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"Fairgrounds Public Racket Club Opens Toronto's First Pure-Play Pickleball Racket and Social Club"

Fairgrounds has partnered with Unwasted, a Toronto-based company that turns wasted plastics into functionally beautiful furniture.

Twice - Stewart wolpin
"Unwasted Wants Plastics Out Of The Ocean And On The Patio"

New furniture firm transforms recycled single-use plastics into premium, trendy outdoor furniture.

Breakfast Television
This Toronto Based Company Is Taking a Stand on the Plastics Crisis

CEO of Unwasted. Ashley Gorrie joins BT to talk about her company that creates products using 100% recycled materials, how this process works, and the future plans for the company

The globe and mail - cathy gulli
"...a sustainable future for home goods"

Responsible design and circular materials come together to create the future of home furnishings.

cadillac Fairview X Unwasted
Sorting Station: case study

A case study outlining the collaborative effort between Unwasted and Cadillac Fairview to develop and launch a new series of eco forward dining hall sorting stations.

Cadillac Fairview X Unwasted
Sorting Station

Cadillac Fairview Unveils Low-Waste Sorting Station at CF Lime Ridge to Combat Food Waste. This new sorting station is in collaboration with Unwasted and is the first of its kind to be offered at a Cadillac Fairview shopping centre in Ontario.

Adrian Midwood.
Our Planet, Our Choices, Our Future.

Almost everyone knows plastic pollution is killing our planet. How does one person become the solution? Adrian Midwood believes it's the small things that make the difference. We call the shots with our daily choices. Learn how our collective baby steps can become the wave of change needed to reduce "our everything footprint." The best news? "You don't need to quit your job, start an NGO, or re-invent waste management systems” to create meaningful change. Boat Captain, and Executive Director, Plastic Oceans Canada Adrian Midwood raises awareness of the plastic crisis on a large scale, and empowers individuals and businesses to be a part of the global solution.

Andrew Forrest.
A radical plan to end plastic waste.

Plastic is an incredible substance for the economy - and the worst substance possible for the environment, says entrepreneur Andrew Forrest. In a conversation meant to spark debate, Forrest and head of TED Chris Anderson discuss an ambitious plan to get the world's biggest companies to fund an environmental revolution - and transition industry towards getting all of its plastic from recycled materials, not from fossil fuels.

National Geographic.
Plastics 101.

Once a completely natural product, much of today's plastic is man-made and largely dependent upon fossil fuels. From polymers to nurdles, learn how plastic is created and what we can do to slow the lasting repercussions this material will have on both our planet and our lives.