THE SECOND EDITION OF THEZero Waste Festival in Montreal

3-4 november 2018 at Marché Bonsecours

Zero waste festival program

At the Montreal Zero Waste Festival (ZWF or Festival Zéro Déchet - FZD), you will explore sustainable consumption, composting, minimalism, ecology and many others themes throughout 20 presentations and panel discussions, and a fair featuring more than 70 exhibitors.

We want to share information and solutions with all festival-goers, whether they’re already familiar the zero waste lifestyle or simply curious about what it involves. The diversity of our contributors and themes demonstrates how we can all contribute to a better world by changing one thing at a time.

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Join the Zero Waste Festival team

You want to be involved in the ZWF ? There’s nothing simpler, please go to the "participate in the zero waste festival" section. We’ll be glad to welcome you!

In Québec,
we produce in average 724kg of waste per year and per inhabitant

About the Zero Waste Festival

Who is behind the festival ? The Association québécoise Zéro Déchet, and a fully motivated team of committed citizens who work together to prepare a not-to-be-missed event! 

The first edition, in 2017, was a huge success, with 7 000 visitors, and many actions taken towards a zero waste lifestyle !

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The Festival at the téléjournal
The Festival at the téléjournalJul 9, 2018
On July 9th, we were at the Téléjournal 18h of Radio-Canada to talk about SOLUTIONS in regards to our plastic dependance. Read more >>
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A non-profit organization behind the Festival INFORM - EDUCATE - SENSITIZE - SHARE

The Zero Waste Festival is organized by Association québécoise Zéro Déchet (AQZD). Its mission? To alert and inspire citizens, governments, companies and regional groups to the many benefits of the zero waste movement for the environment, health and Quebec society. The organization is committed to providing people with tools and helping them take action in order to initiate the change. 

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