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About Food Scraps Recycling
The region’s Organics Disposal Ban is a new rule to support food scraps recycling. Find background information and introductory videos in multiple languages, timelines and enforcement information.
Restaurants value food, and don’t want to see it wasted. Find the Food Scraps Recycling Guide, case studies, waste reduction tips and common questions from other restaurants.
Food retailers manage a lot of food from varying departments. Find out about tools designed by your industry, packaged food, and common questions from other grocers.
Most detached homes have a food scraps recycling program; contact your city for details. Find resources here to help your household waste less food.
Apartments and Condos
Apartment and condo residents are starting to recycle food scraps in their buildings. Find tools, case studies, signage for residents, and a guide and outreach tools for property managers.
Tools and Resources
Questions about your city collection program? Contact your city directly.
What other residents are doing
Find out what residents across the region are doing to recycle their food scraps, reduce the amount of food they waste, and reduce their overall garbage.
Questions and answers for residents
Here you will find some background information on why food scraps recycling was introduced, current recycling rates, and more.
Over half of the food and dairy Metro Vancouver households dispose of could have been eaten. Reducing that waste is key to meeting our waste diversion targets as well as our goal of a 10 per cent reduction in per capita waste by 2020. To help, we’re providing residents with simple steps they can take to use more of the food they purchase.
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