Get Involved | Circular Economy Month | Waste Reduction Week in Canada

Get Involved

Promotional Resources

Assets and graphics to support Circular Economy Month & Waste Reduction Week in Canada communications are now available for download. Please refer to our guidelines prior to using the program logo and collateral. We encourage you to check back throughout September and October for additional assets and resources as they become available.


This year we once again ask communities, businesses, schools, and individuals from across Canada to renew their commitment and celebrate sustainability by proclaiming Oct. 1 - 31, 2022 as Circular Economy Month in Canada. Waste Reduction Week continues during the third week of the scheduled programming.

Register an Event

Organizing an event during Circular Economy Month in Canada is an excellent way to engage your community, workplace, or school in the circular economy. Don't forget to register your event online so we can help with promotion!


Join the conversation on social media using the program hashtags #CircularEconomyMonth and #WasteReductionWeek. Share new ideas, tips, stories, and pictures of waste reduction and circular economy in action.


Circular Innovation Council partners with organizations whose values, interests, and commitments align with the Circular Economy Month & Waste Reduction Week in Canada program. For inquiries, please contact and download the 2023 Sponsorship Package.

Light a local landmark

Last year, 38 landmarks across Canada were lit blue and green for Waste Reduction Week. We encourage communities to create awareness by lighting a local landmark or building blue and green for this year's Circular Economy Month & Waste Reduction Week.

Register your lighting at!


Visit our themed resources to learn more about the circular economy and waste reduction. Stay tuned for exciting new resources being launched during the campaign!

Take the Food Waste Pledge

Commit and improve meal planning, and make sure nothing is left to waste on our plates or in our fridges. You can take the Food Waste Pledge as an individual, school, business/organization, household, or community.