The Regional Municipality of Durham (Region) is seeking volunteers, from within the region, for a two-year term (2019 to 2020) position on the Energy from Waste-Waste Management Advisory Committee (EFWWMAC). The committee is comprised of nine residents from across the region. Four committee members must live in the Municipality of Clarington and are appointed by Clarington Council. The other five committee members must live within Durham Region, but outside of the Municipality of Clarington, and are appointed by Durham Regional Council. The available positions are for the Region of Durham’s appointed members. Interested Clarington residents, should contact the Municipality of Clarington.

About the EFW-WMAC
The EFW-WMAC will meet on a quarterly basis and act in an advisory role to the Region’s Works Committee on issues or concerns which arise with waste diversion, waste management, or environmental performance and monitoring of the Durham York Energy Centre (DYEC). The Terms of Reference for this committee can be viewed at It is anticipated that the meetings will be held on the fourth Tuesday of February, May, September and November in 2019 but may be subject to change.

How To Apply
Interested residents who reside in the Region, but outside of Clarington, must provide a detailed resume with a cover letter outlining their interest and their qualifications. Information on why they should be selected for membership, detailing their knowledge of waste management practices and EFW process should be included in the submission. Previous participation or experiences with committees/working groups will be considered an asset.

Submission Deadline Submissions must be received by 5 p.m. on Friday, January 11, 2019. Please send resume and detailed covering letter to: Melodee Smart, Administrative Assistant The Regional Municipality of Durham, Works Department 605 Rossland Road East, Whitby, Ontario L1N 6A3 Email: Fax: 905-668-2051