ON-SITE FOOD WASTE DIVERSION PILOT PROGRAM 2021
Join the Township of Terrace Bay in tackling food waste by piloting FoodCycler™ technology in your home!
WHY SHOULD I PARTICIPATE?
Did you know that up to 50% of household waste is composed of food waste? By helping your municipality address food waste, you are supporting your community’s environmental initiatives, while reducing your carbon footprint.
90% REDUCTION IN FOOD WASTE
95% REDUCTION IN GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM FOOD WASTE
|EASY TO USE
Only $3-$4 in energy costs every month!
Carbon filter accessories filter all odours!
Just press Start!
PROJECT TIMELINE: 12 WEEKS
|START NOV 1, 2021
|END JAN 23, 2022
Purchase your unit and filters at the municipal office:
• Unit price: $169.50
• Replacement filters: $25.00
(all prices include HST)
|Divert your food waste using the FoodCycler™ for a period of 12 weeks. Track the amount of waste you divert with a tracking sheet (to be provided to you by the municipality).
Fill out a closing survey (to be provided by the municipality) about your experience using the FoodCycler™. Once complete, the FoodCycler™ is yours to keep!
Replacement filters available to purchase through your municipality & www.vitamix.com.
The Terrace Bay Community Centre Office will be CLOSED today - September 17th from noon to 1pm. We will be having a staff luncheon celebrating Dean Main's Retirement and his 35 years of service to our community! If you see Dean, wish him well in his new journey of retirement!
The next Council Meeting will be Monday, August 16, 2021 at 6:30pm in the Terrace Bay Community Centre - Activity Room. The public is invited to attend these meetings in person or online through Zoom. Just click on the Zoom Links below to attend the virtual meeting:
Exciting News! Parks Canada’s Lake Superior NMCA team will be opening a small visitor centre in the newly-constructed Terrace Bay Beach Pavilion! This new waterfront facility is located on Lake Superior at the mouth of the Aguasabon River. The pavilion will welcome visitors looking to explore the northern coast of the lake. Upon opening, the centre will offer merchandise sales, community programs, interpretive programming, and celebratory events such as Canada Day and Lake Superior Day. A 300m boardwalk extends from the pavilion along a nature trail leading to Parks Canada red chairs, located at the eastern edge of the beach. Expect to see smiling Parks Canada staff on site at the Terrace Bay beach starting in Summer 2021. For more details check out the online article.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Council Meetings will be held through Zoom Video Conferencing until further notice. The next Council Meetings will be held on Monday, July 20, 2020 - 2:00pm - Special Council Meeting and Regular Council Meeting - 6:30pm. The public is invited to attend these meetings through Zoom. Just click on the Zoom Links below to attend the virtual meetings:
Special Council Meeting at 9:00pm - Activity Room - Terrace Bay Community Centre