LEFTOVER SPRING GARBAGE PROBLEM
There are still some piles of unwanted and uncollectible garbage sitting along some roadsides in Champlain Township after the annual spring cleanup for households last month. That is getting township council annoyed.
“You can’t just empty out your house and FYQFDU VT UP QJDL JU BMM VQ u TBJE .BZPS (BSZ Barton during the June 19 council session.
.BZPS #BSUPO CSPVHIU VQ UIF JTTVF EVSJOH a review of the waste management report on the annual spring cleanup/garbage collection program. Once a year, residents are allowed to put out certain unwanted items for pickup and deposit at the landfill without having to pay the township disposal fee.
The problem is that there are restrictions and limits on what people are allowed to set out for collection during the spring cleanup. The bylaw for the program states how large a load is allowed for each homeowner for spring cleanup collection and also states what items are not allowed.
.BZPS #BSUPO TBJE DPVODJM BOE BENJOJTUSBtion need “a serious look” at reviewing the program, noting that he saw a large pile of used gyprock set out along the roadside for pickup in one neighbourhood, even though the spring cleanup bylaw states that leftover or used construction material is listed as unacceptable for collection. Councillor Paul &NJMF %VWBM TVHHFTUFE DIFDLJOH PO IPX other municipalities manage their spring cleanup programs.
.FBOXIJMF DPVODJM BQQSPWFE B TVHHFTUJPO GSPN $PVODJMMPS .BSD 4ÊHVJO 5IF CZMBX EFpartment should contact all homeowners who still have uncollectible garbage sitting on the roadside from the spring cleanup, offer them a one-time-only free deposit coupon, and tell them they are responsible for taking that trash soon to the landfill, on a Saturday morning when the site is open. This offer only applies to homeowners who put out stuff for the spring cleanup, which was not allowed under the bylaw, and it does not apply to any new garbage items of which they might want to dispose.
Des piles de déchets indésirables sont encore sur le bord de la route dans le canton de Champlain, depuis la campagne annuelle de nettoyage du printemps en mai. Ces articles ne figuraient pas sur la liste des déchets acceptés lors de la collecte et...