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National Waste Reduction Week program focuses on the transformation to a circular economy

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Waste Reduction Week in Canada is a program that focuses on the principles of circular economy, resource efficiency, and waste reduction.

In honour of Canada's 20th Waste Reduction Week anniversary, The Recycling Council of Alberta is promoting the national Waste Reduction Week program that focuses on the transformation to a circular economy. The program runs from October 18 to 24, and its purpose is to celebrate individual and collective environmental commitments, efforts, and accomplishments while encouraging innovative ideas and solutions around waste reduction. 

Waste Reduction Week in Canada is a program that focuses on the principles of circular economy, resource efficiency, and waste reduction. The program's primary purpose is to celebrate environmental efforts and achievements while encouraging new innovative ideas and solutions. The celebratory nature of the campaign is what motivates learning and behaviour change. Waste Reduction Week in Canada continues to grow and engage more Canadians each year through social media, events, landmark lightings, and more.

The program's educational resources and "take action" messaging empower all Canadians to adopt more environmentally conscious choices. Waste Reduction Week in Canada further provides information and ideas to reduce waste in all facets of daily living and create solutions to the many environmental challenges we face including climate change, water pollution and preservation of natural resources.

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