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Mississauga Living Green. Environmental protection, environmental responsibilities, environmental policies, issues and initiatives.
 
 

Let Your Green Show

Let Your Green Show is back this summer to give your car a break. Here’s how it works: Take action. Snap a selfie. Submit it for a chance to win a monthly prize. Turn Peel green.

GIVE YOUR CAR A BREAK. FIND OUT HOW. >

 


 

First Year of Living Green Master Plan Implementation A Success

The Living Green Master Plan is Mississauga's first environmental master plan. The first year of implementation has been a success with 65 per cent of the actions well underway. Mississauga has set an example, encouraged others and compelled others to "live green" in Mississauga.

LEARN MORE > DOWNLOAD THE MASTERPLAN (PDF) > ABOUT THE PLAN


 

City's Plan on Energy Conservation for the Next Five Years

The 5 Year Energy Conservation Plan shows the City's leadership in creating a culture of energy conservation. The plan highlights the steps the City has taken to become energy efficient over the past 10 years and the positive impact it's had on Mississauga. It also looks forward to what's planned for the next five years.

LEARN MORE > DOWNLOAD THE 5 YEAR ENERY CONSERVATION PLAN (PDF) > DOWNLOAD THE 2012 ENERGY AND GHG EMISSIONS REPORT (PDF) >


 

Protecting Our Water

All Mississauga residents share a responsibility for conserving water and preventing water pollution from impacting Lake Ontario. The City of Mississauga is responsible for storm water management and local watercourses within city limits.

DRAINAGE AND FLOODING INFO > YELLOW FISH ROAD PROGRAM >
EVIRONMENTAL SPILLS & EMERGENCIES >


 

Air Quality

Protecting and improving local air quality in Mississauga is an important environmental service. We're committed to doing our part to help residents breathe easier by taking action to improve air quality.

LEARN MORE > BE IDLE-FREE AND SAVE > INDOOR WOOD BURNING >


 

Sustainable Transportation

We're working to develop a transit-oriented city by providing affordable and convenient public transit, encouraging carpooling and promoting active transportation options such as walking and cycling. There are several initiatives underway to help you take action on air quality, climate change and traffic congestion.

MOVING MISSISSAUGA > AUTOSHARE MISSISSAUGA >
SMART COMMUTE MISSISSAUGA >


 

Going Green for Energy

Energy conservation and reducing our electricity-related emissions footprint is part of our DNA. Through our successful Energy Management Program, our Facilities and Property Management Division monitors how the City uses energy and looks for cost-effective ways to conserve.

LEARN MORE >ENERGY SAVING TIPS FOR HOME >


 

 

 

 
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