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July 2016’s Business of the Month Award


Congratulations to the Hatfield House Culinary Experiences for being awarded Waste Check’s Business of the Month for July 2016. The owner and staff go far above and beyond promoting waste reduction and separation through their everyday operations. They fully participate in waste separation programs throughout the establishment. Examples of their commitment include: donating used cooking oil to local residents for reuse, and purchasing local as it becomes available. The Hatfield House has a green house and two gardens on site. All fruits, vegetables, and herbs are used daily in their kitchen and meals are tailored as to what is in season to minimize waste. Paper place mats are used to line the rows in the gardens to help control the weeds and are also used to line their green carts. Flower arrangements that are placed in and around the restaurant are hand picked from the yard. The restaurant is decorated with reused items, such as fine china and framed pictures, that were donated to them by local residents. A big thank you to the Hatfield House Culinary Experiences for setting a great example for other businesses to follow. Keep up the great work!

Want to become a recipient of Waste Check’s Business of the Month Award? To find out what you can do to help reduce your business’s waste and become a leader in recycling practices, please contact Waste Check toll free at 1–800–569–0039



At Waste Check, we are proud of our popular "Business of the Month" program. This program is designed to recognize and promote businesses within Yarmouth and Digby Counties who go above and beyond with their waste management practices. We would like to take this opportunity to send out a big THANK YOU to all of our wonderful Businesses of the Month! All the businesses that have been awarded over the last year are great examples for others to follow. They strive to reduce, reuse, and recycle in their daily operations and are truly making a difference for the environment. Their dedication and hard work does not go unnoticed. Visit our website (www.wastecheck.ca) for more information and to read their success stories. Congratulations to our past winners! We hope you continue to inspire others in your communities.

The "Business of the Month" award recipients for 2015-2016 are:
  • Red Cap Restaurant & Motel – Pubnico
  • Nova Star Cruises – Yarmouth
  • Conway Quick Stop & Laundromat - Digby
  • Pet Valu - Yarmouth
  • La Shoppe Verte Ltée - Clare
  • Bailey’s Bakery – Hebron
  • Yarmouth Natural Foods Market – Yarmouth









Tourist Information Brochure

Are you visiting the Yarmouth/Digby area, or know tourists who will be visiting? Download our Tourist Information Brochure here, and read about our Region’s waste separation programs and how tourists can participate!

Waste Check is this Region’s (Yarmouth and Digby Counties) waste management authority. We know your visit here will be enjoyable and memorable! We believe that a clean province is a happy province, and we want you to be a part of that. We invite you to join in on our waste separation programs and help us in Yarmouth and Digby Counties maintain the lowest garbage disposal rate in he province!





NSRC Winners 2015–2016












Batteries

Looking to dispose of your regular household batteries (rechargeable or not)? Recycle them the right way with Call2Recycle®’s battery recycling program. Call2Recycle® is a product stewardship program providing no-cost battery and cellphone recycling solutions across the Canada. Visit their website to learn what’s accepted and for a list of drop-off locations, http://www.call2recycle.ca/province/ .





Paper Shredding at Yarmouth Life Skills

Have papers that need to be shredded? Why not get them shredded and help support a great local organization as well!

Paper to be shredded can be dropped off to Yarmouth Life Skills at 15 Hawthorne St. in Yarmouth, Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 3:30pm. Donations can be made for smaller quantities of paper, and for larger quantities there is a fee of $0.20/lb.

Check out their website for further information and how to get in contact with Yarmouth Life Skills: yarmouthlifeskills.com







Apartment Information

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