Education & Resources

Education is vital to helping us reduce the amount of waste ending up in our landfills. Know any great resources? Let us know!

Tours & Presentations

Tours & Presentations

Good public education is vital to building a Zero Waste community, that’s why we offer tours and presentations free of charge to anyone interested in learning more about recycling! More info.

Recycling Myths

Recycling Myths

There’s many myths about recycling out there – we’ve debunked a few so you know how recycling in the Yukon works! Learn more.

Where Does My Recycling Go?

Where Does My Recycling Go?

We get asked this question a lot. Recycling is a global industry and with markets always changing, the end-markets for Yukon’s recycled materials are a hot topic. Learn more.

Yukon Environmental Training Fund

Yukon Environmental Training Fund

The goal of the YETF is to support training, retraining, upgrading and improving of occupational skills of those employed by Yukon’s environmental groups or individuals working on environmental issues and activities in the Yukon. Learn more.

Zero Waste Yukon

Zero Waste Yukon

Zero Waste Yukon is a not for profit organization created to increase awareness and action in Yukon communities around consumption and disposal of resources. It is a community initiative spearheaded by Raven Recycling, with many stakeholders working together towards Zero Waste goals. More info.

Computers for Schools

Computers for Schools

Computers for Schools Yukon is the Yukon (CFSY) based branch of Computers for Schools, a federal government-led program that collects, repairs, and refurbishes donated surplus computers from government and private sector sources and distributes them free to schools, non-profit organizations and libraries/museums throughout Canada. Learn more.

Did you know?

Cardboard recycled at Raven is shipped to mills in the Pacific Northwest where it is pulped and turned into new cardboard!