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GREEN Program

The ACDQ is proud to present the GREEN Program, the Association’s residual waste management program.

Developed in 2019 with the collaboration of RECYC-QUÉBEC, this program, unique in Canada, aims to guide dental sector professionals in adopting better waste management practices, including source reduction, reuse, recovery and responsible sourcing measures It is the most innovative solution in the healthcare sector.

Phase 3 of the GREEN Program

Over the past few months, RECYC-QUÉBEC and the ACDQ have been focusing on solutions to reduce the use of single-use products while respecting health standards, finding outlets for certain problematic materials, and improving the tools developed following the launch of the program. With once again the collaboration of RECYC-QUÉBEC and the consulting services firm Stratzer, the ACDQ now undertakes an accompaniment and implementation project of eco-responsible solutions within dental clinics.

Here is the information kit designed exclusively for dental clinics, which includes tools adapted to the reality of clinics, in order to help you integrate and manage the GREEN Program. Once you have opened the desired document, press the "Download" button to access the hyperlinks contained in it:

Phase 4 of the GREEN Program

This Green Program project, carried out in collaboration with Stratzer, a consulting firm, is intended to showcase the implementation of eco-responsible solutions in Quebec dental clinics. The aim is to help you reduce the use of single-use products by presenting you with alternatives and identifying the best practices to be implemented in dental clinics.

The participating offices now being selected, the acquired conclusions and learnings will be available at the end of the project that will take place over the next few months. An information kit composed of four documents is already available on our website to get you started.

For more information on the GREEN Program, please contact Francis Brunelle at [email protected], at 514 282-1425 or 1 800 361-3794, extension 318.


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