Garbage day is changing in Greater Sudbury on Oct. 10, when the city reduces the number of bags you can throw out each week from three to two.
Chantal Mathieu, the city's director of environmental services, said Thursday that with almost 90 per cent of residents already throwing out an average of two bags or less, she's hoping the transition will be smooth for most households.
"I'm not sure it will be all that big of a thing,” Mathieu said. "When council approved it back in July, we did receive a few emails, a few phone calls. But once people were told — especially families with young children — there would be a program set up for them, they were fine." read more >>