From Global News at 5:30 Toronto, Mon, May 23 Municipalities and clean water advocates coming together to launch ‘I Don’t Flush’ campaign to get Canadians to keep toilet use for what they meant for. Mark McAllister has more.
Canadian actor Ennis Esmer returns to lend his support as the voice of I Don’t Flush 2016. Known for his work in numerous films and television programs such as Red Oaks and The Listener, Ennis Esmer was one of the many public figures to lend support to our initial I Don’t Flush campaign targeting waste
The I Don’t Flush campaign was proud to win two awards during the inaugural Interactive Knowledge Exchange (IKE) session held during The Water Environment Federation’s WEFTEC 2015. Over the length of the conference held in Chicago, 28 videos were vying for top prize, ranging in categories from technical and student-developed, to utility management and public
The I Don’t Flush campaign (phase 1) was an overwhelming success – the campaign generated over 30 million media impressions… and most importantly, contributed to a 10% increase in pharmaceutical take-back in targeted regions across Ontario! Check out the video!
The I don’t flush website has been selected to be the Great Lakes Information Network (GLIN) Site of the Month for April 2015! Others that have been honoured with this designation include websites for the states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, New York and Wisconsin; the U.S. EPA-Great Lakes National Program Office; New York State’s Seaway Trail;
From left to right: Anne Robins (Robins Pharmacy in Newmarket), Michelle Rich (York Region), Christopher Hilkene (CWF), Amy Lane (OCWA), Katherine Wood (OCWA) and Tracey Carrigan (York Region). The Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) and The Clean Water Foundation (CWF) – in conjunction with York Region, the Region of Peel and the Health Product
MEDIA ADVISORY: OCWA and CWF Announce New Public Awareness Campaign ‘I don’t flush’ at Windfall Ecology Festival The Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) and The Clean Water Foundation (CWF) – in conjunction with York Region, the Region of Peel and the Health Product Stewardship Association – are excited to announce the launch of a new