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Families enjoy an Ecowaste open house
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Ecowaste invited everyone to their open house this September.
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Ecowaste plans next steps after being pulled out of ALR
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Christian Dietrich, EcoWaste vice-president of recycling and waste services, recently met with city staff to look at next steps for its east Richmond landfill.
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150 acres of Richmond farmland removed from ALR for landfill, recycling operations
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Ecowaste would have shut down its operations within a couple years without this decision from the province.
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EcoWaste landfill removed from ALR
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The Province is removing Richmond’s Ecowaste landfill from the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR), allowing the company to move forward with a new recycling facility for housing construction waste.
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A Recycling Champion Working Towards a Sustainable Future
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Ecowaste is recognized in the recent issue of Environmental Excellence in B.C.
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Waste Management Association of British Columbia Environmetal Awareness Award – Ecowaste Industries
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Ecowaste receives an Environmental Awareness Award from the 3rd Annual WMABC Member Recognition Awards.
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Ecowaste’s investment in wood processing line creates market for C&D materials
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Ecowaste makes investment to divert C&D wood waste away from landfilling.
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Ecowaste is growing beyond the C&D landfill
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Taking it one step at a time in transitioning from a landfill business to a recycling business.
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Mini MRF
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Ecowaste is excited to announce the opening of our Wood Processing Facility at the Ecowaste Landfill site. This facility is designed to convert dimensional lumber, pallets, dunnage and other clean wood materials into biomass and alternative fuels.
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Grand Opening August 2019
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We are excited to announce Spruce Street transfer station will officially open on August 1, 2019. At the end of 2018, Ecowaste Industries Ltd. acquired the operating assets and facilities of Urban Wood Recycling and Smithers Enterprises...
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