Entries by Green Coast Rubbish

Spotlight on Josh Earle, Globetrotter and Former Team Member

Today we are introducing a former Green Coast Rubbish team member, Josh Earle, a fun loving and interesting guy who we’d love to have back (hint hint) and someone who really embraced the Green Coast spirit when he was working here. We asked Josh our spotlight interview questions and learned about his globetrotting lifestyle, obsession with skiing and that he loves his Ramen noodles. Check out what we found out!

Green Coast in Action: The BDC Office Move

Green Coast Rubbish is at the top of its game when it comes to supporting commercial client moves by providing recycling, repurposing and waste removal services – the latest being a project for the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC). This particular project involved transforming a recently fully functional office that occupied 2 floors of the Bentall Centre back to a pre-lease state.

Green Coast Rocks the Lynn Valley Parade of Trees

Green Coast Rubbish is excited to participate again this year as a sponsor in the very popular and festive 2021 Parade of Trees in Lynn Valley. As the team began to prepare for the event, they realized the decorations had been lost in the recent move of the business to Deep Cove! Find out their solution in this year’s holiday blog.

Transit Friendly Holiday Events in Metro Vancouver

With the holiday season upon us, Vancouverites are looking forward to visiting many wonderful holiday events and attractions around the city. However, that often means driving long distances, contributing to traffic jams and parking nightmares at the venue – not to mention harmful emissions and wasting fuel. With that said, Green Coast Rubbish would like to recommend the following picks for fun and transit-friendly holiday events in Metro Vancouver for 2021 within this blog.

Back to School Recycling Tips

Children are now back to school and starting their fall extracurricular activities after a summer of fun!  At this time of year, families are out madly shopping for clothes, backpacks, school supplies, electronics, sports equipment, art supplies, etc. – and that means a whole lot of recycling will be needed to clear out the old stuff. In this blog, Green Coast Rubbish is sharing back-to-school recycling tips to make life a whole lot easier for parents this fall!