Fresh off launching a libel suit against The Toronto Star, the city is "re-introducing" it's green bin program. OK - technically, it's a city official who is suing the paper. If you believe that, maybe you'd like to buy some investments from Bernie Madoff?
Our cash-strapped municipality has sprung for full-page ads in local papers. For example, see The Mirror dated August 28th.
So the city needs to reintroduce the bins? I don't think most people need that - there are plenty of odorous reminders. Strike or no strike, things can get pretty stinky in Hogtown towards garbage day - given a little heat and a paucity of breeze.
The ads remind people what items should not be placed in the green bins. Among these are:
- dead animals,
- carpets, and
hmm - someone must have gone to a fair bit of effort to fit a carpet of any size in a green bin.
Now - dead animals - why not? They are completely organic.