TORONTO, June 25 /CNW/ - The city garbage strike means Torontonians are
seeking trash disposal alternatives. Many residents are concerned about
illegal dumping, and want to be sure that their trash is collected and
disposed of in a responsible, environmentally safe manner.
Some Toronto residents are working with their neighbours to share a
solution. They are purchasing Waste Management's Rhinobag(TM) - a light
weight, ultra strong bag designed for heavy waste disposal - and jointly
filling it with their household garbage. This way, they avoid the time and
frustration of hauling their trash to a transfer station, and know that their
trash is being safely handled and disposed of by a reputable company.
This photo opportunity will demonstrate the Rhinobag being used by
WHAT: See a Rhinobag in action as residents fill it with their
household waste. The demonstration will show how to use a
Rhinobag, and a boom truck will be on-site to haul the bag once
A Waste Management spokesperson will explain how the Rhinobag
works and how it can be used as an alternative to waste
One-on-one interviews will be available after the photo
WHO: Local homeowners will be participating in filling the Rhinobag.
Randy Uens, senior manager of Rhinobag will be available for
WHERE: 33 Sutherland Drive
WHEN: Friday, June 26, 2009
For further information:
For further information: or to RSVP please contact: Camille DePutter,
Cohn & Wolfe, (416) 924-5700 ext 4058, firstname.lastname@example.org