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What You Need to Know About Commercial Junk Removal

What You Need to Know About Commercial Junk Removal

When you want to get rid of junk at home, there are several different ways to go about sustainably disposing of, or re-purposing the material. You can put old items up for sale, recycle or compost them, pass them on to relatives or call a junk removal […]

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How to Sort Recycling at Home: Compost, Glass, Paper, and Plastic

How to Sort Recycling at Home: Compost, Glass, Paper, and Plastic

The concept is fairly simple: not everything is garbage. However, it can still be a challenge to organize your home and disposal system. Once you have a clear recycling system in place, however, you will soon notice that the entire process becomes much easier to manage. In […]

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How to Make a DIY Compost Bin at Home

How to Make a DIY Compost Bin at Home

If you live in the Metro Vancouver area, you should have a complimentary green bin to accompany your garbage bin. Your green bin is used for all of your composting needs. However, if you want to have a separate composting bin for your garden, or for your […]

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Green Cleaning Hacks and Tips

Green Cleaning Hacks and Tips

When it comes to indoor cleaning, you want to be sure you are using the healthiest products for both you and your family. Gone are the days of harsh chemicals and bleach in your arsenal of cleaning supplies. You want to be sure you’re not breathing in […]

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Sustainable Home Design Ideas

Sustainable Home Design Ideas

Sustainable homes benefit both the environment and your budget. It is only in recent years that sustainable home designs have become available to the public, for a reasonable price. You do not have to fully renovate your home to improve its sustainability. There are several smaller changes […]

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Tips and Tricks for Composting in Vancouver

Tips and Tricks for Composting in Vancouver

The City of Vancouver and Metro Vancouver banned all food scraps from the garbage back in 2015. Your food isn’t garbage and organic waste must be separated and recycled. Stats on the City of Vancouver website state, food scraps make up 40 percent of the garbage going […]

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One to Watch: the North Shore’s Repurpose Drives Upcycling

One to Watch: the North Shore’s Repurpose Drives Upcycling

Green Coast Rubbish loves to talk about local companies who will go above and beyond when it comes to environmental responsibility. Today we would like to introduce you to a relatively new company on the North Shore –  Repurpose – which has a focus on waste diversion […]

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Introducing Our Newest Team Member!

Introducing Our Newest Team Member!

Green Coast Rubbish is delighted to introduce our newest team member, Administrative Assistant Colleen Fish. Colleen’s role will focus on enhancing client experiences while supporting our team. She’ll also be working alongside President & CEO Eamonn Duignan in an effort to contribute to the growth of Green Coast […]

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Green Coast in Action: Monster Deck Demolition

Green Coast in Action: Monster Deck Demolition

There are few worse things to hear as a homeowner than the news that your monster deck is rotten and needs to be replaced. First, it’s a safety hazard and you can’t use it that way. Second, it’s a big ticket item to replace. And third, the […]

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Green Coast Wins the BBB Torch Award for Community Excellence

Green Coast Wins the BBB Torch Award for Community Excellence

Green Coast Rubbish is delighted to have been awarded the 2017 BBB Torch Award for Community Excellence. Community goes to the heart of everything we do at Green Coast Rubbish. We strive to create healthier and greener communities by diverting waste away from landfills in our day […]

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