It’s estimated Canada will produce 63,000 tons of COVID-19 related personal protective equipment waste this year.

Most of it ends up in landfill, but in Exeter, at least some of the PPE waste will not be headed to the dump.

“The things that go in there are masks, face shields, disposable gowns, and latex gloves,” says Eco Exeter member and Grade 9 student at South Huron District secondary school, Emerson Thompson.


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