Sandra BrunetManager, Environmental Operations(705) 739-4220 x6140
Mission Statement: “To develop a community strategy for sustainable waste management that supports current and future service expectations in a manner that is fiscally responsible, socially acceptable and environmentally sound.”
The City of Barrie’s population has been growing, and over the next 20 years the population is expected to increase to over 200,000 (or by 50%). Ongoing growth means challenges for existing waste management infrastructure, for example Barrie’s landfill is expected to close in 2035.
Socially acceptable, financially responsible and environmentally sound waste management planning is an important part of Barrie’s long term sustainable growth.
In 2012, the City of Barrie completed development of a
Sustainable Waste Management Strategy. The strategy provides an action plan for effective, efficient and responsible change to our waste collection, diversion and disposal systems over a 20-year period. It is a community-based plan, with goal, policies and a vision focusing on issues related to Barrie as a whole.
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