more information.

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