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WHAT SERVICES DOES PANDA OFFER?


Panda offers the following services to our customers. For more information, visit Our Services page, or Contact Us today.


  • Solid Waste Removal
  • Specific Plastic Recycling
  • Wood Recycling
  • Cardboard Recycling
  • Scrap Metal Recycling
  • Compactor Services
  • Clean Fill Removal
  • Impacted Soil Removal
  • Asbestos Material Removal ( See also Hazardous Waste Removal )
  • Construction / Demolition Waste Streaming & Removal


WHAT HAPPENS TO MY RECYCLABLES?


The following is a brief description of what happens to each popular recyclable: 


  • Newspaper is reprocessed and made into newsprint, magazines, flyers and phone books.
  • Cardboard is reprocessed and made into new cardboard, brown paper towels or kraft paper.
  • Boxboard and phone books are reprocessed and made into new boxboard, egg cartons, file folders, paper take-out trays and used in hydroseeding.
  • Fine paper is reprocessed and made into products such as bathroom and facial tissue.
  • Steel is smelted and used to make new food containers and other steel products.
  • Aluminum is smelted and used to make new aluminum products such a pop cans
  • Plastic pop and water bottles are reprocessed and made into new plastic products.




WHAT ARE THE RULES AND REGULATIONS REGARDING WASTE REMOVAL IN ONTARIO?

The rules and regulations regarded waste removal in ontario are separated into three categories:


Municipal:

Each municipality often can have specific laws related to waste and recycling. Laws can include: bans on what can go to landfill, recycling regulations, waste management fees, and more. Panda is highly experienced at providing waste removal solutions in neraly all municipalities in Southern Ontario. Contact us today to discuss any specific rules or regulations in your region.




Ontario Law:

There are several key laws in Ontario related to waste and recycling.

Click here for a full overview.


These laws include:?

1. Environmental Protection Act (EPA)

   a. O. Reg. 101/07

   b. O. Reg. 102/94
   c. O. Reg. 103/94
   d. O. Reg. 104
   e. R.R.O. 1990, Regulation 347


2. The Waste Diversion Act
3. The Environmental Assessment Act
4. The Planning Act



QUICK FACTS

The following are some useful facts about waste management:


  • With freezing temperatures there is a reduction in the available payload a bin can handle.
  • Proper packaging is a must. The Transport of Dangerous Goods Act lays out packaging regulations for everyone.
  • Each year by February 15th, your Ontario Generator Registration (HWIN) is due.
  • Waste compactors should be serviced regularly to ensure proper working conditions, maximum payload in your waste container and to proactively prevent breakdowns.