NoDump ( is a grassroots organization founded by local residents as a direct result of WM’s move to expand the dump. opposes the idea of a “dump” at the present site and generally believes the concept of landfill for waste disposal in Ontario is outdated technology and that other waste disposal methods must now be implemented. 


Richardson Corridor Community Association (RCCA – ) was formed as a community association in response to Waste Management’s proposal for a new landfill on Carp Rd. Members of the RCCA live in West Carleton, on the opposite side of the landfill from Stittsville.


Stittsville Village Association (SVA – ) was founded in 2001 in response to municipal amalgamation to give a voice to the community as it was merged into the new City of Ottawa.  It focuses its considerable energies on actively preserving and enhancing the lifestyle, identity and village character of Stittsville.  The SVA is actively taking part in opposing the application by WM given the direct effects of this proposal on the lives of people in the community.


Moving Mountains ( provides news and information on the Carp Road Landfill.  It is produced by citizens concerned about the environmental and economic damage of the Carp Road Dump on their community and the City of Ottawa.  Follow Moving Mountains at and on Twitter at mmreports.


OttawaLandfillWatch (OLW – ) was founded by long-time Ottawa residents to establish the true picture of the waste management requirements for the City of Ottawa and what alternatives might be available in the short, medium and long terms.  Working from a variety of sources, OLW has developed a long-term, sustainable, waste management plan.


Huntley Manor Community Association is a neighbourhood association committed to actively preserving and promoting the quality of life and the neighbourhood character for all Huntley Manor residents.