Should I line my kitchen catcher and bin?

You don't need to line your bin, but you can use a kraft-type paper bag or other paper liner if you wish. Newspaper, paper bags and paper towel are acceptable to use. Do not use plastic compostable / biodegradable plastic products as a liner as the composting facility does not accept them.

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1. How many garbage bags and/or containers can I put out for collection?
2. Where can I get garbage tags for my extra garbage?
3. What is a Green Can?
4. Do I need a Green Can decal?
5. What time do I have to put my garbage, green waste or recycling out for collection?
6. Should I line my kitchen catcher and bin?
7. Why are food scraps no longer accepted in the garbage?
8. I already compost. Why do I need to have a Green Can?
9. Is there a limit to the amount of food scraps and yard trimmings I can put in my Green Can?
10. Why does glass have to go in the Red bin?
11. What happens to all the food scraps that are recycled in the Green Can?
12. Who is going to clean out the containers?
13. What about animals getting into my containers?
14. What bylaw includes solid waste collection?
15. Is there a fee for City solid waste collection fees?