According to the 2022 Solid Waste Stream Composition Study, the total diversion potential from Hartland landfill in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada was measured at 47%, consisting of 23% compost/organics, 15% depot/drop off recycling material, and 9% recycling.
The Capital Regional District, who commissioned the study, has a goal of reducing landfill by about 40% by 2030. This detailed report provides an analysis of the sources and type of waste being produced in the region. With this data, the next step is addressing the problem, though a combination of education, incentives and technology.
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