Social Enterprise Spotlight: The Binners’ Project

Apr 26th, 2021

Binners’ Project offers fee-for-service waste sorting programs to help you achieve the triple benefit of: Social Inclusion – Binners feel connected to the wider community while building job skills, routine, and a sense of dignity. Economic Development – Binners earn a reliable and fair income through participating in our programs. Waste Diversion ​- Binners use their expertise to sort your waste and help you achieve your sustainability goals.

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