Innovative Dog Waste Containers in Mississauga Parks


The City of Mississauga is launching a one-year pilot program that will convert dog waste into renewable energy and fertilizer. Fifteen in-ground dog waste containers will be installed across eight City parks including the Animal Services facility this spring. These fully in-ground concrete containers can hold dog waste for up to six weeks. The waste will then be emptied by a vacuum truck and taken to an organic waste plant where it will be safely converted into energy and fertilizer.


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