Environment

Posted Friday, May 18, 2018

Danielle Watson Paint ReuseSaturday is Household Hazardous Waste Day in the City of Cornwall, and a new initiative will help residents reuse and recycle more items.
“A new and exciting feature of the hazardous waste depot is the paint and stain reuse centre,” explained Danielle Watson, waste management supervisor with the City’s Environmental Services Division. “The paint reuse centre allows residents to pick up paint and stain that someone else no longer needed.
“This...

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Posted Monday, January 08, 2018

Cornwall Notice of Completion of an Environmental Screening Cornwall Waste Disposal Site, City of Cornwall
Project The City of Cornwall has undertaken an environmental screening to permit the Cornwall Waste Disposal Site to accept waste from The Council of Mohawk Akwesasne's Cornwall Island location, located outside of the current service area (see attached map).
The City has previously sent out a Notice of Commencement and a Notice of Consultation on this matter.
The...

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Posted Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Adopt A StreetA successful year for Cornwall’s Adopt-A-Street program drew to a close on Thursday, November 30th with an appreciation event for participants at the Benson Centre.
City Council members and City staff offered thanks and presented certificates of appreciation to the dozens of participants who were in attendance.
Residents Pam and Ray Carson – two key champions of the program – and several others were presented with City of Cornwall jackets as a token of...

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Posted Monday, November 27, 2017

CornwallThe City of Cornwall’s landfill (ECA# A480109) is approved by the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change to accept solid, non-hazardous waste generated within the boundaries of the City of Cornwall for disposal and Municipal Hazardous and Special Waste (MHSW) generated from the City of Cornwall, South Stormont, North Stormont, South Glengarry, and South Stormont. The location of the City of Cornwall Waste Disposal Site and its approved service area (area from which it...
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Posted Monday, October 30, 2017

HalloweenThe City of Cornwall would like to wish all residents a safe and happy Halloween!
Once the ghoulish celebrations are over, make sure your Jack-O-Lanterns return to the patch.
Place your pumpkins out on their own at the curb on your regular collection day. Smaller pumpkins can be placed in a paper leaf and yard waste bag.
The pumpkins will be collected and composted along with leaf and yard waste at the City Landfill site.
Organic fall decorations such as corn stalks...

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