Proudly supported by:
– Wasteco-Dixie Recycling Centre
– Family & Children’s Services Foster Family Association
Family & Children’s Services of Guelph and Wellington County works to ensure that children and youth in the region are safe and nurtured by loving families, lasting relationships and supportive communities. The Children First Fund, through fundraising events and generous donations, supports programs and initiatives that provide children, youth and families access to resources and supports they otherwise would not have and that help to overcome barriers that are getting in the way of success and well-being.
Q: Where does the shredding take place?
A: A large Wasteco shredding vehicle will be situated onsite to provide immediate shredding.
Q: Where will the truck be located?
A: The shredding takes place at 275 Eramosa which is between Rexall Parma Plus and Zehrs
Q: Can we have our boxes back?
A: Yes as the shredding vehicle does not process cardboard.
Q: What form of payment will be accepted?
A: Cash or cheques made payable to Family & Children’s Services.
Q: How will the event proceeds be used?
A: Event proceeds are being directed to the Children First Fund to support programs and initiatives that provide children, youth and families in Guelph and Wellington County access to resources and supports they otherwise would not have and that help to overcome barriers that are getting in the way of success and well-being.
Q: Who is doing the shredding?
A: Wasteco supplies Family & Children’s Services with corporate shredding services, and they are providing a vehicle that offers onsite immediate shredding.
Q: What does Wasteco do with the shredded material?
A: The shredded material is taken to Wasteco-Orenda Recycling Centre in Brampton where it is baled and sent to a paper mill to be recycled into paper products.
Q: What will shredded products become?
A: Most document paper can be recycled 5-8 times into a variety of products. Their final recycle is as brown paper towel as by then the paper fibres are too short to use again.