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See the circular economy in action at Canada Fibers’s resource recovery and recycling campus.

Come visit Canada Fibers’s unique, vertically-integrated site in Toronto, featuring state-of-the-art Material Recovery Facilities (MRF) and a Plastic Recycling Facility (PRF). Tours will start in the larger MRF, where visitors will see where the City of Toronto’s Blue Box material is processed. Processing capacity of approximately 260,000 tonnes of recyclables per year, makes it the largest single-stream MRF in Canada. Visitors will have the opportunity to follow some of the bales from the MRFs, next door to Urban Polymers. There, it is sorted, ground, and washed by plastic type and colour, and either flaked or compounded into small colourful pellets that are exceptional in quality and purity for post-consumer resins. These sustainable resources go on to be used in the production of packaging, automotive parts, construction and home improvement products.

This tour is an exclusive opportunity to see resource sortation and reintegration on one property. Visitors will gain a unique perspective into how the circular economy is already in motion at Canada Fibers’s 12 facilities located throughout Ontario.

Please register for either the morning or afternoon session. We encourage all visitors to join the networking lunch at 11:30am.

• Companies hosting plant tours have the exclusive right to allow or deny participation in the plant tour.
• Safety shoes are required. Please bring your own.
• You must pre-register to attend. No walk-ins will be permitted.

Register now! Limited spaces available.

When:
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Morning Session:
9:00am - Registration and light refreshments
9:15 - 11:15am - Presentation and tour

11:30am - 12:30pm - Lunch catered in onsite

Afternoon Session:
12:30pm - Registration
12:45 - 2:45pm - Presentation and tour

Where:
130 Arrow Road
Toronto, ON
M9M 2M1

Price: CAD$ US$
PAC NEXT Member
$70 $60
PAC Member
$85 $75
Non Member
$115 $100
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