On Friday 17 February about 40 people, mostly members at West End, visited the Edmonton Waste Management Centre, at Aurum Road just of the northeast leg of the Anthony Henday. The Centre occupies 200 hectares of land and employs about 500 people. It handles all waste from the people of Edmonton, about 4500 truckloads per week. The Centre takes pride in being mostly self-sustainable, and changes whatever it can into useful and saleable products.
Scroll down for some pictures of what the people on the two-hour tour were able to see. The last image shows the coffee roasting machine at the Iconoclast Koffiehuis where the group relaxed for a while with coffee, cake, and cookies after the tour.