Toronto, Ontario, Canada News Release
December 29, 2010
Last truckload of garbage from Toronto to landfill in Michigan
Tomorrow morning, Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong (Ward 34 Don Valley East), Chair of the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee, and Deputy City Manager Richard Butts will be present at the Commissioners Street Transfer Station as the last truckload of garbage bound for Michigan’s Carlton Farms Landfill leaves Toronto.
Starting 1 January 2011, all of Toronto’s waste requiring landfill disposal will go to the City-owned Green Lane Landfill in Elgin County west of Toronto.
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