Eamonn Duignan, President & CEO of the award-winning organization Green Coast Rubbish, recently appeared on the IMPACT podcast series hosted by Nigel Bennett and Devon Kenzo. Check out his podcast interview within our blog!
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Every holiday season we give and receive more gifts than we really need. This year, the Green Coast team would like you to consider giving the gift of a donation to charity to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable families or individuals. Check out these nine Holiday Giving Ideas for inspiration!
Green Coast Rubbish President & CEO Eamonn Duignan was recently interviewed about his company and all things green!
Green Coast Rubbish is honoured to be featured again in this month’s Lonsdale Avenue magazine! Check out the article and to learn even more about our waste disposal bin and recycling tote rentals, visit our website.
From time to time, we like to highlight companies that we admire for their outstanding commitment to the environment in our One to Watch series. With that being said, we’d like to introduce you to Northwest Hydraulic Consultants – a company that we have personally worked with for years, and whose employees are making an impact in communities across BC, Canada and the world.
Late last year, Vancity reached out and asked if we had any interest in shooting a commercial for an upcoming media campaign that featured a few local businesses.
Green Coast Rubbish received a most unusual request from one of our community partners – Shelter to Home – during the month of May. This request would transform our operation into a “moving business” for the day to assist Shelter in Home in helping a single mom in a desperate situation.
As we continue to adjust to the new normal during Phase 2 of the COVID-19 health crisis, getting outdoors to explore local parks and trails is an excellent way to destress and get some exercise – as long as it’s done responsibly. Some parks are open for day use, while other popular parks in the Lower Mainland that have not reopened. Be sure to check before you trek! With that in mind, the Green Coast team is here to share our recommendations for favourite trails and parks in the Metro Vancouver area!