Boating Ontario Member – Storage, Shrink Wrap Recycling & Electrification Survey 2023

Boating Ontario

Feb 3, 2023

This is a reminder to all Boating Ontario Members that the association needs your input.
Boating Ontario is working with the Ministry of Environment Conservation and Parks (MECP) to get a better understanding of your facility’s current requirements and what your requirements will be in the future.

We have put together an extensive survey to help us gather this information.

To efficiently complete this comprehensive survey we would ask you to please take a few minutes before starting this survey to gather the following information.

• Total number of boats stored in 2022.
• Total number of boats stored indoors in 2022.
• Total Sq. ft. of indoor storage available.
• Number of rolls of shrink wrap purchased in 2022.
• Approximately, how many litres of waste oil is collected annually?
• Approximately, how many litres of anti-freeze is collected annually?
• Approximately, how many litres of old/stale fuel is collected annually?
All information is based on your 2022 winterizing season and is strictly confidential.

Boating Ontario would like to thank you for assisting us to better serve you, our valued members.

Boating Ontario members can click here to answer the survey.

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