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Without question, winter salt helps keep our roads, parking lots, and pathways clear of snow and ice.

However, as populations, traffic, and infrastructure grow, so does our reliance on salt – which isn't necessarily a good thing. Salt damage costs us all. It can damage our footwear, cars, buildings, plants, wildlife and water.

It is possible to stay safe this winter and minimize the impact of salt on the environment.

We all have a role to play in reducing the amount of salt we use - governments, organizations/non-residential property owners, snow and ice removal contractors, and residents.

Our members are committed to maintaining safe winter conditions with less salt-related damage.

Operator Training Schedule

23 Sep 2014 8:30 AM • Holly Community Centre, 171 Mapleton Avenue, Barrie, ON
30 Sep 2014 8:30 AM • 3889 Rideau Valley Drive | Manotick | ON | K4M 1A5 |
02 Oct 2014 8:30 AM • Maple Grove Ops Centre | 100 Maple Grove Road | Cambridge | ON | N3H 4R7

Facility Manager Training Schedule

09 Sep 2014 8:30 AM • T.B. Costain/SC Johnson Community Center | 16 Morrell Street | Brantford | N3T 4J2
16 Sep 2014 8:30 AM • Newmarket Community Centre | 200 Doug Duncan Drive | Newmarket | ON |
24 Sep 2014 8:30 AM • Holly Community Centre, 171 Mapleton Avenue, Barrie, ON

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