Garbage Disposal

  • DISPOSAL: No Resident shall place, leave or permit to be placed or left in or upon any portion of the common elements (including the floor of any Disposal Room or Recycling Room and including any exclusive use common elements), any debris, refuse or garbage. Residents shall promptly remove any Garbage from the Resident(s) suite, and from their lockers that would attract vermin and insects, and shall not permit any organic garbage to accumulate within the suite for a period longer then one week. Any clean up will be at the Resident’s expense. Residents shall directly carry or place garbage in any area designated by the Corporation as a garbage depository, subject to such recycling, sorting or disposal criteria as may be established by the Board or municipality from time to time.
  • BAG: Garbage shall be securely wrapped and tied in a strong plastic bags weighing not more than 12 kilograms (25 pounds) per bag and placed down the chute in the Disposal Room located on each floor. All garbage must be firmly pushed down the garbage chute and not left jammed between the chute flap and the chute opening.
  • HOURS: Hours for disposing of garbage down the chute in the Disposal Room areas are between 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday through Sunday.
  • RECYCLABLES: Glass jars/bottles, other forms of glass, aluminium or steel cans, polyethylene, terephthalate (i.e., soft drink) bottles, newsprint, cardboard or any other form of recyclable materials shall be disposed of separately in the appropriate bins as designated by the Board in accordance with all municipal by-laws and requirements. Any potentially leakable recyclable material shall be double-wrapped in leak-proof bags or containers and shall be carried to the appropriate recycling bins. Items too large or bulky to be packages as above (e.g. boxes and other packing materials), shall be placed into the outdoor disposal bins located at the rear of the building. Boxes shall be flattened and/or broken down. Organic material (e.g. wet kitchen waste) shall be disposed of in the green organics bin located outside the rear of the building.
  • HAZARDOUS: No flammable, combustible, explosive, dangerous or hazardous liquids, chemicals or materials shall be placed in or around indoor or outdoor designated depository areas, but shall be disposed of safely and in accordance with the requirements of WHMIS, the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Environmental Protection Act, and all applicable procedures, packaging and disposal methods at the appropriate Hazardous Waste Depot.
  • BULKY: The Resident shall be responsible for removing or having removed from the common elements any carpet remnants and renovation materials. Any costs incurred by the Corporation for disposal of such items which have been left by a Resident or resident’s Agent in the Corporation’s bins or anywhere on the common elements will be charged back to the Resident. The Corporation and the Board shall not be liable for any injury to any person or persons, or for any damage to any property as a result of the delivery, removal or placement of such items. The Resident shall advise the Management Office of any appliances and furniture to be disposed of and follow any instructions given of where to place the material and the date and time to do so.
  • COMPLIANCE: Residents shall comply with any regulations passed by the Board pertaining to requirements for compliance with any legislation, regulation, by-law or edict of any public authority pertaining to source-separation of wastes, recycling and sorting requirements as may be applicable in the municipality from time to time. In order to reduce cost, Residents are encouraged to reduce, reuse and recycle whenever possible.
  • FAILURE TO COMPLY: Where a Resident has failed to separate, remove and/or properly dispose of Garbage, the Corporation shall have the option of performing this function at the owner’s expense.
  • TRASH CONTAINERS: Only light, dry trash shall be placed into the indoor containers located at the pedestrian entrances into the buildings from the P-1 and P-2 levels of the garage. Nothing shall be left on top of these trash containers, or on the floor anywhere in the garage.
  • GARBORATORS: No one shall install, replace or operate a garbage grinding device that does not meet the requirements of the City by-laws.