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  • To encourage interest among coworkers in active transportation for their work commute or as a recreational activity To build capacity amongst coworkers and create momentum for culture change

  • Changing our transportation habits can go a long way towards reducing climate-altering greenhouse gases and improving the air quality in our region. This toolkit provides an overview of the many ways that Green+Leaders can engage coworkers in active and clean transportation choices. 

  • This Guide is a Resource to:

    • Celebrate the ways your workplace is already improving environmental health and wellness;

  • To eliminate the use of bottled water coolers in facilities throughout the Lower Mainland Health Authorities and encouraging a return to tap water.

  • Zero waste questions, asked and linked to here.

  • This resource provides Biomedical Waste Signage in PDF format as reference. Feel free to download documents from links (for FH employees only) or the attachments below (all Health Authority employees).

  • We have 4 different posters that can help improve recycling and waste segregation. Use them in lower mainland hospitals and residential care sites to inform staff and visitors about what can and can't be accepted into recycling bins.

  • Accepted items and signage for the Mixed Paper Stream.

  • Volunteer as a Recycling Champion..

  • Bruce Lanphear, MD, MPH, is a Clinician Scientist at the Child & Family Research Institute, BC Children’s Hospital and Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia.