Working Towards Zero Waste Conference 2016

Click here to find out more about this year’s conference!

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Kick Some Trash

Get one FREE COFFEE when you buy your own cup!

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Zero Waste Starts Now!

Learn more about the Zero Waste Yukon Partners & Supporters

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Be Smart Buy Smart

There are 5 ways you can make a big difference with every purchase. Find out how!

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Do You Have a Zero Waste Idea?

We’d love to hear about it! Submit your ideas here.

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Zero Waste Yukon


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

The economic and environmental benefits of achieving Zero Waste are huge, including more local jobs, more resources conserved, better air and water quality, and lower energy and waste management costs.

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Whitehorse Reuse Guide

We are excited to present The Whitehorse Reuse Guide! Print copies are available free of charge at Raven Recycling or may be downloaded here: Whitehorse Reuse Guide – Click to Download  

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Help create the Whitehorse Reuse Guide!

This will be your go–to resource for donating and locating used goods. We need your help in creating it though – spend 2 minutes answering a few questions about where and how you reuse in Whitehorse in the survey below.  

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Indoor Community Garage Sale – February 11th

Zero Waste Yukon is hosting the annual Indoor Community Garage Sale at the Canada Games Center on February 11th 2017. From 10am – 2pm almost 50 vendors will be selling gently used items in the flexi-hall of the CGC.  Everyone is welcome to this family friendly event and those interested in selling may register a […]

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2016 Waste Reduction Week

Did you know? October 17th – 23rd is Waste Reduction Week in Canada. Zero Waste is a goal which strives for the sustainable use of materials through the design, reduction, and recovery of resources. It starts when we alter our mindset and challenge the very idea of waste: Everything we once thought of as “waste” […]

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