Waste Management Toolbox

4R’s Guide

By sensitizing us to the problematic of over-consumption and residual materials (i.e. wastes), this guide hopes to achieve the following three objectives and :

consumption and residual materials (i.e. wastes), this guide hopes to achieve the following three objectives and :

  1. Reducing individual and collective waste production (and the waste of resources);
  2. Efficiently managing the waste that is produced;
  3. Minimizing, thus, the risk of environmental contamination.

The guide is available here.

Interactive Outlook of Waste Management Infrastructures

The FNQLSDI, in collaboration with the Quebec First Nations Waste Management Regional Committee, introduce you to an interactive map of the waste management infrastructures accessible to First Nations in Quebec and Labrador.
This interactive outlook aims to promote knowledge sharing between the various actors involved in First Nations waste management.
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Some of our achievements include:

  • Educational activities in communities
  • Information sheet on Waste Management terms, acronyms and programs
  • Developing a comprehensive regional portrait of residual materials management in First Nations in Quebec
  • Publishing a gap analysis for residual materials management in Quebec versus in First Nation communities