Zero Waste Yukon

Zero Waste means working together to dramatically reduce the amount of material sent to the landfill by rethinking what you buy (and buying less), reusing or repurposing the things you no longer need, and recycling or composting what remains.

Contact us to learn more

Join Us Today!

What's Happening?

Registration Open! Recycling and Zero Waste Working Forum: April 11-13, 2018

Registration Open! Recycling and Zero Waste Working Forum: April 11-13, 2018

April 3, 2018

Join Zero Waste Yukon, Eric Lombardi and expert panelists as we explore ways to become…

Read more
Free Public Film Screening: Divide in Concord

Free Public Film Screening: Divide in Concord

April 3, 2018

Join us as we kick off our Recycling & Zero Waste Working Forum with a…

Read more
Who is Eric Lombardi?

Who is Eric Lombardi?

March 28, 2018

You may have heard that our keynote speaker for the Recycling & Zero Waste Working…

Read more
Free Public Presentation: Eric Lombardi, Eco-Cycle Solutions

Free Public Presentation: Eric Lombardi, Eco-Cycle Solutions

March 22, 2018

We’re excited to announce as part of our Recycling and Zero Waste Working Forum, a…

Read more

Our latest zero hero

Northwestel

Northwestel

Northwestel serves the largest operating area in the Western hemisphere and provides service to over…

Read more View more heroes

Zero Waste Blog

Free Public Film Screening: Divide in Concord

Free Public Film Screening: Divide in Concord

April 3, 2018

Join us as we kick off our Recycling & Zero Waste Working Forum with a…

Read the full post Visit our blog
Image
Image Image
Image Image

About Us

Zero Waste Yukon is a not for profit organization created to increase public awareness about waste reduction and provide tools and strategies for behaviour change. Since 2014 Zero Waste Yukon has been working to inspire change through public education and engagement, events, and support of Zero Waste initiatives in the Yukon Territory.

What is zero waste?

Zero Waste means working together to dramatically reduce the amount of material sent to the landfill by rethinking what you buy (and buying less), reusing or repurposing the things you no longer need, and recycling or composting what remains.

Zero Waste means working together to dramatically reduce the amount of material buried in landfills and wasted. It strives for the sustainable use of materials through reduced consumption, thoughtful design, and increased recovery of resources.

Read more