Three Canadian Companies Recognized for Outstanding Zero Waste Product Designhttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/03-31-2017-ThreeCanadianCompaniesRecognizedOutstandingZeroWasteProductDesign.pdfThree Canadian Companies Recognized for Outstanding Zero Waste Product DesignThe National Zero Waste Council (NZWC) today announced the addition of three companies – Lush Handmade Cosmetics, Shaw Industries Incorporated and Club Coffee – to an esteemed design portfolio that celebrates businesses on the forefront of Canada’s circular economy and zero waste movements. 2017-03-31T07:00:00Z
Canada's National Zero Waste Council Announces the Members of its Management Boardhttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/MediaRlease-2017NZWCBoardMembers.pdfCanada's National Zero Waste Council Announces the Members of its Management BoardThe National Zero Waste Council has announced the members of its 2017 Management Board.2016-11-09T08:00:00Z
National Food Waste Reduction Strategy Unveiled in Metro Vancouverhttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/MediaRelease-NationalFoodWasteReductionStrategyUnveiledinMetroVancouver.pdfNational Food Waste Reduction Strategy Unveiled in Metro VancouverThe National Zero Waste Council today announced a National Food Waste Reduction Strategy to combat climate change, reduce municipal disposal costs and improve community resiliency.2016-11-03T07:00:00Z
Federation of Canadian Municipalities backs call for federal tax incentive to prevent food wastehttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/NewsReleaseFCMTaxIncentiveOct11-2016.pdf Federation of Canadian Municipalities backs call for federal tax incentive to prevent food wasteAs cities across the United States back measures to prevent food waste, and momentum on this issue grows worldwide, municipalities across Canada have joined forces in calling for federal action on a specific measure aimed preventing food waste. The Federation of Canadian Municipalities approved a resolution, proposed by the National Zero Waste Council that calls on the federal government to introduce a tax incentive to boost donations by food retailers and restaurants of nutritious food.2016-10-11T07:00:00Z
New intel helps businesses transition to circular economyhttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/Media-release-CEBusinessToolkitJuly152016.pdfNew intel helps businesses transition to circular economyToolkit shows how to close loops, avoid risks of unsustainable linear economy2016-07-15T07:00:00Z
Cities call for federal tax incentive to slash food wastehttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/MediaRelease-NZWCFoodWasteTaxIncentive_Oct27-2015.pdfCities call for federal tax incentive to slash food wasteCanadian cities from coast to coast have recently passed or are tabling, in the coming days, resolutions in support of a federal tax incentive aimed at encouraging food producers and retailers to divert edible food from landfills to charities serving Canadian households.2015-10-28T07:00:00Z
Plusieurs villes réclament la mise en place d’un incitatif fiscal fédéral pour réduire les déchets alimentaireshttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/MediaRelease-NZWCFoodWasteTaxIncentive_Oct27-2015Fr.pdfPlusieurs villes réclament la mise en place d’un incitatif fiscal fédéral pour réduire les déchets alimentairesPlusieurs villes canadiennes, d’un océan à l’autre, ont récemment adopté, ou vont proposer, dans les jours qui viennent, une résolution soutenant l’adoption d’un incitatif fiscal fédéral conçu pour encourager les producteurs et les détaillants de denrées alimentaires à donner les aliments comestibles invendus à des organismes de bienfaisance au service des ménages canadiens au lieu de les jeter au dépotoir.2015-10-28T07:00:00Z
Business case studies demonstrate tangible benefits of circular economyhttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/MediaRelease-BusinessCaseStudiesDemonstrateTangibleBenefitsofCircularEconomy.pdfBusiness case studies demonstrate tangible benefits of circular economyA series of case studies demonstrates how a new way of doing business – the circular economy – benefits businesses, customers, and the environment when compared to the linear economy model.2015-10-14T07:00:00Z
Celebrating Canadian Design for Preventing Waste & Increasing Sustainabilityhttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/MediaReleaseNZWCDesignPortfolio.pdfCelebrating Canadian Design for Preventing Waste & Increasing SustainabilityAchieving zero waste means incorporating environmentally conscious design from start to finish. The National Zero Waste Council’s design portfolio is a showcase and education portal featuring products made using lifecycle thinking and zero waste design principles.2015-05-07T07:00:00Z